Gluten-free grocery shopping can be difficult, especially now that many stores have replaced their paper and plastic bags with bread bowls. Give your meals their own supermarket with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for $50 worth of gluten-free food and products
- $39 for $85 worth of gluten-free food and products, including free shipping
Follow recipes from Living Gluten Free for Dummies ($19.99) and snack carefree on gluten-free products such as Cinnamon Chex ($4.39), Nature Valley Roasted Nut Crunch bars ($4.09), and Betty Crocker brownie mix ($5.39). Purchasers of the $85 Groupon will receive free shipping.
Although it's a naturally occurring protein in certain grains, gluten can create problems for many people. Some are just sensitive to it, whereas others suffer from celiac disease, a digestive autoimmune disorder in which eating gluten can cause damage to the small intestine. These conditions necessitate a gluten-free lifestyle, which is why General Mills created GlutenFreely.com. More than 500 gluten-free products stock the website's virtual shelves, including General Mills breakfast cereals, Orgran all-purpose flour, and enough snacks to stop a stampeding kindergarten class in its tracks. Additionally, GlutenFreely.com keeps gluten out of more than just diets by selling gluten-free health and beauty items such as sunscreen and shampoo.
GlutenFreely.com also hosts a wealth of information that helps individuals, families, and their supportive stuffed animals keep gluten-free lifestyles. Online visitors can look up recipes, learn how to parent a child with celiac disease, or even browse answers from medical professionals to frequently asked questions with the site's Ask a Doc series. In the community section, bloggers—including talk-show host Elisabeth Hasselbeck—discuss how they stay gluten-free in their own lives. And to ensure customers have access to the best products and information, GlutenFreely.com is affiliated with the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center and the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research.