In 2009, the FDA set the allowable gluten-free label to be applied to food and beverages at 20 parts per million or less. That's fine for people with gluten sensitivity, but not for people with Celiac Disease (complete gluten intolerance).
Gluten is a protein found in rye, wheat, barley, and other grains, malts, vinegars, beverages, etc..
Please help establish a 0 parts per million criteria for any product to be labeled gluten free. Digestive systems and lives are at stake.
Please add your name to establish/support a 0 parts per million test in order for the FDA to label any product gluten free.
The Challenge FDA to set gluten free to be 0 parts per million petition to Food and Drug Administration was written by Michael Langton and is in the category Consumer Affairs at GoPetition.