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Author's Name: Tiffany Janes (Author's RSS Feed)


Author's Website URL: http://www.glutenfreepromotions.com


About Tiffany Janes: Tiffany is considered a gluten-free advocate as well as the most discriminating gluten-free diner around. Her goal is to help others learn that there is life after a celiac diagnosis. Gluten-free dining and travel are two of her favorite things to do. Tiffany is a contributing writer and the Advertising Manager at "Delight gluten free" magazine. Check out her local blog, Gluten-Free Atlanta, for tips and tricks about living gluten-free in the ATL! Follow Tiffany on Twitter!


Recent Posts by Tiffany Janes:


Sep 30 2011

Gluten-free Market Still Expanding Considerably

The number of gluten-free specialty foods that are available today compared to the offerings back in 2006 is mind-boggling.  The gluten-free market has literally exploded in the last three years in the U.S.  From condensed soups to prepared ready-made pizza crusts and even powdered donuts – there are very few things that there isn’t a […]

Sep 28 2011

Blue Moon Pizza Expands in the Atlanta Market

Blue Moon Pizza serves up some of the best gluten-free pizza in the Southeast.  The company has cross contamination procedures in place in order to keep the gluten-free pizzas safe from the kitchen to the table.  It was actually Anne Steib that clued me in about this great pizza.  She was visiting the area over […]

Sep 26 2011

The Grainless Baker is Now Three Bakers

Back in 2006, I learned about the delicious gluten-free graham crackers from a bakery in PA called The Grainless Baker.  Shortly thereafter, I began ordering more than just crackers from the bakery.  Back then, there was no online ordering so you had to call in your order on the phone. The Grainless Baker makes excellent […]

Sep 23 2011

People Just Don’t “Get It”

I’ve been told more than once that I’m a bit Pollyanna-ish when it comes to living gluten-free. I eat better tasting food – both at and away from my house – than I did when I ate gluten.  We probably travel a little more now than we did before going gluten-free.  My point is that […]

Sep 21 2011

Going to Disney? There’s a Gluten-free App for That!

Even though I’m aware that there is an app for everything under the sun, I only recently got a way to download any of them.  One of the first apps I downloaded was one from Gluten Free Passport.  Even though I’m not a huge fan of Disney (or other places with a zillion hyper kids […]