Gluten free app launched for iPhone, iPad & iTouch


Gluten allergies have seemingly increased over the last decade or so. More and more people are experimenting with gluten free diets as a way to avoid the allergy. With the emerging need, various food companies and restaurants have introduced gluten free food products for gluten allergic people. As we know iphone apps are on boom irrespective of industries to provide the easy and simpler way to consumer to reach the information they are looking for. Recently G-Free Foodie, a resource for living Gluten-Free and eating well, has introduced Gluten Free app for iTouch, iPhone and iPad devices. The app is called “Gluten Free Ultimate Solution”.

The Gluten Free Ultimate Solution app makes the life easy for consumers who love to eat outside out but restricted due to gluten allergies. The app provides locations of US Gluten Free Restaurants near the user’s location via GPS and Search Features, and offers hundreds of Gluten Free and GFCF Recipes, many with photos or video.

G-Free Foodie is planning to host its own Gluten Free consumer event on April 30th, 2011 in Central California at Birdstone Winery. The event will educate consumers on gluten free products and highlight Gluten Free foods, products produced in Central California.

Visit G-Free website for more information on Gluten Free Ultimate Solution app and...

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Besides, there is another Gluten Free app called “Gluten Free NYC” was launched in 2010 for those who are living or visiting NYC with a gluten allergy.

The app provides a complete list of what appetizers, entrée, desserts, brunch items, and pre-fixe menu items are safe for consumers to enjoy. The major features are-

  • Over a dozen restaurants with a GF Menu
  • 40+ restaurants that can accommodate GF requests
  • Restaurant contact information, including location, phone number, website, and business hours
  • An Interactive Map
  • Health Food Store Locations
  • Browse through 28 different types of cuisines including Chinese, Italian, and Organic
    Search by Neighborhood or by Cuisine

I am sure people concern with gluten allergy will certainly download the Gluten free apps and enjoy the gluten free dishes in their favorite restaurants.

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Source: Sportstechy

6 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    App-solutely fantastic … sorry, had to say it.

  2. We just launched a free mobile version of our website, GlutenFreeTravelSite ( ). As you may know, our site helps people with Celiac and others following gluten-free diets to find safe places to eat, either in their area or in places they travel. Unlike many “apps” that cost money and need to be downloaded, the mobile version of GlutenFreeTravelSite is absolutely FREE to use and automatically accessible via any smart phone — be it an iPhone, Blackberry, or Android-based phone.

    Visitors accessing our site “on the go” via a smart phone will now have a more user-friendly experience finding “gluten-free friendly” restaurants, grocery stores, bakeries, and hotels/resorts wherever they are. Similar to the experience on GlutenFreeTravelSite, users will be able to search our huge database of gluten-free dining and travel reviews by entering a city/town or zip code. The search results appear on a a Google map, and clicking on any establishment on the list will enable users to link to the review.

    Other key features of the mobile version include GlutenFreeTravelSite’s Gluten Free Restaurant Menus section ( ) which lists national and regional restaurant chains that offer gluten-free menus — and provides direct links to those menus as well as the restaurants’ locations. Users of the mobile version will even be able to visit the site’s Blog, Facebook and Twitter pages, and read the Featured Review of the Month.

    To access the mobile version, users simply enter the regular URL for GlutenFreeTravelSite ( ) into their mobile phone’s browser, and they’ll automatically be routed to the mobile version of the site. More details can be found in our Press Release (

    Thanks for helping us to spread this word about this free and useful resource within the gluten-free community. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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