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Not only is a gluten-free diet necessary for the millions of Americans who rely on it to stay healthy, it's also becoming more of a preference for those who join them while dining out.

Now, about 20 percent of diners seek gluten-free options before making a decision on where to eat. Additionally, 33 percent of U.S. adults say they want to cut down on gluten or avoid the protein all together.

That's a big opportunity for restaurant operators. However, since gluten is found in wheat, barley and rye, incorporating such a platform is tricky and it can be dangerous.

We asked a few experts for their tips on how to get started. We've also broken down some statistics to underscore how big this industry is becoming. Gluten-free has proven to be no passing trend; operators can either watch it continue to grow or join in and truly offer something for everyone.

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Our thanks to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness and Burke, a supplier of gluten-free meats, for their support in creating this infographic.

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User Comments – Give us your opinion!
  • Declan Galvin
    Great infographic, I will definitely share it . Really nice work, big kudos to the person or team responsible. Declan Galvin Account Manger Udi's Gluten Free Foods
  • Sybil Nassau
    Can you offer a printer-friendly version of this so I can get it printed out and give to to local restaurants, it would be a huge help to them! Thanks, Gluten Intolerance Group of ShorelineEast,
  • Stan Skord
    This was so helpful to get me started on the path to adding gluten free to my B and I. I have people here with the disease and eat selectively from my menu. I really would like to have something for them as a meal. I think others who are into thier health may opt to try the food. Others may begin to ask about it. A great time to put out materials for them to do a self-assesment and follow up with a doctor if needed. I look forward to finding good recipes for our cafeteria.
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