Wednesday, June 04, 2008


Want homework? A recently opened survey from the American Celiac Disease Alliance (ACDA) asks who provides gluten-free lunches for students through college.
A major goal of the American Celiac Disease Alliance (ACDA) is to improve the availability and access to gluten-free meals in schools for students with celiac disease. Recently, the ACDA was approached to work on a collaborative project which will help move us closer to achieving that goal. One of the first steps of the project is to determine the level of interest for gluten-free school lunches.

The ACDA has launched a brief online survey to find out who is providing lunch for student's with celiac disease - parents, school, or a combination.

If you have a child with celiac disease attending school, please click below to complete the survey.

Your input is vitally important to demonstrate that our children want and need gluten-free meals at school. The survey will close on July 2, 2008.

Thank you for helping us help our kids!
You can fill out the nine questions here.

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