The Eroski Foundation and the Euskadi Celiac Association (EZE) have renewed the collaboration agreement they signed last year to work together to improve the conditions of purchase of food products for people with celiac disease that require a specific diet.

With this agreement, the cooperative once again promotes the improvement of the offer of gluten-free products of the brand that currently has more than 2,500 products. In addition, it is committed to having its own brand of specific products without certified gluten and the new additions will be tested by EZE associates.

“For the last year we have a new line of specific products without gluten that add to the more than 500 guaranteed gluten-free products of our own brand.With the renewal of this agreement we take a step further in our commitment to meet the nutritional needs specific to those people who need a specific diet, in this case celiac disease, framed within our Commitments in health and sustainability “, said the director of Health and Sustainability of Eroski, Alejandro Martínez Berriochoa.


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