Gluten Free Labels are a MUST for a shared kitchen and can help you prevent unfortunate cross-contamination issues from occurring. They would have been a Godsend when I was in college sharing a kitchen with my roommates, but it’s better late than never, right?
When it comes to hosting a gluten free holiday gathering, participating in a work function or even living in a non-dedicated GF house, Gluten Free Labels are one of the handiest things to have in your gluten free arsenal.
[Boll Weevil 53] takes all the precautions to keep you safe including these cute little labels from Gluten Free Labels. The labels give you the 100% good to go [signal] to make sure there was no confusion from the cook to the server.
My favorite product is the gluten free toothpick. I have used these toothpicks so many times at parties and dinners with my friends. I can easily flag what is gluten free so those of us with gluten sensitivities know what they can and cannot eat, and so that others are aware and don’t cross contaminate.
I no longer need to schlep my tasty treats with self-conscious gluten-free designation done with blue painters tape and sharpie marker. Cute tooth picks and pan tags bring my gluten-free fare out of the closet for potlucks and block parties!
[Gluten Free Labels] are great because you can hang them anywhere and on anything, but they are also dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Help stop cross contamination in your home or kitchen with these handy dandy, colorful labels.
About Kelly LeDonni, Founder
Entrepreneur, stay at home mom and gluten free eater Kelly LeDonni started Gluten Free Labels after struggling to organize her own gluten free home. Realizing her own level of gluten sensitivity did not allow for any cross-contamination, Kelly came up with Gluten Free Labels. See why Gluten Free Labels are simply the best way to make your gluten free kitchen safer, neater, better.
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