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“GoPhila.com makes going out for a gluten-free meal easy”

February 1, 2009

“GoPhila.com makes going out for a gluten-free meal easy”

Living up to its reputation as the first gluten-free celiac friendly city in America, Philadelphia’s official visitor website, www.gophila.com , has launched a listing of premier area restaurants offering gluten-free menus featured prominently on the site’s food and dining section. All listed restaurants have partnered with the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) in promoting delicious gluten-free food.

Living up to its reputation as the first gluten-free celiac friendly city in America, Philadelphia’s official visitor website, www.gophila.com , has launched a listing of premier area restaurants offering gluten-free menus featured prominently on the site’s food and dining section. All listed restaurants have partnered with the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) in promoting delicious gluten-free food.
GoPhila.com is committed to providing local and visiting celiacs with information on Philadelphia establishments that have been trained through NFCA’s Gluten-Free Resource Education and Awareness Training (GREAT) program. Currently listed area restaurants were all GREAT trained as a part of their participation in NFCA’s 5th anniversary celebration, ‘Appetite for Awareness’.
NFCA would like to thank GoPhila.com, as well as these fabulous Philadelphia restaurants, for their commitment to gluten-free cooking and the celiac disease community. We hope cities across the country will follow suit, as we continue efforts to increase the number of gluten-free dining opportunities through NFCA’s GREAT program.
Check out the Philadelphia, PA NFCA trained gluten-free dining directory by visiting:
As part of NFCA’s Monday Meet-Up program, you can join local NFCA and celiac community members in sampling the gluten-free menus of all these fine establishments! Learn more about our monthly meet up events.
A special thanks to NFCA’s Larry Kagan for his vital role in making Philadelphia the first gluten-free celiac friendly city in America and his continued effort to sustain the level of celiac disease awareness throughout the city.

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