Gluten-Free Services

Danish Celiac Association

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Danish Celiac Association (DCA) is an organization for people who are intolerant to gluten. The association was founded in 1979 and has approximately 2,500 members today. The association objectives: Drive celiac special interest and provide information and advisory services relating to the physical,…

Finnish Coeliac Society

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. The level of awareness of coeliac disease is rather extensive in Finland compared to many other European countries. The Finnish Coeliac Society continues spreading this knowledge actively. In spite of this there will always be exceptions, and we do live in a…

Foundation of Gluten Intolerance (Chile)

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Who we are The Living Foundation or Foundation of Gluten Intolerance, was born on December 6, 2003, when it was published in the Official Journal Supreme Decree No. 103 of the Ministry of Justice by which it was granted legal personality. Living…

Coeliac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity Association Madrid

The Spanish gluten free products are marked with the mention: “SIN GLUTEN” and you will find them in:   Health food shops (“Herbolarios”) You can find gluten-free products such as bread, cookies, flours or pasta in health food shops called “HERBOLARIOS”. You can find these products nationwide, although it can be hard to find a…

Coeliac UK

1 in 100 people in the UK has coeliac disease. We work to improve their experience of healthcare, ensure their gluten-free diet is easy to manage and drive research which delivers new solutions to the problems of living with the condition. We want to see the needs of people with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) met…

Italian Celiac Association

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate.   The mission of AIC The mission of AIC (Associazione Italiana Celiachia), or its “statement of intent” and the purpose of its existence, is to allow the person with celiac disease or dermatitis herpetiformis to live their life in a calm and…

Pakistan Celiac Society

WELCOME TO PAKISTANI CELIAC SOCIETY The Pakistani Celiac Society is a national, volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to provide support and services to individuals and families with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis through programmes of awareness, advocacy and education.

Portugal Celiac Association

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Vision The APC (Associação Portuguesa Celíacos) is a nonprofit organizaiton, which exists to promote the interests and rights of its members and is dedicated to providing services and support to celiac disease victims through information programs, awareness, education, and support.   Mission…

Swedish Coeliac Society

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate.   Swedish Coeliac Society consists of almost 25,000 members in 31 county and local associations.  The Association was founded in 1975 and represents  all those who can not tolerate gluten, lactose, milk protein or soy. The majority of our members have celiac…

The German Coeliac Society

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. The German Coeliac Society (DZG) The German Coeliac Society (Deutsche Zöliakiegesellschaft – DZG) was founded 1974 and started with 55 members.Today the DZG has more than 40,000 members. Our aim is to help people with coeliac disease or with Dermatitis Herpetiformis Duhring.…

Tunisian Association of Celiac Disease

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate.   Goals of the association:  To bring together interested people to develop them exchange information and experiences about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet – Inform patients, their parents and the public for a better understanding of the problems of the disease…

Turkish Celiac Association

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate.   The Turkish Celiac Association was founded in March of 2002, as a non-governmental organization. Our association has been working on a volunteer basis since its inception. The aim of the Association: to facilitate the daily life of celiac patients, to raise public awareness about…

Ukrainian Coeliac Society

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate. Our organization brings together adults and children. Anyone who needs a gluten-free diet or wants to help patients with celiac disease can become a member of our society. Our work is directed: to mainstream issues of celiac disease among the medical community…

IG Celiac Association of Switzerland

To translate the website into english, download the google chrome extension google translate.   The IG Celiac Association of Switzerland is a recognized nonprofit organization serving people who need gluten-free diet for health reasons (eg celiac disease). The responsibilities are largely financed through membership fees. The Executive Board, various working groups and our office to…

Iranian Celiac Disease Website

Our vision is to help the people with coeliac disease to better diagnosis and is universally recognized and met. We work to achieve this vision by: Increasing awareness of the disease among health care professionals and the public. Campaigning on their behalf to improve access to fast diagnosis, good subsequent healthcare and safe foods in…

Luxembourgish Association of Gluten Intolerants

Who we are The Luxembourgish Association of Gluten Intolerants (A.L.I.G.) was founded in October 1997. As of May 2014, it has more than 400 members. Incorporated as a non-profit association, it brings together individuals with celiac disease (also called gluten intolerance),  Dermatitis Herpetiformis and any person showing interest and commitment to the fight against these diseases.…

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