The FDA Wants Your Gluten-Free Cookies to Actually Be Gluten-Free
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Group C, and probably group B, aren't going to be affected by a little gluten slipping into gluten-free products -- which can happen if wheat, rye, or barley are used in other products the company is making. But some members in group A could end up with serious cramps and diarrhea.
According to the Boston Globe, the FDA is coming up with new standards for manufacturers labeling their products "gluten-free." The gluten limit the agency is proposing: 20 parts per million, which is as sensitive as current laboratory tests get.