The Gluten-Free Certification Organization

The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) is a program of The Gluten Intolerance Group.

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GFCO’s Scientific and Professional Board review the practices of GFCO. GFCO inspects products and manufacturing facilities for gluten. GFCO does not certify products for other potential allergens. The contents of this site are not intended as medical advice.

 

The Leading Gluten-Free Certification Program

The GF logo stands for the independent verification of quality, integrity, and purity of products. Products carrying the GF logo represents unmatched reliability and for meeting strict gluten-free standards. GFCO is the leading gluten-free certification program in the world.
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NOTICE:PRODUCT PULLBACK NOTICE — ACTION REQUIREDBOULDER CANYON (Natural Foods) MALT VINEGAR AND SEA SALT KETTLE CHIPS(Jan, 23, 2014) The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) has issued an immediate product pull-back notice to Boulder Canyon for the Malt Vinegar and Sea Salt Kettle chips. These chips are not certified by GFCO.

Boulder Canyon is committed to working with the GFCO to proactively rectify the labeling issue on our Malt Vinegar chips.

If you have questions about this product, contact Boulder Canyon at (866) 890-1004

About GFCO - GFCO is a voluntary 3rd party gluten-free certification organization whose standard is 10 ppm gluten or less. GFCO requires compliance with the FDA definition of gluten-free that products not contain wheat, rye, barley and hybrids of these grains. GFCO requires compliance with strict manufacturing, testing and inspection procedures.

NOTICE:PRODUCT PULLBACK NOTICE — ACTION REQUIRED
PURELY ELIZABETH GRANOLA CEREALS
(Sept, 2013)  The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) has issued an immediate product pull-back notice to Purely Elizabeth (NY) for the following granola products due to possible unsafe gluten levels. CLICK HERE FOR THE DETAILS
Unauthorized Use of Certification
(Jan, 2013) Good Greens 
– Products made by Good Greens are not certified by GFCO. The company has indicated falsely that they have been certified by GFCO. This company has never been certified by GFCO and is using the GFCO trademark in violation of Trademark Law.
Certification Termination
(June, 2012) Alexander Company(Jan 2010) Whole Bakers LLC is not GFCO Certified and has not been since 2009. The use of the GFCO Certification Logo on their website is unauthorized.

 

GFCO Studies Gluten in Ground Spices

There has been some concern of late about gluten in ground spices.  Canada’s Federal Inspection Agency (CFIA) recently released a study investigating this matter.  The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO), a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group, is currently conducting a study to explore the level, if any, of gluten found in ground spices on the market today.   We have collected samples throughout the country and are testing them using multiple methods for detecting gluten.  Our results will be forthcoming as soon as the data has been received and analyzed.  Stay tune for information as we release it on our website.

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