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You can sample hundreds of gluten-free products at this MASSIVE food expo in Vancouver

Sample, shop, and save on hundreds of gluten-free products at this year’s Gluten Free Expo, January 11 - 12 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
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Going “gluten-free” isn’t nearly the challenge it used to be.

Once a niche dietary restriction, gluten-free products now make regular appearances in refrigerators and restaurant menus across Canada. That’s likely because “gluten-free” remains one of the fastest-growing food categories in the country. In fact, a recent study suggests that one-third of Canadians look for gluten-free products on grocery store shelves.

With that in mind, it’s no wonder that Gluten Free Expo, which started in a small community centre gymnasium in B.C., has now grown into the largest gluten-free event in Canada, taking place this year on January 11 and 12 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

The Gluten Free Expo showcases hundreds of gluten-free food products, with information sessions and workshops hosted by leading food experts, including registered dietitians, doctors, and chefs. As always, the annual event will offer exclusive deals and savings on gluten-free products, including new gluten-free pasta and pizza, plus hundreds of free samples for you and your family to enjoy.

You can enter for a chance to win VIP Gluten Free Expo package valued at over $400 by entering via the form below. The contest closes on January 9, 2020. The grand prize includes a $200 Save on Foods Gift Card, plus 2 VIP Gluten Free Expo tickets, which include VIP lounge access and a goodie bag featuring this year’s best gluten-free products.

 

The Gluten Free Expo aims to help those living with a gluten intolerance discover new dietary solutions, connect with others in the Gluten-Free community, and to provide education on living gluten-free in the most accessible way possible. This year’s event will also collect gluten-free food donations so gluten intolerant families needing assistance will never have to sacrifice health for grocery store savings again. 

To learn more, visit glutenfreeexpo.ca

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