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Our Annual Celiac walk was a huge success. The rain held off and we had a gorgeous sunny day! Attendees love our goodie bags this year which included donations from Schar, Utz’s potato chips, Pamela’s, Go Macro Bars, Jovial pasta, Popcorners, Crunch Master, baked@350 and Blue Diamond Nut Thins. If you missed the walk but would still like to make a donation come into the office to make a donation and you will receive one of these goodie bags. Thank you to all companies that donated as well as our sponsors and vendors.
Along with our annual walk for celiac disease we are also having our first ever facebook livestream for our celiac support group. In this group we will be discussing ways to educate our communities on celiac disease specifically restaurants and food establishments. We will be working with Great kitchens to educate our locale restaurants. To help decide which restaurants to start with as well as help organize and add your insight please join our facebook live stream at our Digestive Disease Center of the hudson valley facebook page at 6pm.
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Hi there and welcome! For those who might not know me, my name is Carmela, the chef/owner of Senza Glutine by Carmela. I know this year has been very challenging and stressful for all of us, but hopefully a better and healthier new year will soon be here!