Date: Thursday 26th April 2012
Glutafin is attending this year’s Allergy & Freefrom Show in London! This is our first time at the show and we are very excited. We would love you to come visit our stand. Glutafin are stand number 89.
We will have our Love Food club chef, Michael McCamley at the stand. He is not only Coeliac UK’s 2011 Chef of the Year but is also a coeliac, so come and ask him any question about baking or tips for living and cooking as a coeliac. Glutafin will have a number of products for you to sample and lots of help on the stand for you to ask us anything! Our sister and Love Food partner brand, DS-glutenfree, will also be at the show. DS-glutenfree are stand 88. There you can try lots of DS samples and speak 1 to 1 with a dietitian who specialises in coeliac disease.
Glutafin has had access to the free ticket registration which means you must sign up today. It will be a great day out as also on the day are a variety of things:
Throughout all three days a host of top chefs, will deliver a range of free from cooking classes to inspire the chef hiding within!
A diverse collection of seminars from the UK's leading experts: Consultant Allergists, Dermatologists, Dieticians and Respiratory Specialists.
Interactive live demonstrations will run across all three days of the exhibition, showcasing the very best products, therapies and medical devices on the allergy and free from market.
Workshops & Support Groups
Free-to-attend workshops and support groups, designed to give you the key tools you need to carry out daily challenges.
Coeliac UK will run 1-2-1 Consultations, giving you the chance to speak privately to the experts about your coeliac condition.
The show is across 3 days Friday 18th to Sunday 20th May. Register to attend the London Allergy and Freefrom show now!
If you cannot make the London show then come see us in the Liverpool one on the weekend of 27th-28th October. You can also register free today for this show!
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