It’s important to have confidence in your quality control plan. Maybe you’re training new employees on gluten testing. Maybe you’ve gotten some unexpected results while running routine tests. Maybe you want to ensure that your test kit and testing environment haven’t been contaminated with gluten. What can you do to assure that your results are […]
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An easy demonstration of gluten contamination for the School Science Fair If you have a celiac person living in your house alongside “gluten-eaters”, does he or she have their own special jars of condiments and dips? We bet they do! After all, the knives and spoons used to spread jam or mayo on bread, or the […]
It’s the beginning of the school year and time to find a fun experiment for the Science Fair! Science Fairs are a great way for your child to explore their world, especially when their project involves something that affects them directly. It’s also a great way for your child to reach out to their classmates […]
Our good friends at Le Gluten en Moins put together this great infographic on testing with our GlutenTox Home kit. Want to stay assured of keeping gluten free in your own kitchen? Our GlutenTox Home kits are available in 2-, 5- and 10-test kits.
There’s been a lot of talk about the FDA’s hesitation in declaring a national standard for what can or can not be considered gluten-free. And it’s true: there’s still no clear indication of what “gluten-free” means when it’s on a label in the supermarket: does the manufacturer test their ingredients? Their final product? Are they […]