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Every Sunday, the Rev. Paul Blanch of St. George’s Episcopal Church in the Stockade noticed a recurring theme: Members of his congregation would approach the altar rail during Communion requesting gluten-free wafers. But the request for gluten-free products did not stop at the altar. It carried on into social events as well. “The gluten-free aisles in our supermarket are getting bigger,” Blanch said. “This is a growing problem.” Blanch and his congregation decided it was ...


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