Differing Opinions on Gluten Analysis Research

Recently an article was published in the American Journal of Nutrition detailing the gluten content of a variety of different gluten-free foods available for sale across several European countries. Reassuringly, the study found that the overwhelming majority of products available were not only below the Codex Alimentarius guidelines of 20ppm or less detectable gluten, but […]

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A Long Overdue Update!

Oh goodness. Happy 2013 everyone! It’s been quite some time since we’ve updated here, and it’s hard to believe we’re already in 2013. There are some exciting things underway for GlutenTox this year, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted about those as they arise. For now, though, we want to shed a little […]

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GlutenTox Home via Military Mail

If you’ve tried to ship GlutenTox Home to an address that is not in the 50 United States, you may have noticed that it isn’t possible via our online shopping cart. Those of our customers who are located in Canada or Puerto Rico, or have an APO / Military Mail address only, never fear! We […]

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GlutenTox Tests Margarine for Contaminating Gluten

If you live with gluten-full people, you have probably seen your fair share of contaminating gluten crumbs. Is it the jam? Peanut Butter? Margarine? If your housemates or loved ones double dipped their knives in the spread, chances are, at least a crumb or two settled in. Sometimes you may notice the contamination immediately, but […]

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Meet Emport: Introducing Our Intern, Ruthie

Hi! My name is Ruthie and I’ve been working at Emport for a few weeks now. I just started my senior year at Carnegie Mellon University where I’m studying Decision Science (Economics & Psychology) and Global Studies. Here at Emport, I have been working as the business development and marketing intern. I’m happy to join […]

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Stuffed Pepper Tests Lemon Rind for Residual Gluten

There are so many places that gluten can hide! Sometimes things once thought to be off-limits (like the gluten from envelopes and stamps) can turn out to be safe. Other times, something that we always considered safe can wind up being a source of contamination. Intrepid blogger Heather over at Stuffed Pepper had some questions […]

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Phones Down

A quick apology to anyone trying to reach us by phone! We hope to have our line up and running as soon as possible, however at the moment it is going straight to voicemail. In the meantime, the best way to reach us is via email: info@emportllc.com.

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Meet Emport: Introducing Susan

If you call in to our Pittsburgh office, you just might get Susan on the other end of the line. So that you know who’s answering your questions, here’s a quick introduction to our Susan-of-all-trades, in her own words: I’ve been working for Emport for a couple months now, and wanted to take a moment […]

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