Intolerant London In the news: Coeliac and Gluten-Free News Round-Up, January 27th

In the news: gluten-free and coeliac news update, January 27th

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The Little House Kitchen Gluten-Free Café in Kentish Town has experienced a successful opening fortnight. Featuring two businesses based in Camden Lock, the Malden Road pop-up café offers a completely gluten-free menu of cakes and savoury treats along to be enjoyed with artisan coffee and fine Japanese tea.

Co-founder Sarah, who also runs the Louisiana Chilli Shack, and is gluten-intolerant herself, is pleased with the early success: “We’ve had a great response from the community and have found gluten-free foodies travelling from far and wide to the café!”

The café is currently open from 9am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday and won’t break the bank with pastries (including the excellent pork, sage and onion roll) and cupcakes priced at a mere £2 each. Initially open for a three-month period, get yourself down there as soon as you can – you don’t want to miss this one!

In other news, Boots Web MD reports on rising coeliac rates in children and Food Navigator investigates this rise.

While in the US, the Pizza Hut chain begins to offer completely gluten-free pizzas.

The Telegraph speaks to coeliac sufferer Emma Killilea about her new Delicious Alchemy gluten-free product line, including muesli, porridge, bread and cake mixes.

Eco Watch looks at the rise of those pursuing a gluten-free diet and the health implications behind it.

A new gluten-free mill opens in Essex,

And finally, the Wall Street Journal has some great recipes for gluten-free pancakes, with shrove Tuesday a mere three weeks away!

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