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Win a $500 prize pack from Udi's in support of Celiac Awareness Month (CONTEST)

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DH Vancouver Staff May 05, 2015 8:50 am

Did you know that about 350,000 Canadians have Celiac disease, and more than two million have a gluten sensitivity? In fact, a study by Udi’s Gluten Free found that 17 per cent of British Columbians have cut or reduced gluten in their diet. The vast majority of people who reduce or eliminate gluten from their diets say they feel healthier, happier and more energetic.

In support of Celiac Awareness Month this month, Udi’s is giving away a $500 prize pack that features their new line of tasty, convenient frozen food entrées, like zesty burritos and hearty pastas – all certified gluten-free.

Image: Udi's Gluten Free

Image: Udi’s Gluten Free

Contest

To enter to win a $500 prize pack from Udi’s on Friday, May 15, do at least one of the following:

1. Tweet the following on Twitter: (1 entry)

  • Win a $500 prize pack from @UdisGlutenFree via @VancityBuzz http://ow.ly/MxEtE RT to enter!

2. Leave a comment below telling us your favourite Udi’s Gluten Free Burrito flavour: spicy southwest veggie, chicken or bean & green chile. (1 entry)

3. Follow the new Vancity Buzz Food Twitter account – @VCBFood. Leave a comment below telling us once you have. (1 entry)

Contest entries will be accepted from time and date of publishing until 11:59 p.m. PST on May 14, 2015. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they enter by.

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