Celiac sufferer sparks local push for more gluten-free restaurants

A woman in Lyndhurst, N.J., who suffers from celiac disease has won help from the Health Department to encourage more local eateries to offer gluten-free menu options. A handful of local eateries have begun to discover that catering to patrons on gluten-free diets has an upside. "From a business perspective, it's a plus for us because it's become a destination for a lot of people, even people that live quite a distance away that come here because they know they can have breakfast with their whole family," said Rutherford Pancake House owner Spiro Alexander.

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