Testing for Gluten Contamination

What we’ve learned from 15 years of testing food for gluten & 8 years running Gluten Free Watchdog

The vast majority of
manufacturers of gluten-free foods are doing it right!

87% of labeled gluten-free foods commissioned for testing through Gluten Free Watchdog test below 5 parts per million of gluten (the lowest level that can be quantified using the R5 ELISA Mendez Method).

96% of labeled gluten-free foods commissioned for
testing through Gluten Free Watchdog test below 20 parts per million of
gluten.

4% of labeled gluten-free foods commissioned for
testing through Gluten Free Watchdog test at or above 20 parts per […]

Morning musings about testing food for gluten & the Nima Sensor

The following is paragraph form of a tweet thread posted by @GFWatchdog to Twitter on March 21, 2019.

A few musings this morning about testing food for gluten & the Nima Sensor. Background, I have been commissioning testing of gluten-free food for about 15 years. Does this make me an expert? No. I am a dietitian fortunate to have learned from the experts—the scientists who specialize in testing food for gluten, including the late Dr. Mendez (you may recognize his […]

Adrian Rogers from Romer Labs presents: Gluten analysis and the challenges of consumer testing devices

June 28, 2018

Adrian generously agreed to allow us to post his slides from yesterday’s Medical Nutrition Practice Group webinar, Gluten analysis and the challenges of consumer testing devices. In this webinar Adrian provides information on:

Gluten Analysis: The challenges
Current Methods of Analysis
Consumer testing devices: Pros and Cons
Gluten Detective : Opinion
Conclusions

If a link to the audio becomes available, it will be posted.

Update: Here is the link to the audio and slides https://eatright.webex.com/eatright/ldr.php?RCID=febe8b09e673ea25bc4505779f32450f 

If you have any questions for […]

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