Living gluten free in 2018 is so much easier than it was a decade ago, when I found out I could no longer partake in most of my favorite foods, including Disneyland churros. However, over the years I found other sensitivities to foods (dairy, soy, other grains) that affected more than just my gut, but also my mind and mental wellness.
Today, this lifestyle is becoming more typical for my family as we are shifting our mindset together to more whole foods, organic, mostly grain-free and always being extra careful about my daughter’s life threatening allergy to peanuts and legumes.
I was so excited to find out that there is an expo dedicated to connecting brands that offer all gluten free foods to consumers! With over ten sponsors and eighty (yes 80) gluten free brands, it will take two days to get through each booth and learn at the educational classes about living gluten free and allergen friendly, whether for yourself, your loved ones or to increase your awareness for others.
About the GFAF Expo
The event is two days:
November 17th & 18th, 2018
10 am - 3 pm both days.
Location: San Mateo County Event Center - Fiesta Hall
Parking is $12 per day (no in/out privileges)
What do you get with your ticket?
Coupons from the best gluten-free & allergen-friendly brands
FREE samples from exhibitors- baked goods, pizza, healthy options & more
Discounted products available for purchase
Informative classes related to the gluten-free & allergen-friendly lifestyle
Free reusable bag to carry your goodies
The chance to meet your favorite brands, restaurants, authors & bloggers
Adults (Ages 13+):
$15 - 1 day or $25 weekend pass
Kids (Ages 3-12):
$5 - 1 day or $7 weekend pass
Early bird promo code: ADVANCE for 20% off tickets through November 16, 2018!
Follow along with me on social @camilledashana (twitter & IG) and the hashtag #GFAFExpo - Hope to see you there!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. I will earn a small commission through each ticket purchased. I am attending this event as a media professional and will receive complimentary access to the Expo in order to report and share my experience with my readers.