BBC Radio Surrey aired a story on gluten-freeWhen a food has less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten so it is safe for people with coeliac disease to eat.
prescription cuts on their breakfast show, which ran from 7 - 10am on 24 March. The story, which was repeated at regular intervals throughout the morning, included live interviews with Coeliac UK Member Janice Hennessy and Sarah Sleet, Chief Executive of the Charity. A representative from NHSNational Health Service Surrey also spoke on the issue.
You can listen to these again at BBC iPlayer, the interviews are at 0:20:48 and 01:22:10 and the restrictions are mentioned in the 7 o'clock news at 0:00:42 and the 8 o'clock news at 1:00:02.