New England is about to get wicked gluten free

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The hunt for gluten-free restaurants and recipes just got a whole lot easier for New Englanders.

Gluten-Free New England has just launched their first one-stop website for all your gluten-free needs.

Wickedglutenfree.com includes:

  • dining directories 
  • events calendar 
  • reviews
  • recipes
  • articles by local writers and experts

The company, which was started back in 2016 also organizes large-scale expos, festivals, farm dinners and provides outreach for teens and families. 

Wickedglutenfree.com is regional, accurate, and kinda fun, which pretty much sums up the business,” said owner Abby Helman Kelly, who has been gluten free for eight years. 

Kelly’s mission is to be New England’s one-stop-shop for healthy and safe gluten-free lifestyles. 

This is a team effort, as residents and businesses are encouraged to be active contributors to the site by submitting events and personal stories for the expansion of the dining directory. 

“This is a neighborhood resource made for New Englanders, by New Englanders,” said Kelly, a Simsbury resident. “It’s about harnessing the power of our celiac, gluten-sensitive, and food allergic communities and businesses to help each other, because we’re all in this together.”

Gluten-Free New England’s next expos are:

Holiday events and food truck fests are also in the works, run by Kelly and her family. Additional information and resources are available at wickedglutenfree.com

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