Coeliac UK (formerly The Coeliac Society) is a useful place to find more information.
There is a lot of information for coeliacs and people with dermatitis herpetiformis at the following website:
Sainsbury’s can supply a product list of own-label foods suitable for coeliac disease sufferers or for those who need a wheat-free diet. Sainsbury’s Freefrom range: (follow the signposts to healthy eating and food intolerances), endorsed by Allergy UK (see below), is the first specially produced supermarket range of gluten-, wheat- or dairy-free products. The Sainsbury’s website also features about 100 recipes suitable for allergy/intolerance sufferers.
Gluten Free Foods Limited supplies wheat-and gluten-free foods by mail order. Contact them at Unit 270, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue, Elstree, Borehamwood, Herts WD6 3SS (020 8953 4444; fax: 020 8953 8285)
Allergy UK (020 8303 8525) is a medical charity for people with allergies, provides advice and support via its helpline on 020 8303 8583 (9am-9pm, Mon-Fri, 10am-1pm, Sat and Sun) and will send advice booklets to its members on all aspects of allergy; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stamp Collection products are made without wheat and cow’s milk. They contain no added sucrose, are low in sodium, are not irradiated and are made with organic ingredients wherever possible. The website gives information about the products, where to buy them and includes wheat-free/gluten-free and dairy-free recipes.
NB: Recipes on the above sites and in the recommended books have not been tested by Delia Online. The following books, websites and organisations are all invaluable sources of information about wheat- and gluten-free diets.
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