Gluten Free Food Travel for Alternative Dietary Lifestyles

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As more information is becoming available, Celiac and Non-Celiac Gluten-Sensitive individuals are becoming a rapidly growing segment of our society. According to NPD research group, last year alone, 200 million people requested gluten-free restaurant orders when dining out, and 30% of Americans are now seeking gluten-free meal options. Many affected individuals have stopped traveling out of concern for their well-being. This need not be the case, as the travel industry is beginning to recognize this need, and small business travel owners in particular, are better equipped to respond with agility to individual requests.

One such effort has taken this issue head on, and is one of only a handful of travel business in the U.S. directly addressing the problem with a fully-integrated approach. As it happens, it is also a minority-owned small business startup. They are based in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area of North Carolina, and the tours are held in the cradle of the Mediterranean, among the mountains and seas of Crete, Greece.

The Mediterranean diet is widely celebrated as one of the healthiest lifestyles on the globe, not just for its sumptuous wines! But it is also prized because the food is consumed at the peak of freshness, and prepared to optimize nutritional value. Greek and Cretan food especially are highly prized among dieticians. Due to a very unique terroir with volcanic soils, certain products have special health properties and delicious flavors.

This retreat gives the real vacation experience, with cozy on-site stone villas, a centralized restaurant/dining area, and customized meals. Special needs or not, slow-food produced nutrition at the peak of freshness, with optimizing cooking techniques are something everyone can benefit from! They now allow gift certificate purchases toward a tour and personalized build-a-vacation gift registries. For more information, visit or call 919-682-1100.

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