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Today marks the start of Coeliac Awareness Week for 2019 in the UK. In order to raise awareness of Coeliac disease and the importance of getting tested, Coeliac UK are focusing this year on diagnosis…

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Went We finally got to visit Puglia, in the very south of Italy in April. I’ve been to Italy many, many times over the years (it’s soooo easy for coeliacs to eat there) but this…

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Standing in the queue for an ice cream on a baking hot day at Robin Hill country park, was the last place I’d expect to get a great tip for gluten free fish and chips…

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Went Much like Brexit, I didn’t get very far in March. In fact, I’ve not been any further than London’s Zone 3. We made the most of some sunny weekends by enjoying a few blustery…

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Went February means half term now the kiddos have started school. We managed to book some Avios redemption flights to Lanzarote when they were first released last year and we’ve been looking forward to a…

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Travelling with small kids means wherever we are in the world, we often find ourselves eating in Italian restaurants as the Mini Ds love pizza and pasta…and there’s frequently something suitable (even a salad) for…

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Went We rang in the New Year on the 25th floor of our hotel, the tallest building in Estonia’s beautiful capital, Tallinn whilst watching fireworks erupting across the whole city through increasingly heavy snow falling.…

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Now in their 12th year, the Free From Food Awards celebrate the UK’s very best free from foods. I’ve been honoured to be involved as a judge in these awards for a number of years.…

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Now in their 12th year, the Free From Food Awards celebrate the UK’s very best free from foods. I’ve been honoured to be involved as a judge in these awards for a number of years.…

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In light of the recent tragic case of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse involving Pret in the UK, many in the allergy community have wondered where the labelling of allergens in restaurants will go. You can read more…

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