Author Archives: Erin Smith

About Erin Smith

Living with celiac disease since 1981 and eating gluten-free long before it was "trendy", Erin Smith has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community; Founded Gluten-Free Fun in 2007; Founded Gluten-Free Globetrotter® in 2011; Founded GlutenFreelancer® in 2014. Erin was the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community of more than 2,000 members for over a decade. She is the founder of the Santa Cruz Celiac support group. Erin currently resides in New York City and lives 100% gluten-free.

It’s About Time…

Notice anything different? My blog was looking how I feel most days… OLD. I worked with a designer on my new logo over a year ago but totally slacked on the website redesign. First, came the second cross-country move in … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Globetrotter at Nourished Festival New Jersey

Join me on Saturday, October 5th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center for the 2019 Nourished Festival (Formerly the Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo). I will be walking the Festival floor all day Saturday looking for delicious gluten-free treats. This … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Awards Top 30 Gluten Free Influencers of 2019

  I am honored to be named one of the top 30 Gluten Free Influencers in the 10th Annual Gluten Free Awards. These awards are nominated and chosen by readers like you! It is always such a delight to be … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Globetrotter is Still Here!

Hi, remember me?? I am still here. For those of you who are new here, WELCOME! For those of you who are old friends, thanks for sticking by me during a summer hiatus. As you may or may not know, … Continue reading

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8 Years of Gluten-Free Globetrotter

This month marks 8 years of this Gluten-Free Globetrotter website. This is quite the milestone considering it takes on average 6-10 years to even get a celiac diagnosis in the United States. I have been living and traveling gluten-free since … Continue reading

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