There's a gluten-free pop-up store opening in Dublin
You won't want to miss this.
A gluten-free pop-up store is opening in Dublin to mark Coeliac Awareness Week. The awareness week runs from May 8th to 14th and the store, Unglu-d, will be open on 53 South William Street, Dublin 2 for the duration.
The creator of this idea and the pop-up is Aileen Markey who is herself a Coeliac. Aileen was diagnosed two years ago and went on a quest to find the best products out there. Aileen wanted to find a way to test the concept of having a store that is completely dedicated to Coeliacs and those who are Gluten Intolerant.
Unglu-d has partnered with some of the biggest gluten-free brands to bring you a special gluten-free shopping experience.
The brands involved include Odlums, BFree, Broderick's, Ballymaloe, Cool Beans and Kelkin.
A selection of products will be on sale and all of the proceeds will go to the Coeliac Society of Ireland. On Saturday, May 13th, Kelkin will be sampling their new products and their dietitian Yvonne Finnegan will in store between 11am-1pm to answer any questions.