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Gluten Free Garage
The 7th Annual Gluten Free Garage is Back!
65+ Vendors...Food Trucks...Guest Speakers...Demos...Libations...Samples
WHAT: Come experience Toronto’s one and only pop-up gluten-free marketplace, the 7th annual Gluten Free Garage. At this gluten-free food festival, which takes place during Celiac Awareness Month, you can enjoy more than 60 handpicked vendors, food trucks, libations and guest speakers. May is Celiac Awareness Month, the perfect time to disccover the latest GF eats, drinks and lifestyle products at this celiac-friendly food festival.
Everything at #GFG18 is gluten free, but you don’t have to be.
It’s a tasty one-stop shop of freshly baked goods, made to order dishes (from pasta to dumplings to burgers), sweet and savoury snacks, sauces, gelato and more. Attendees can take a break from eating and tune into a lineup of health and food experts who will be sharing dining, travel and cooking tips in guest speaker sessions throughout the day.
WHEN: Sunday, May 27th from 10am – 4pm
WHERE: Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601 Christie Street
TICKETS: $10 admission / free for kids 12 and under. Cash only at the door or purchase tickets at GlutenFreeGarage.ca. Part of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Canadian Celiac Association.
WHO: Guest speakers include:
1:15pm: Holistic Nutritionist Joy McCarthy of Joyous Health - "Gut Feeling: How your micobiome affects your mood, skin and stress levels.
2:15pm: Panel discussion with 5 gluten-free influencers moderated by Rachael Hunt of GlutenFreedom Inc., - "Gluten-Free Influencers Help You Live Your Best GF Life."
MORE ABOUT GLUTEN FREE GARAGE: Launched in the fall of 2012 as Toronto’s first pop-up gluten-free marketplace. Inspired by her daughter Lily, now 12, who was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2009, GFG founder RonniLyn Pustil created the event to give people a taste of what was going on in Toronto’s gluten-free scene. She aims to promote and provide better access to top-quality gluten-free food, create awareness about celiac disease, and prove that gluten-free food can be super tasty.
MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.glutenfreegarage.ca and follow @glutenfreegarage