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GlutenFreeTravelSite Adds ”Gluten Free Restaurant Menus” Section to Popular Website
Site Now Provides One Central Location Where People On Gluten Free Diets Can Go to Quickly and Easily Access the Gluten-Free Menus of National and Regional Chain Restaurants
South Riding, VA, March 10, 2009 - GlutenFreeTravelSite ( http://www.glutenfreetravelsite.com ) has added a major new section called ”Gluten Free Restaurant Menus” to its website ( http://www.glutenfreetravelsite.com/restaurants ). Designed to help people on gluten-free diets find national and regional restaurants that offer gluten-free items on their menu, this new part of the website also benefits restaurants who have taken the time to accommodate the fast-growing Celiac community.
People with Celiac and others following gluten-free diets have limited options when it comes to dining out and traveling, and they are always on a quest to discover new places to safely dine. Fortunately, there have been many more restaurants that have, over the past few years, recognized the needs of this group and have done a great job developing an extensive range of gluten-free items on their menus.
“This is a huge growth market for restaurants, since more and more people are diagnosed with Celiac Disease each day. Smart restaurant owners are learning it’s a great service - and smart business -- to cater to the growing group of diners following gluten-free diets,” said Karen Broussard, Founder and President of GlutenFreeTravelSite. ”In the competitive restaurant marketplace, which has been especially hard-hit by the down economy, offering a gluten-free menu gives restaurants a strong competitive advantage - and a way to build loyalty among a very receptive clientele.”
The ”Gluten Free Restaurant Menus” section ( http://www.glutenfreetravelsite.com/restaurants ) showcases a listing of restaurants, complete with each restaurant’s gluten-free menu, locations, and other pertinent information. “With the help of GlutenFreeTravelSite.com, gluten-free diners never have to feel limited or deprived when it comes to eating out - whether in their own town or when traveling,” Broussard stated.
Alessio Fasano, M.D., the study’s principal investigator and professor of pediatrics, medicine and physiology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine says, “While the gluten free diet is the cornerstone for an effective and successful treatment of Celiac Disease, its implementation can be challenging, particularly in situations like traveling or dining out, in which patients need to rely on third parties for accurate compliance.”