Survey: 29% of adults want to reduce gluten consumption

03/6/2013 | USA Today

About 30% of U.S. adults want to reduce the amount of gluten they eat or to switch to a gluten-free diet, survey data from NPD Group indicate. While people still eat sandwiches, they are less likely to have bread with a meal and are choosing more gluten-free or wheat-free items when dining out, NPD's Harry Balzer says.

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