Gluten-Free New England Serves Up 3rd Connecticut Expo

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Region's premier gluten-free resource brings local businesses and national brands to Oakdale Theatre

Gluten-Free New England, LLC is delighted to present their third and largest expo on Sunday, April 28nd, 2019, 9:30am-3:30pm at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT. The event includes 70 gluten-free vendors, food trucks, cooking demos and educational seminars. Gluten-Free New England operates and is the region’s leading resource for healthy gluten-free living.

Attendees should come hungry to take advantage of free samples and food for purchase from local gluten-free bakeries, restaurants, artisans and national brands. Local outreach and support organizations will also be represented, along with informational seminars and cooking demos, including one for kids presented by an 11-year-old celiac junior chef. Gluten-free food trucks will offer lunch on the outdoor patio, with seating available. Admission to the event includes a reusable shopping bag, entrance to all presentations, and all-you-can-eat samples. Ticket purchase details can be found at

Local resident Abby Helman Kelly originally created Gluten-Free Connecticut in 2016 to help people like herself find the best local gluten-free dining. She expanded into the rest of New England last year with a brand-new website and the domain. “The number of people being diagnosed with celiac disease and other food sensitivities is rising so fast,” she says. “But the good news is that the number of businesses working to accommodate them is growing, too, and we bring everyone together. We’re making New England wicked gluten free!”

Gluten-Free New England offers restaurant and product reviews, a dining directory, blogs, news, personal stories, and outreach/support. Community forums will be added this summer and another large-scale expo is scheduled for 10/27/19 in Burlington, MA. For more information contact: Abby Helman Kelly (860)836-5041, abby(at)wickedglutenfree(dot)com

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