New from Caputo.......Gluten & Milk Free Flour.
Wow, this is awesome, Matt!! Thanks for sharing this!
The million-dollar question, of course, is whether this flour is produced in a facility that also produces regular flour...which would make it unsafe for celiacs to consume.
I always like to share the story of how I called Speerville (a flour mill selling flours in Atlantic Canada) about their rice flour (which is normally gluten free). I asked them whether their rice flour was produced on the same equipment as their regular flour, and they said it was--and that they could not guarantee that there would not be cross-contamination.
In Caputo's case, as a celiac, I would really want to find out where this Fioreglut flour is made and under what conditions. But it does sound very promising! I may have to follow up with them...if I find out anything I'll post it here.