For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.
For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.

Where to eat gluten-free in Hong Kong – and still get a foodie high

These places cater to your dietary needs, while satisfying your culinary desires

Topic |   Food and Drinks
For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.
For the 1 per cent of the population who suffer from coeliac disease, or those who have gluten sensitivities, wheat is a definite ‘no’ in the daily diet.
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