Gluten-Free gluten-free certification program is a set of voluntary certification programs developed and developed by CCA, the Canadian Abdominal Cavity Association.
Through the gluten-free certification of products, use the gluten-free trademark to distinguish gluten-free products.
Gluten allergy: The essence of gluten is a kind of gluten, which is commonly known as gluten allergy when people eat products containing gluten. Products containing gluten mainly include wheat, rye, barley, oats or their hybrid products and derivatives. For most people, gluten is a very common protein, which is easily digested by the gastrointestinal tract and will not cause allergy; However, it is more common in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and other western countries. At present, there is no specific treatment for celiac disease caused by gluten protein, so patients can choose "gluten-free" food in addition to strictly avoiding food containing gluten.
The LOGO with gluten-free certification mark is a sign for the sale of gluten-free food, and is recognized by gluten allergy groups.