GIG Chef to Plate Awareness Campaign

http://www.gluten.net/images/chef-to-plate.jpg Chef  to Plate National Awareness Campaign

Celebrating Restaurants Serving Up Gluten-Free Awareness
May 3, 2009

Endorsed by:
GlutenFree Passport      www.glutenfreepassport.com
Gluten-Free on the Go   www.gluten-free-onthego.com

Participating Restaurants – Watch for listing

GIG launches a national awareness campaign for gluten-free living, through the restaurants that support persons living with gluten intolerances.

Why: To provide support of those restaurants with gluten-free menus and spread awareness of celiac disease and other forms of gluten intolerances, the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America celebrate those restaurants and spread awareness of gluten-free living through the national awareness program “Chef to Plate – Celebrating Restaurants Serving Up Gluten-Free Awareness”

“Helping Hands to Provide Peace of Mind” is a grass roots effort to support persons living with gluten intolerances through GIG’s various programs and activities. Grassroots efforts to spread awareness can accomplish a lot with minimal financial resources.

Campaign Goals:

  • Spread national awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance conditions during May, Celiac Awareness Month
  • Spread recognition and awareness of restaurants with gluten-free menu options
  • Bring Peace of Mind to persons with gluten intolerances when dining out
  • Joining of restaurants across the country in a day of awareness

Who: Restaurants with gluten-free menus will be able to participate.

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2 Responses to GIG Chef to Plate Awareness Campaign

  1. hi! just wanted to mention that I’m doing a post about favorite gluten free food products on absolutely not martha. I’d LOVE to hear what yours is–just leave me a comment (if you haven’t already).

  2. thanks, cassandra, for your gf fave–we’ll have to try those!

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