It isn't easy shopping with a food allergy.
Despite all the choices in the cereal aisle, products geared toward those who must be watchful of some common ingredients are somewhat limited. And Diana Jeanene knows this all too well —she developed a gluten allergy six years ago.
“First of all, a lot of gluten-free products were not good,”Jeanene said.
Jeanene felt the gluten-free choices were lacking in important attributes, like taste —when she could even find them.
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