Gluten Detection with GlutenTox
Detect even trace amounts of gluten in ingredients, liquids and surfaces.
Developing a perfect gluten-free food isn’t easy – so why let wheat get in the way? The GlutenTox test kits are specially designed to help identify gluten contamination before it harms anyone, allowing individuals and manufacturers to keep their gluten-free items safe for celiac or gluten-sensitive customers.
GlutenTox® Pro, GlutenTox® Pro Surface and GlutenTox® Sticks quickly and accurately detect even trace amounts of gluten, giving you and your customers gluten-free peace of mind.
GlutenTox® Pro holds AOAC certification for detecting gluten in foods and on surfaces, license number 061502. Validation studies showed no cross-reactivity (false positives) and no false negatives, as well as 100% specificity and 100% sensitivity for food testing. Contact us for more detailed information.
GlutenTox Home is the user-friendly version of our professional test kits. With no special equipment or expertise, anyone can identify traces of gluten contamination in the comfort of their own kitchen. Effective on foods, beverages, or ingredients, this gluten test kit requires no special equipment and provides clear results in less than 20 minutes. See below for details.
Every company is different, but the safest gluten-free facilities have a few things in common. Our Best Practices Flowchart shares recommended protocol for using GlutenTox on your gluten-free foods. Contact us for more allergen-free ideas.
You can easily test surfaces for contamination with GlutenTox Pro and Sticks. If you’re doing a lot of environmental testing, we would recommend our GlutenTox Pro Surface kit. It’s easy to check counters, mixers, and other high-risk spots to ensure a safe, gluten-free environment for your products. How easy is it? Full directions are available online.
Still have questions? We want you to test for gluten with complete confidence, so we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions. You’ll find answers on using GlutenTox to check for gluten in foods and learn how the G12 antibody works.