New app helps consumers find gluten-free establishments

April 6, 2012

Find Me Gluten Free has launched a new app design to help consumers find gluten-free restaurants on their iPhones and Androids, as well as a new website,

Both were created to provide a solution to those with Celiac Disease or a gluten-intolerance, as well as for friends or family members influenced by a gluten-free dieter. The app offers the ability of finding gluten-free friendly restaurants, products and businesses throughout the U.S. and Canada.

"As a software developer who is also a Celiac, I felt compelled to provide a solution that would help other gluten-intolerant eaters navigate their way to healthy foods, while offering a fun and vital tool that is easy to use and share with the entire gluten-free community and beyond," said Jason Elmore, CEO and founder of Find Me Gluten Free.

The Find Me Gluten Free app and website provide gluten-free consumers the ability to "Suggest a Business" via their own user profile, then submit and rate (with one to five stars) their individual dining experience or product(s) purchased. Users can locate gluten-free friendly businesses (within their specified radius) by searching "Near Me, or Near Addresses," which will pull up reviewed businesses with other user ratings, reviews, tips and comments.

The app also delivers a list of "Chain Menus" - everything from Applebee's to P.F. Chang's to Qdoba - linked directly to the establishment's website and/or specified gluten-free menu.

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Topics: Food Safety, Online / Mobile / Social

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