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GREAT Gluten-Free Kitchens

GREAT Gluten-Free Kitchens

Restaurant & Foodservice Professionals: to address your questions, head here.

Education is the difference between a “gluten-friendly” meal and a safe gluten-free meal.

Check out the list at the bottom of this page to see which foodservice establishments have been trained through the Beyond Celiac GREAT Kitchens program and received GREAT accreditation.

Before you do, meet just a few of the chefs who really understand what gluten-free means and learn how GREAT Kitchens keeps the celiac disease and gluten sensitive communities safe.

Note: At the time this video was recorded, Beyond Celiac was known as the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. Learn more about the name change here.

Accredited GREAT Kitchens

The following locations have taken the pledge to become GREAT Kitchens and uphold GREAT Kitchens standards​. In addition to successfully completing GREAT Kitchens training they have also​ trained their staff, verified ingredients, and​ implemented safe gluten-free protocols, earning them the distinction of an accredited ​GREAT Kitchen.

Look for the GREAT logo on the door, menu, or website

Note: GREAT Kitchens is a location-specific training program. For restaurants with multiple locations, it is important to confirm that training has been completed at the location you plan to visit. Due to possible changes in staff and/or management, it is recommended that you contact the restaurant to confirm that gluten-free protocols are still in place.

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