• Gluten free expo 2019
    Blog,  Diet,  Gluten-free,  Health,  Nutrition

    Gluten Free Expo 2019

    Once again I had the good fortune of being invited to attend the Gluten Free Expo 2019, an annual event organised by Coeliac Australia in all major cities across the country. The expo This event aims to educate people, particularly those with Coeliac Disease and gluten intolerance, on how to navigate a gluten-free diet. This is achieved via talks, cooking demos and a wide variety of exhibitors who showcase their products. The expo normally takes place on a weekend. The first visitors get a show bag with several products and brochures. Exhibitors have plenty of samples for you to try before you buy, as well as attractive pricing on their…

  • gluten free expo
    Blog,  Festivals & Shows,  Gluten-free

    Gluten Free Expo 2018

    The Gluten Free Expo is an annual event owned and managed by Coeliac Australia with the purpose of showcasing new products in the market. The expo also features cooking demos (sponsored by Coles, education sessions (sponsored by Genius Gluten Free) and more. There are plenty of products to sample at the expo, but in case you’re still hungry, there are also a number of food stalls offering everything from arepas to donuts. Gluten-free regulations are stricter in Australia than other countries. Therefore, it is reassuring for people who need to avoid gluten to know which products meet national standards. This can be particularly important shortly after an allergy/intolerance diagnosis, when…

  • Gluten free expo 2017
    Festivals & Shows,  Food

    Gluten Free Expo 2017

    Last weekend I attended the Gluten Free Expo 2017, organised by Coeliac Australia. It was my first time there, and I found it really valuable to get to know which brands I can use and recommend to my clients who have CD or an intolerance to gluten. Talks and demos There were two stages were the event sponsors (Coles and others) ran cooking demos and talks for the audience. Bread It was really good to find out that gluten free bread is getting better and better. There are a few brands out there that are producing non-cakey, non-crumpety bread that are worth checking out: Schär with really good European-style breads,…