Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
GlutenFreeLabels.com is excited to offer the gluten free community additional gluten free labeling tools to implement in the home environment and beyond. Recently launched, the All Labels Package provides gluten free eaters with an easy, effective way to protect the safety and sanctity of all gluten free foods and items. What’s more, tucked inside the All Labels Package, gluten free enthusiasts will find some simple and special, newly added labels – the Do Not Eat labels.
“These Do Not Eat labels were created at the request of many and are our newest label,” says Kelly LeDonni, the founder of GlutenFreeLabels.com. “They are great to alert others of what is not gluten free. For example, stick these on the top of containers that contain glutenous foods or on items that may have traces of gluten left behind, including condiments and cutting boards. Plus, they are good to display on non-gluten free foods that others bring to our house for our non gluten free family members.”
What’s the scoop on the All Labels Package?
The All Labels Package comes complete with the same selection of gluten free labels offered in the comprehensive Gluten Free Starter Kit, including 8 circular labels, 12 mini labels, and 2 customizable, writable labels – all dishwasher safe. Also included are 35 petite gluten free labels and 8 of the freshly introduced Do Not Eat labels, rendering this package chock full of gluten free labeling goodness.
Illegible gluten free labels? Frequent mix-ups and gluten cross contamination incidents? No more. GlutenFreeLabels.com was created to help protect gluten free contents and materials in an effective, convenient way. Use these gluten free branded tools to introduce organization and harmony back into the home. Clearly and confidently inform others of gluten restrictions to keep cross contamination risks at bay. The GlutenFreeLabels.com mission is to help those on a gluten free diet plan create a functionally safe and sound gluten free lifestyle in the home and elsewhere. Find out more at glutenfreelabels.com