FDA issues gluten-free food labeling rules

08/5/2013 | FoodSafetyNews.com

Rules defining "gluten-free" foods were released Friday by the FDA, which comes nine years after Congress asked the agency for a universal definition of "gluten free" and six years after a proposed definition was published. Foods marketed as gluten free should have a gluten limit of less than 20 parts per million. Foods labeled "no gluten," "without gluten" or "free of gluten" are also covered by the rule.

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