Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Info on being gluten-free in Italy


Here are the links on being gluten-free in Italy:

      • Associazione Italiana Celiachia (Italian Celiac Association) – Mainly in Italian with the following pages in English
        • 89.24.24 – "Thanks to a partnership agreement with Gruppo Seat Pagine Gialle, which specializes in multimedial communications, it is possible to receive swift, precise, up-to-date and reliable answers – also in English - to queries about venues and restaurants throughout Italy which are informed and monitored by the AIC (Associazione Italiana Celiachia – Italian Celiac Association) that serve gluten-free food." – In English, Italian
        • Vademecum for the celiac voyager
      • Società VegetarianaIn Italian Only  – Source: web site – "è una associazione di cultura vegan"
      • VAVIIn Italian Only – Source: vegetariani.it
      • X – "" – "" – Source: X – "" 
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      That's it for Tuesday, 29 May 2007: martedì, 29 maggio 2007.

      Ciao, Ben

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      Francesca said...

      Hi, this post is very useful!
      The translation of "gallina vecchia fa buon brodo" make me laught a lot! :)

      I'd like you to inform that there's a new website with information, recipes, blog, cartoons and a lot of italian gluten free fresh and hand-crafted foods: http://www.celiachiamo.com

      Ciao e grazie, questo blog è una bella scoperta! :)

      Anonymous said...

      Thank you, so much! I am new to gluten-free diet and am happy to see all this information. I really want to travel Europe, particular in France and Italy, and I see it is very possible to go gluten-free.

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