Gluten-Free Food Service Updates Branding, Signage

Auburn, WA—The Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) has changed the branding for its Gluten-Free Food Service (GFFS), according to a press release. GFFS audits and validates restaurants and food businesses that serve gluten-free food.

It has launched a new logo and new signage that designates certified establishments as “Validated Gluten Free Safe Spots.” The logo and signage is designed to give gluten-free customers an easy way to see at a glance that they will receive food that meets GFFS’s standards and expectations for safety.

GFFS has also launched a new website, which features a locator map to help gluten-free customers search for validated establishments.

GFFS-validated restaurants include chains like California Pizza Kitchen, The Melting Pot, and Bolay, along with several independent restaurants. GFFS also validates food trucks, university dining halls, hospitals, and senior living facilities.

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“GFFS is excited to continue its dedication to the gluten-free community by providing clear designation of Validated Gluten-Free Safe Spots,” said Lindsey Yeakle, GFFS Program Manager, in the press release. “Safe Spots give gluten-free consumers the confidence and peace of mind they are making smart dining decisions. Additionally, through being a Safe Spot, our validated clients build trust with these consumers, helping their business reach more customers. They’ve earned this designation through their hard work and commitment to safety.”