Traveling gets easier for those on a gluten-free diet

02/19/2014 | USA Today

Traveling does not have to be a hassle for people with celiac disease because airlines, hotels and cruise ships are now offering gluten-free foods. The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on Hawaii island lets guests e-mail or call in gluten-free requests, and its chefs are prepared to make menu items gluten-free by using alternative ingredients, while restaurants across the U.S. and in major foreign cities increasingly offer gluten-free menu items.

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