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Walk into just about any grocery store and the words “gluten free” can be splashed around the isles in food items such as pasta, bread and chips.


It isn’t as much of a health fad as it is a near necessity for people with a gluten intolerance.

“Ten years ago I hadn’t even heard of this,” said Detroit Lakes woman Kelly Gag, whose daughter, Lydia, was diagnosed with celiac disease — a condition where gluten has an adverse effect on a person’s body.

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