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Paul Mehl shows off some gluten-free options at his Fargo home on Tuesday, July 9. LOGAN WERLINGER/FORUM NEWS SERVICE

Area companies bake products using flour without gluten

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After one bite, Paul Mehl tossed the $7.99 loaf of gluten-free bread in the trash.

It was the first loaf of wheat-free bread the celiac-sufferer tried, and it wasn’t good.

“For me to throw something away, it’s got to be bad,” says Mehl, of Fargo.

Other people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivities share Mehl’s frustration, he says.

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