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A pot of gnocchi and chicken sausage stew. An empty Jones Dairy Farm box is in the lower left corner.

Creamy Sausage Cauliflower Gnocchi

A creamy and tasty one-pot meal made with chicken sausage, cauliflower gnocchi, spinach, in a creamy Italian coconut milk base sauce. This recipe is made with gluten-free Jones Golden Brown® Chicken Links and provided by our friends at Jones Dairy Farm.

Two black and orange brownies are stacked on top of each other.Brownie-Bottom Pumpkin Bars

Chocolate and pumpkin is a combination to die for. Try these Halloween pumpkin bars for a sweet treat that will make everyone ask for more: no tricks here!


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Clinical Trials

CeDLara Study

Still experiencing symptoms on a gluten-free diet? The CeDLara Study is currently enrolling qualified patients into their phase 3 study to assess a potential therapy for celiac disease. This study is being conducted to determine if the drug reduces symptoms of celiac disease in patients who are on a gluten-free diet. You may qualify to participate in this study if you:

  • Are 18 years old or older
  • Are biopsy diagnosed with celiac disease
  • Are actively experiencing symptoms related to celiac disease such as abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, bloating or gas
  • Have been on a gluten-free diet for at least 6 months

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Are you still experiencing celiac disease symptoms despite your best efforts to follow a gluten-free diet?

The PROACTIVE Celiac Study is looking for people between the ages of 18 and 70, who have biopsy-confirmed celiac disease and have been on a gluten-free diet for at least the last 12 months. You will not be asked to ingest gluten in this study. The goal of this phase 2 clinical trial is to test the safety and effects of the investigational medication PRV-015. In combination with a gluten-free diet, PRV-015 aims to reduce symptoms and intestinal inflammation caused by accidental gluten exposure.

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See if You Qualify
Use referral code: REFBC

Allergic Living Spotlight

Labeling Bill Aims to Simplify Adding Top Allergens, Gluten Sources

A comprehensive food labeling bill recently introduced in the United States Congress would make it easier to require labeling for additional food allergens in the future. This article gives an overview of FLMA, how it differs from previous legislation and how it will help consumers make safer decisions about the food they eat.

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