GFCO

AcronymDefinition
GFCOGluten-Free Certification Organization (Auburn, WA)
GFCOGerman Federal Cartel Office
GFCOGroup Fire Control Officer (UK)
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Suppliers in North America may decide to choose between GFCO, the most popular scheme in the US, and GFCP, endorsed by the North American coeliac organization.
GFCO is one of the leading globally recognized, credible and robust gluten-free certification programs.
Though they don't have the GFCO certification, they are made with sulfite-free coconut, invert sugar, sugar, potato starch, and egg whites, and contain eggs and nuts.
Jungle Grub[R] Snack Bars are USDA Organic and Certified Gluten-Free by GFCO.
The mixes are certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) and produced in dedicated gluten-free facilities according to GFCO standards.
GFCO inspects products for gluten and doesn't certify products for any other potential allergens.
What sets it apart from other snack bars on the market is our high-quality ingredients including many low-GI ingredients and chia seeds that provide a good source of omega-3, plus it's Non-GMO Project Verified, GFCO certified gluten-free, and Kosher Parve.
Cynthia Kupper, executive director of the GFCO program (a certification agency for gluten-free) says that to date, the organization has performed audits in 12 countries.
Company officials say the healthy comfort food is high in fiber, non GMO, dairy and casein free, low in sodium, GFCO certified gluten-free and Kosher OU Parve and has no transfat or cholesterol.
The GFCO has certified more than 200 Jones Dairy Farm products as gluten-free.
CHICAGO -- Whole Bakers, a GFCO (Gluten Free Certification Organization) certified gluten-free and kosher-certified specialty baked goods company, announced today that Robert McAuliff has joined the company as President, Sales and Marketing.