GFCO

AcronymDefinition
GFCOGluten-Free Certification Organization (Auburn, WA)
GFCOGerman Federal Cartel Office
GFCOGroup Fire Control Officer (UK)
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For example, the crossed grain symbol scheme requires audits for the manufacturing facilities and testing of the finished product, whereas, GFCO requires ongoing testing of products and equipment, and an annual audit.
The GFCO currently permits products with less than 10 ppm to be labeled gluten-free (Pietzak 2005) and it uses both ELISA and Skeritt, another testing method, in its certification process (Thompson and Mendez 2008).
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.
Garsow notes that several gluten-free certification organizations have symbols respected by gluten-free consumers, with the most common one being the GFCO logo.
FRANCE - Ajaccio GFCO 3, Nice 1; Angers 0, Guingamp 0; Lorient 1, Rennes 1; Montpellier 2, Bastia 0.
Didion Milling, Cambria, WI, has earned gluten-free certification from The Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO).
Pasta Prima's Gluten Free Ravioli is the first fresh pasta to be certified g-free and carries the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) symbol.
The mixes are certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) and produced in dedicated gluten-free facilities according to GFCO standards.
Two seals are offered: Certified Gluten-Free covering retail grocery products through the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) program (www.CFC0.org) and Certified Food Service covering restaurants and other outside dining options (www.GFFoodSeryice.org).
Packaged in an easy-to-use, just-add-water container, the gluten-free selections bear the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) symbol, while certain varieties are kosher-certified by the Orthodox Union (OU).