How to Eat Gluten-Free Abroad (Infographic)

This is a great infographic for traveling which I found on the always informative site, glutenfreeglobetrotter.com.

Gluten-Free Globetrotter

I was delighted to learn that Gluten-Free Globetrotter was included as a gluten-free travel resource on this infographic about eating gluten-free around the world. The visuals are helpful, especially for the brand names in different countries. Once I am familiar with a foreign gluten-free brand, I tend to stick to that brand when I am traveling. Seeing familiar logos for gluten-free brands, like from Orgran and Schar, is reassuring in a non-English speaking country. I also always encourage people to get familiar with some key phrases that help you communicate your need to eat gluten-free.

Thank you Goodness Direct for including me in your infographic!

Gluten free and dread travelling abroad? - An Infographic from GoodnessDirect Blog

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About kristenannmoore

Gluten free, mainly vegetarian mom living in beautiful Western Washington, but love to travel. My two boys have various other food intolerances including gluten, so I think and write about food quite a bit. Author of the children's book, The Knight Owl, which has it's own blog:http://theknightowlblog.wordpress.com/.
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2 Responses to How to Eat Gluten-Free Abroad (Infographic)

  1. Sarhn says:

    It is interesting that the graphic states that there are plenty of gluten free options in Italy. Almost ten years ago we honeymooned in Italy (traveling South of Rome). I came home kilograms lighter as I had very little to eat – they even put pasta in their soups! Sounds like ten years on things might be easier. ☺

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    • kristenannmoore says:

      I’ve heard it is really well known there but haven’t had the good fortune of trying it out myself…yet. I very much intend to learn first person as soon as possible :0)!

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