Pizza, pasta, French fries and beer are standard fare for most college students. But a growing number of students are avoiding these favorite foods and other products containing wheat, barely or rye. They are among the more than 18 million gluten-intolerant Americans. With nearly 9 percent of college students looking for gluten-free options, schools that offer gluten-free dining choices are in demand. More and more colleges and universities are meeting that demand by offering an array of ...
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