Pin to Win a Basket of Gluten-Free Foods!

By Cheryl McEvoy, NFCA Director of Communications & New Media

This time last year, I didn’t know what Pinterest was. Now, I’m on it every day, and let me tell you ““ it’s fertile ground for gluten-free food. Simply search “gluten-free” and you’ll find pin after pin providing links to recipes, cookbooks, products and resources.

The graphic-driven site is a popular platform for food photography, but it’s also become a tool for creating wish lists and sharing product recommendations.   What I like most is when those pins are linked to an actual shopping or review site, so I can either purchase the product or read why it’s so great without having to search around for the information.

Vitacost has gotten into the spirit of Pinterest by offering a Pinterest Gluten-Free Giveaway, focused on gluten-free food. All you have to do is create a board titled “Vitacost & NFCA Gluten-Free” and then pin your favorite gluten-free products from Vitacost’s website (make sure to tag it with #VitacostNFCA). One lucky pinner will win basket of gluten-free goodies from Vitacost!

I already created a board on NFCA’s Pinterest page featuring some of our favorite gluten-free products. Which gluten-free foods will you pin?

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness offers Vitacost.com website visitors weekly recipes and blogs about living the gluten-free lifestyle. For more information about celiac disease and gluten-free living, visit http://www.celiaccentral.org/.

National Foundation for Celiac Awareness

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness offers Vitacost.com website visitors weekly recipes and blogs about living the gluten-free lifestyle. For more updates from NFCA about celiac disease and gluten-free living, go to www.CeliacCentral.org/subscribe.

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The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness offers Vitacost.com website visitors weekly recipes and blogs about living the gluten-free lifestyle. For more updates from NFCA about celiac disease and gluten-free living, go to www.CeliacCentral.org/subscribe.

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