Gluten Free Disclaimer· Under the FDA, a product cannot be labeled as “GLUTEN FREE” unless the following conditions are met! Excerpt from FDA Food Labeling Regulations: FDA proposes to define the term “gluten free” to mean that a food bearing this claim in its labeling does not contain any one of the following: An ingredient that is a prohibited grain/ An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and that has not been processed to remove gluten/ An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and that has been processed to remove gluten, if the use of that ingredient results in the presence of 20 parts per million (ppm) or more gluten in the food or/20 ppm or more gluten. Based on the food law, a product cannot legally be advertised or promoted on a menu or fact sheet as gluten free UNLESS IT IS! At Mia Famiglia we take great care to ensure that the GF foods offered on this menu are free of gluten and gluten derivatives. Chef Toms has received “Great Kitchen Certificate of Completion”; by completing the NCFA Training and Mia Famiglia Kitchen Inspection. We use special designated equipment in a special designated area in our GF food preparation. Our staff is trained in the care of cross contamination safety. We understand the problem of cross-contamination, When making pizza and breads, flour in the air prevents a guarantee of a purely gluten free environment. However, we do everything within our control to avoid cross-contamination; it is our goal for the gluten free community to dine safely.