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Coeliac Ireland
CSI provides support and information for coeliacs in Ireland. Our twitter page is managed from Monday – Friday from 9:30am – 5:00pm.
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 14
A BIG Shoutout to Shannonvale Foods who have received the Crossed Grain Licence and are also the 1st Company in Ireland to receive the AOECS Standard Audit from our Technical Food Managers. For more details on Crossed Grain and how to obtain it visit
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 14
IT'S COMING BACK FOR 2019! Click link below for all the details. Promise Gluten Free
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 12
Some Great Advice on Cross Contamination from SafeFood
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INDI Gastro Interest Group Jun 11
📚Managing Coeliac Disease 🗓 18 June 2019 💚 Members Only 📝 Register Now! 📲
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 11
The Amazing Results of a Recent Survey! The Gluten Free Eating Out Pledge Training is now available for Restaurants, Hotels & Caterers HELP SPREAD THE NEWS!
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 10
Some great advice from Sarah Keogh, from the for all those doing exams at the moment
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Coeliac Ireland Jun 10
Some great Advice from the Society's In-house Dietitian Sarah Keogh To speak to Sarah one on one you can book an appointment to see her by calling 01 8721471 or visit . Reduced rates for members.
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Coeliac Ireland May 30
Thanks so much for your lovely words Val Mc Donald :D We Love to hear these positive reviews <3
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Coeliac Ireland May 29
Staying in Hotels can sometimes be difficult for coeliacs, though we have heard of some amazing Hotels who cater very well Tell us about your experiences with staying in hotels in the comments below or email jennifer@coeliac.ie
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Coeliac Ireland May 28
Dr Nick Kennedy speaks at the Gluten Free Living Show.
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Coeliac Ireland May 27
Women with coeliac disease are more likely to experience problems with fertility compared to women without coeliac disease. Below is Orla Buckley telling her story
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Coeliac Ireland May 24
Some great Advice from the Society's In-house Dietitian Sarah Keogh. To speak to Sarah one on one you can book an appointment to see her by calling 01 8721471 or visit Reduced rates for members.
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INDI May 24
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Coeliac Ireland May 24
Book in to see Sarah Keogh in our offices, reduced rate for Members
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Coeliac Ireland May 24
The Bay Tree Portlaoise and Manifesto Restaurant are proud holders of the Gluten Free Eating Out Pledge! Spread the word and get your favourite restaurants to get on board with this plan to make eating out safer for coeliacs in Ireland
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Promise Gluten Free May 24
"Seriously the best tasting gluten free product I have tried thus far. The texture is just like regular bread and even my boyfriend couldn't tell the difference." Rebekah from Alberta wrote on our Facebook page. Have you tried yet?
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Coeliac Ireland May 24
FSAI Allergen Alert
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Coeliac Ireland May 23
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Coeliac Ireland May 23
Have you heard about the Gluten Free Eating Out Pledge? We are working with Restaurants Association of Ireland and supported by Promise Gluten Free to make eating out for coeliacs safer.
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Coeliac Ireland May 22
And who has the best Gluten Free Coeliac safe fish & chips?? Clontarf, Dame St, Malahide & Mespil Rd!
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