Where Gluten is Found in School and How to Prevent Exposure

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Gluten is a protein in wheat, rye, and barley. While it’s most commonly found in food, gluten is also used in many other items, including school supplies such as Play-Doh®, modeling clay, paper mâché, art supplies, glue, and ingredients used in home economics classrooms. This video highlights common places for gluten cross-contact in learning environments and presents strategies to mitigate the risk of gluten exposure for children with celiac disease.

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