Archive for the 'News & Announcements' Category

Nov 09 2016

Do You Promise to Keep Her Gluten-, Corn-, and Diary-Free for as Long as You Both Shall Live?

Our First Gluten-Free Couple Gets Married! Think that it’s impossible to find the gluten-free love of your life? Dale Graff and Pia Strobel are a gluten-free couple that prove that love can transcend any distance and eating restrictions! Last year, we told you the story of Dale, who had trouble finding love in his small […]

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Nov 17 2015

Gluten Free Singles is Up and Operational in the UK

Going gluten-free is a popular lifestyle and health choice in the United States and Canada, and the rest of the world is catching up. According to, the U.K. gluten-free market is expected to grow from $395 million to $931 million by 2017. That’s why we are excited to announce that, a website dedicated […]

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Mar 09 2015

Gluten Intolerance Group, Supporting the Gluten-Free Community Since 1974

Here at GlutenfreeSingles, we always want to let our members know about any great resources we find in the gluten-free community. One of the absolute best resources is the Gluten Intolerance Group, or GIG. GIG was the nation’s very first nonprofit association that focused on making life better for gluten-free individuals. The company was founded […]

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Dec 29 2014

2014 Gluten-Free Wrap-Up – A Look at the Gluten-Free Trends and News Stories of 2014

Let’s just cut to the chase. Gluten-free was big in 2014. Over the past few years, the gluten-free diet has been gaining more visibility, more adherents, and more attention from food manufacturers and the general public. In 2014 we saw a lot of big news stories hit, food manufacturers rolling out gluten-free products, the implementation […]

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Dec 02 2014

Special Holiday Gift To Help You Find Love

Let’s face it – it can be difficult for a gluten-free eater to find a special someone who is either also gluten-free or is willing to accept your gluten-free lifestyle. For those with celiac disease, the search is even harder. It is especially hard to be alone during the holidays when sappy Christmas movies are […]

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