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I am what the blogging world refers to as a “light green” blogger. I think eco-friendly, prefer to not eat the dirty dozen and avoid GMO ridden foods. We are conscious of a few food allergies in the family and make a lot of things from scratch. I am learning more and more and broadening my horizons and that is why I am excited to be a part of the team working with the Gluten Free & Allergy Friendly Expo in Schaumburg next month!
What can you expect if you go?
Incredible classes from amazing speakers
This one caught my attention: “Not Just Gluten Free … Make It Low Carb!” Gluten free is a good first step, but to get the best health benefits, make it low carb, sugar free, and all natural. Baking and cooking low carb food that is healthy and tastes great takes some practice, but it’s a worthwhile endeavor. I’ll show you my tricks as well as tried and true recipes for baking low carb food that you can enjoy with your family and friends.
World class exhibitors
Leaders in the food industry that are concerned about our health – ranging from Abundant Life Foods to Yum Butter. These peeps will be on hand to not only answer your questions about their products but usually offer samples and/or coupons. 100+ brands! Baked goods, pizza, healthy options & more
Discounted products available for purchase
Safety is Our First Priority
By entering the exhibit hall, you are accepting the following:
The show is not 100% free from any potential allergen, as it is hosted in a multi-use venue. All visitors must be aware of their health situation, take appropriate precautions and carry necessary medication.
The show is meant to meet the needs of people with a diverse array of health conditions. All products are gluten free however, many booths do contain other allergens.
Not all items at the show are certified gluten-free. Also, some items are made in shared facilities but meet certification and government requirements. It is up to each individual to read labels before using, consuming or purchasing products.
You know your health situation better than anyone else. If you are not able to tolerate a product, do not sample.
The products and advice of exhibitors are not endorsed in any way by the show organizers. Show organizers take no responsibility for discussions between visitors and exhibitors, nor for any situation that may occur as a result of those conversations.
Now, all of that being said, I will be there both days and look forward to seeing YOU there!
You can get tickets for 20% off with the code ADVANCE (thru 4/21) – you only need to go here to get them!
If you didn’t know, the Schaumburg Convention Center is at 1551 Thoreau Drive North in Schaumburg, IL
disclaimer: I may have been compensated for this post but all thoughts are entirely my own. I am beyond excited to attend this event and hope to see a few of you there too!