- The dietary limits imposed by gluten intolerance may be more restrictive than you think.
- The United Nations has declared 2013 as "International Year of Quinoa." This tiny edible seed, which is related to spinach, offers a source of gluten-free protein.
- Researchers have developed a type of canary seed that can be consumed by humans, which fits easily into a gluten-free diet and is safe for people with celiac disease.
- Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center find a connection between elevated levels of gluten antibodies and children with autism.
- Dunkin' Donuts announced that it will offer two new gluten-free items on its menu, making it the first fast food chain to do so.
- A genome analysis confirms that sorghum grain is safe for people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance, and its many health benefits include more antioxidants than blueberries.
- A widely used method of measuring gluten levels is inaccurate – your gluten-free beer might not be as celiac-safe as you thought.
- Dunkin' Donuts, the largest coffee-by-cup retailer in the United States, is reportedly launching a line of gluten-free donut products.
- Recent estimates suggest that the market for gluten-free products has grown by 28 percent between 2008 and 2012 and will reach $4.2 billion this year.