Tips for kids
Gluten-free life with kids? We make it child’s play!
Making life gluten-free when you have children can be a particularly challenging task. We have put together some tips to make life without gluten the easiest. Er have tips for everyday situtations– school, leisure time, activities and sports or evenon vacation.
Back to School
It's fall at Schar, which means summer is coming to an end, kids are returning from camp, and it's almost time to start shopping for school supplies. For many gluten-free parents, it's time to start thinking about gluten-free lunches and the potential for cross contamination at school.
Gluten-free Summer Camp Fun is waiting for you
Summer time for kids means vacation and camp. For this month’s download features, we have compiled a list of camps either dedicated to the gluten-free lifestyle or make provisions for children on a gluten-free diet.
School parties and the holidays
Holiday time for school children is a time of celebration, parties, special treats, and wonderment. But they can also be a time of worry for parents of children with special dietary needs. It is important to communicate to the teacher and school staff.
Gluten-Free Trick or Treat Tips
One of the main attractions for the month of October, especially if you have children in the house is Halloween. Trick or treating is easy gluten-free. There are many main stream candies that are naturally gluten-free.
Milly is here!
We would like to introduce you to our mascot Milly. Milly has been helping families cope with celiac disease in Europe for many years. We at Schar USA are proud to have Milly join our team too!
When children travel alone
A pounding heart, butterflies in the stomach, extra worries. Will everything go as planned? When your child travels alone for the first time, even if it is only for an overnight trip with the school - every parent shares these concerns.
Avoiding the school cafeteria blues
The warm days of summer are getting shorter. August is the month of transition, from lazy days at the beach to thinking ahead to the fall. Whether your child is in preschool or college, the month of August means that school is just around the corner.
“Mummy, are we nearly there yet?”
Long car journeys with children are often exhausting, boring and take their toll on your nerves. But this does not have to be the case. With a bit of preparation bad moods need never be an issue when you are on the way to your holiday destination.