Gluten Free Registry HD
By Gluten Free Registry LLC
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Gluten Free Registry is the leading curated database of gluten free friendly restaurants, coffee houses, grocers, caterers and more. Our database contains over 45,000+ business locations in North America and other parts of the world, and we receive new business submissions every day. Now this information about gluten free friendly businesses is available on your iPhone, iPod and iPad. So far over 2.1 million people have used our website and apps!
Some of the features in our app include:
* Powered by our extensive curated database of gluten free friendly businesses, not a web search
* Database includes not only restaurants, but also bakeries, coffee houses, grocers, caterers and more
* View businesses on a map or listed by proximity
* View restaurant menus (available for over 12,200 locations!)
* Read reviews and ratings by the gluten free community
* View their website
* Indicator for newly added restaurants
* Easily search different locations
* Suggest your favorite businesses
* Share a link to the business registry via email
B = Bakery
C = Caterer/Chef
D = Dessert
G = Grocer
H = Hospital
J = Coffee/Java
R = Restaurant
V = Vacation/Resort
United States 24603
United Kingdom 388
New Zealand 38
What's New in Version 1.5
* Added button on map to search other cities
* Fixed crashing issue
* Fixed missing info icon
A good start
App comes from a website that help celiacs and those with wheat allergies find gluten-free food, both in stores and restaurants. It's probably largely volunteer and that occasionally shows. It relies on its users to essentially crowd-source what is available. Chain are better represented than local businesses. Map can be slow to load at times and it would be nice if you could plan ahead and enter a location instead of scrolling to your destination. It's functional. The data however is very useful, especially when traveling.
I've been using this app for 3 years and it is amazing, particularly when I'm traveling. I love that I can add (non-chain) local restaurants as I travel and hope other celiacs will do the same to keep this a growing, dynamic resource for people with wheat allergies.
An essential tool for us. Especially when we travel!