Ohio college opens entirely gluten-free dining hall

As I bought some gluten-free lasagna sheets for Amy before the heat becomes to oppressive for lasagna, I was reminded of Kent State.

Cleveland.com reports that Kent State University restructured Prentice Cafe in Prentice Hall after administrators noticed a rising number of students with intolerance to gluten.

Kent State says it’s the first campus to offer an entire dining hall that’s certified gluten-free. The cafe was certified by the Gluten-Free Food Services Certification Program, which is a food safety program.

Gluten-free is not a food safety issue, except for those who are celiac or intolerant.