Activists Protest Delayed Gluten-Free Label Standard

The Food and Drug Administration has dragged its feet in setting a standard for gluten-free foods, say activists who today are assembling a one-ton, 15-foot-high gluten-free cake symbolizing how much their lives depend upon strictly avoiding a protein found in most bakery goods, pasta, beer and even some cold cuts and salad dressings. Organizers of the Gluten-Free Food Labeling Summit in Washington, D.C., want the baked behemoth, assembled by volunteers from 180 half-sheet cakes made with...Full Story
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