Coeliac Disease

How to cater for customers following gluten-free diets

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How to cater for customers following gluten-free diets

By Kathryn Miller

On the first day of Coeliac UK Awareness Week, Coeliac UK's head of food policy Kathryn Miller, outlines the practical steps hospitality operators can take to cater for customers following a gluten-free diet. 

Why you should put gluten-free dishes on your menu

Why you should put gluten-free dishes on your menu

By Michelle Perrett

BigHospitality looks at what restaurants, pubs and hotels can do to ensure they cater for the increasing gluten-free trend and asks whether it makes good business sense to do so. 

Diners want to see a greater variety of gluten-free dishes available

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Diners want more gluten-free options on menus

By Sophie Witts

Operators are at risk of alienating diners by failing to offer an adequate range of gluten-free menu options, according to research commissioned by Aviko in the run up to Coeliac Awareness Week (11-17 May).

The number of diners ordering vegetarian or nut-free dishes has fallen in 2014

Dining trends 2014: more intolerances, fewer vegetarians

By Lauren Houghton

The number of diners reporting lactose or gluten intolerance has risen in 2014, while the number of diners ordering vegetarian or nut-free dishes has fallen, according to data collected by food pre-ordering service TellTheChef.

The new allergen legislation comes into force tomorrow

Allergen regulation: Time’s up

By Melodie Michel

The much-anticipated EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation came into force on 13 December. BigHospitality looks at what is changing, and the impact of the new law on the industry.