The following list is provided as a service to our members. WNYGFDSG does not guarantee that food will be completely Gluten-Free. Remember – WHEAT FREE does not always mean GLUTEN FREE – Be your own best advocate. Eat earlier or later than the average crowd so that you can get the attention you need. Call ahead and make reservations, notifying the restaurant of your needs. Ask questions to be sure that what you are served is in fact gluten-free. Verify fried items are not cross-contaminated by being fried in the same oil as gluten containing foods. Get to know the restaurant’s staff. Being a “regular” has its perks. Tip well — it will be remembered. Click here to view an interactive map of gluten free friendly restaurants and stores in the Western New York area. If you have information on a new gluten free restaurant, product, or company, we’d love to hear about it.
Disclaimer – Although these establishments have items that are Gluten Free, it is important to remember they may still contain gluten through contamination. You are your own best advocate. Wegmans carries a wide variety of Gluten-Free products in their natural foods sections. Also look in the frozen section of the natural foods for more GF products. Wegmans also has hundreds of store brand products that carry the Gluten-Free label and others that are GF but do not have the label. Wegmans offers a list of these products and updates it regularly. Click below to get the latest, updated list.
Products, thanks to the generous donation made by our group. Products: Activities of Daily Living The following links are to commercial product resources. These links are intended to assist the public in learning more about products that can be useful to persons who use wheelchairs or who interact with people who use wheelchairs. The information presented on this page is not intended as medical advice. You should always consult your doctor or other healthcare professional if you have questions or concerns about what products are best for you in both the long and short term. Medical Industries of America – respiratory products. Nellcor Puritan Bennett – respiratory products. Please let us know if you find a link that doesn’t work or have an idea about something to include! Please note: This information is provided a archival information from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wheeled Mobility from 1993 to 2002.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Statendam before her second Signature of Excellence upgrades. During the design of her class there was concern over her ability to meet the strict new SOLAS 90 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea stability requirements which would go into effect in 2010. Culinary Arts Center with demonstration kitchen, expanded children’s and teens’ facilities, enhanced stateroom amenities, and improved dining and enrichment offerings. In August 2013 Statendam was informed by the Glacier Bay National Park ranger station that the nearby Baranof Wind was stranded in the ice of Hopkins Glacier and unable to continue to Glacier Bay National Park. Statendam, upon arrival, lowered lifeboats 8 and 10 to take on the approximately 105 passengers and crew aboard her. They were given safety instructions and dinner before disembarking at Glacier Bay National Park ranger station three hours later. From December 2018 to March 2019 the ship offered cruises from Australia, homeported in Fremantle and Adelaide.
In late March 2018 it was announced her new name will be Vasco da Gama, named after the Portuguese Explorer. Advanced Masterdata for the Vessel Statendam”. Archived from the original on 27 May 2012. Holland America Line’s ms Statendam Completes Signature of Excellence Upgrades”. Cruises to Alaska, Europe, the Caribbean, Mexico and the world on Holland America, one of the best cruise lines”. O to add two new ships as Australian cruises to grow to a million passengers a year by 2016″. Pacific Eden Sold to Cruise and Maritime Voyages”. Giants of the Seas: The Ships that Transformed Modern Cruising. Barnsley, South Yorkshire, UK: Seaforth Publishing.