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The retail gluten-free food market has grown to an estimated $6.1 billion in 2011. While this figure includes all food labeled gluten free (including products that are inherently gluten free such as scallops or tomato sauce), sales of gluten-free food products that are alternatives to gluten-containing, grain-based products (e.g. salty snacks, cookies, and bread) have grown dramatically, and importantly are the focus of this report. Ultimately, the market ...
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Health and Gluten-free Food Usage
Gluten-free Food Usage and Usage Frequency
Gluten-free Brand Usage
Outlets Where Consumers Buy Gluten-free Products
Attitudes toward Gluten-free Food
Resources Used and Communication among Avoiders
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Segment and Brand Performance—Chips, Pretzels, and Snacks
Segment and Brand Performance—Cold Cereal
Segment and Brand Performance—Frozen Lunch and Dinner Entrées
Segment and Brand Performance—Bread and Baked Goods
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Appendix: Trade Associations