Safari Cocoa Crunch cereal from Mom's Best is also gluten free.
Also on the gluten-free product watch, look for Entenmann's-style Rebecca & Rose branded chocolate covered donuts at Passover. My Tuesday post has details on that and other holiday items announced at last week's Kosherfest food show.
In local restaurant news, Norristown now has its own all-gluten-free restaurant, where the entire menu is also organic and vegan. Gangster Vegan (2454 W. Main St., 610-630-1600) serves juices, smoothies, raw food and desserts.
Thanks to reader Kristen B., who let me know that Finizio's in Westmont (40 Haddon Ave., 856-831-0842) has gluten-free pizza, ziti and wraps, all prepared separately upon request.
Big Fish Seafood Bistro in Princeton (3535 Rt. 1. S., 609-919-1179) offers a gluten-sensitive menu covering appetizers through dessert and featuring fresh fish options.
In Langhorne, the dinner menu at the Bridgetown Mill House (760 Newtown-Langhorne Rd., 215-752-8996) notes gluten-free options; there's also flourless chocolate cake available at dessert.
The newly opened Pietro's in Radnor (236 N. Radnor-Chester Rd., 484-367-7072) serves gluten-free penne and Angry Orchard hard cider in bottles. Request that the pasta be prepared in a separate pot with fresh water.
Have a great weekend!
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