Gluten Free Labels, from labeling gluten-free items in her home with a permanent marker. I came around, though, when I saw the bright orange tags she created that can be attached to strainers, cutting boards, pots and pans to signify their dedicated gluten-free use. Because they're made of silicone, the 2" round "Gluten Free" tags, which can be tied to cookware and utensil handles, are dishwasher-, microwaveable- and oven-safe.
Kelly is shipping her products free for a limited time, and a portion of the proceeds benefit the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. A two-piece tag bundle is $4.99 and a $14.99 starter kit includes eight circle labels, 12 mini labels, two rectangular labels and one tag. A set of 32 toothpick flags are $4.99. There's also an "ultimate" kit for $21.99. Orders can be placed through the company's online shop.
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