Gorton’s Grilled Fish is Gluten Free!

Now you can add great-tasting seafood to your diet!

An estimated 1 in 133 people in the United States are living with celiac disease. And while the absence of gluten in the diet of a person with celiac disease alleviates uncomfortable symptoms, it is often a challenge to find gluten free products that are satisfying and taste good.

But now you can be assured that Gorton's Grilled Fish, high-quality fish expertly flame-grilled and seasoned in a variety of mouthwatering flavors, is gluten free. The taste of these savory grilled fillets has remained the same as it always has been, but now procedures have been implemented at the production location to avoid cross-contamination, and there is ongoing monitoring and testing to ensure that our Grilled Fish is gluten free. With the same delicious flavor millions of consumers have come to know and love, the absence of wheat, barley, rye and oats does not subtract from the flavorful taste of these seasoned, flame-grilled fillets.

Some of us at Gorton's have personal experience living with those following a gluten free diet, and that has given us insight into the difficulties of finding high quality, great-tasting gluten free choices. But the demand for great-tasting gluten free options spans beyond those who suffer from celiac disease or gluten intolerance, to those who have realized that their bodies just feel better when they eliminate gluten from their diets.

That is why we are proud to offer our line of gluten free Grilled Fish items, which are available in a wide variety of flavors and species, so you won't get bored with the same old seafood. Gorton's gluten free options include Grilled Tilapia, Grilled Salmon, Grilled Haddock and Grilled Fillets made from flaky white Alaska Pollock, in a wide range of flavors.

To find safe and delicious gluten free recipes using Gorton's Grilled gluten free fish, check out our Recipe Galley. For other recipes that can be easily made gluten free with some ingredient swaps, search "gluten free" in our Galley's keyword search bar.

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