GFFP's Celiac Association Partners

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The Value of GFFP’s Celiac Association Partners

When you become gluten-free certified with GFFP, you automatically align your business and brands and receive the power, benefits and endorsement with our nationwide Celiac Association Partners.

Credibility matters, the value of the endorsement provides gluten-free brand owners with the kind of exposure needed to effectively market and communicate with the celiac community and wider gluten-free consumer audience - it generates interaction with you business and brands and helps build genuine relationships.  

Aligning your gluten-free brands with our Celiac Association Partners will not only assure gluten-free consumers that your business is operating with recognized gluten-free best practices, it will also raise brand awareness, brand interaction and long-term customer brand loyalty.

Our Celiac Association Partners have a wide membership base and receive over one million and growing website hits per year, with additional reach through their social media networks, newsletters and magazine communications.

About the National Celiac Association (NCA)

The National Celiac Association is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to educating and advocating for individuals with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivities, their families, and communities throughout the nation.

NCA offers support through more than 70 support groups and over 50 chapters offering monthly e-newsletters, an informational website, and the Gluten-Free Nation magazine. Additionally, NCA collaborates with Harvard Medical School’s Celiac Research Program for a yearly Celiac Conference in Boston, MA where the association is headquartered amongst several world-renown celiac centers.

NCA actively supports and nurtures all those who are part of the celiac community.  Until there's a cure... there's NCA.


NCA Practices:

  • We educate, advocate and raise awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance through a broad range of programs.
  • We keep a close affiliation with a core of expert gastroenterologists and nutritionists.
  • Maintain mutually beneficial contacts within the medical community to help educate medical professionals about celiac disease and to keep abreast of recent scientific studies for the benefit of its members.
  • Circulate current information about celiac disease and adherence to a gluten-free diet to the community.
  • Engage in other activities related to educating the public about celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivities and improving the quality of life of those diagnosed with celiac disease.
  • We provide empowerment to live with a chronic disease and share a positive outlook as ambassadors of the disease.

To learn more, visit:

nationalceliac.org

About the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA)

The Canadian Celiac Association is a volunteer-based, federally registered charitable organization with its national office in Mississauga, Ontario. Founded in 1972, the association serves people with celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity and dermatitis herpetiformis through affiliated chapters across Canada.

The CCA is here to help its members regain power over every aspect of their lives. With increased research incentives powered by our donors, community networking, and mutual support, we are regaining power over our disease, our bodies, and our lives.


CCA's Purpose:

  • To promote the health of people with celiac disease and other health conditions exacerbated by gluten, by providing them with access to related information, counselling or group support programs.
  • To advance education by training medical practitioners, students, nurses, dietitians, nutritionists and other health service professionals to diagnose, treat and manage diseases and conditions exacerbated by gluten.
  • To advance education by conducting and/or funding research into the causes and possible treatments of diseases and conditions exacerbated by gluten and making the results available to the public.
  • To promote excellence in the agricultural and food processing industries in Canada for the benefit of the public by conducting and/or funding research on best practices related to the agricultural and food processing industries’ production, manufacturing, and distribution of safe and reliable gluten-free ingredients and products and by disseminating the results of the research to the public.
  • To promote health by providing the public with training and information on gluten-free ingredient and product identification, and on how to prevent the cross contact of gluten-free ingredients and products.

To learn more, visit:

celiac.ca

About the Coeliaque Quebec (CQ)

Cœliaque Quebec, provides services and support to its members in the French language. Its mission is to improve the lives of people who are affected by celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity with information on the disease and the gluten-free diet.

In addition to providing support, Cœliaque Québec created Gluten-Free Diet training as well as training for health professionals in order to optimize the screening and follow-up of affected patients and to offer them better inter-professional follow-up.


CQ's Practices:

  • We educate, advocate and raise awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance through a broad range of programs.
  • We keep a close affiliation with a core of expert gastroenterologists and nutritionists.
  • Maintain mutually beneficial contacts within the medical community to help educate medical professionals about celiac disease and to keep abreast of recent scientific studies for the benefit of its members.
  • Circulate current information about celiac disease and adherence to a gluten-free diet to the community.
  • Engage in other activities related to educating the public about celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivities and improving the quality of life of those diagnosed with celiac disease.
  • We provide empowerment to live with a chronic disease and share a positive outlook as ambassadors of the disease.

To learn more, visit:

fqmc.org

Have questions or not sure where to start?

Contact us to speak with a representative or receive a no-obligation quote. Our staff is available anytime to answer questions and help navigate the decisions toward achieving gluten-free certification for your company.

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