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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Caesar's Gluten-Free Gnocchis

Caesar's Pasta Products announced two additional gluten-free pasta products in this press release.

Potato Gnocchi & Spinach Potato Gnocchi. Both of these new pastas are All Natural, Vegan Pastas, rich in flavor and made with the same quality that Caesar's is known for.

"We are thrilled with the success of our first four Gluten-free, wheat-free pasta meals. We receive letters from consumers who have Celiac disease and other gastrointestinal issues which prohibit many people from enjoying the timeless tradition of an Italian meal, and this positive feedback encouraged us to expand the line. We are very pleased and proud of these two Gnocchi pastas and feel they represent the same quality and taste that we strive for in all our foods. We are excited to also be opening our line of specialty pastas to those that eat only vegan foods as well as those that are lactose intolerant. The new Potato and Spinach Gnocchi have absolutely no animal products," said Ronald Lodato, Sr., Vice President at Caesar's Pasta.

You can check over at their website for more information but be warned: it seems to be totally flash animation, making finding specifics impossible. I don't know why companies do this but here's a plea to them to stop the nonsense. Give us information, not pretty pictures.

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