The last time we went to the Gluten Free Expo was in May of 2015. I can’t believe it has been that long. Look how little the boys were! That year we just went as regular people so I am excited to be going as a blogger this year. I will be there all day on Saturday, but the boys will probably only be there for around an hour or two. I plan on going to some of the classes as well.
Here is Henry enjoying his baby Mum Mum!
It does get pretty busy so if you are planning on going make sure you arrive early so you can get parking and if possible don’t bring a stroller. We took one with us when we went and it is just way too crowded. I highly recommend holding your baby or bringing a carrier.
Doreen’s Pizza to the left in this picture is amazing. I buy Doreen’s Gluten Free pizza often.
Adam was checking out his favorite company: Enjoy Life. He got to work with them last year and he had a lot of fun testing out all the special treats they sent him. He is allergic to soy, treenuts and peanuts.
Totally worth the entry fee. Look at all the goodies were brought home in 2015? It was a lot of fun and we found a lot of companies products that we loved that we never heard of before. I am so excited! Make sure you enter the giveaway below and we hope to see you there!
Winner must respond within 48 hours or another winner will be chosen. Winner will receive a code to claim the ticket online. There will be two winners. Each winner will get a code to redeem one ticket. Good Luck! Before Entering here are a few things you should know:
By entering the exhibit hall, you are accepting the following:
The show is not 100% free from any potential allergen, as it is hosted in a multi-use venue. All visitors must be aware of their health situation, take appropriate precautions and carry necessary medication.
The show is meant to meet the needs of people with a diverse array of health conditions. All products are gluten free however, many booths do contain other allergens.
Not all items at the show are certified gluten-free. Also, some items are made in shared facilities but meet certification and government requirements. It is up to each individual to read labels before using, consuming or purchasing products.
You know your health situation better than anyone else. If you are not able to tolerate a product, do not sample.
The products and advice of exhibitors are not endorsed in any way by the show organizers. Show organizers take no responsibility for discussions between visitors and exhibitors, nor for any situation that may occur as a result of those conversations.