We are the national charity for Coeliacs in Ireland
|Mission||Our mission is to improve the quality of life for coeliacs.|
The purpose of this page is to provide a space which allows you to engage in discussion with fellow coeliacs and discuss issues that you are interested in and passionate about. Please feel free to post a message on our wall but note posted comments on this Facebook page do not necessarily represent the views of the Coeliac Society of Ireland. We reserve the right to remove any posts that are irrelevant to the cause at hand, contain inaccuracies or profanity or are offensive in any way. Our page terms and conditions are here: https://www.coeliac-ireland.com/terms-and-conditions/
Visit our online shop here: http://www.coeliac.ie/shop/products
Food List - comprehensive list of food and drink suitable for the gluten free diet, including own brands, everyday foods, everything from baby food to alcohol
Catering List - produced annually for the food service industry, this list is sent to the 500 plus restaurants on the Coeliac Friendly Restaurant List.
Coeliac Ireland newsletter - twice yearly articles and information on living with coeliac disease
Eating Out cards - These cards are invaluable when travelling abroad and eating out in Ireland. They explain in various languages, what is gluten-free and what's not gluten-free as well as some general information on the country you might be travelling to.
Cookery books - Gluten Free All-Sorts
Coeliac Handbook - medical information
Coeliac Lapel Pin - This elegant pin is beautifully designed as a way to support the Society, without saying 'coeliac' or as a conversation starter - wear this pin out and about on your shirt or on your bag, while also supporting your Society.
Children's Wrist Band - This fashionable bracelet with a Coeliac logo charm. Great not only to wear, but to easily raise awareness of this disease. Very useful for kids - any age, to remind other adults or to make them feel special!
Small Shopping Bag - A small tote bag suitable for a quick trip to the shops or for carrying books or other bits and bobs. It's easy to fold and keep in a pocket or handbag. Can also be useful for those times when you need to bring a 'just in case' food bag!
Coeliac Cuisine Cookbook - What to cook and how to cook it on a gluten-free diet
The recipes in this book have been specially chosen, ensuring that all the ingredients used are available in Irish Supermarkets.
Our Food Manager has worked on including relevant baking tips and cross-contamination information, useful for Coeliacs.
The Society's, 96 page, full-colour, hardback cookery book. A lovely gift or addition to a cook book collection.