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For Lebanese, the options for eating "cleaner" bread and pastries – whether for health or environmental reasons – are increasing, as new bakeries open in the country offering organic, wheat-free and gluten-free fare.The bakery, based in Tripoli but with its products available throughout Lebanon, opened just over a year ago with the goal of providing bread and pastries made with a greater diversity of grains.Rayan Daou, whose Organic Bakery products can also be found across Lebanon, has chosen the other route, and only uses 100 percent organic ingredients for his company's bread and pastries.In addition to the green and health-conscious nature of Organic Bakery's products, the brand offers gluten-free bread for people suffering from Celiac disease or gluten intolerance.Rising awareness about both gluten intolerance and Celiac disease have lead other local bakeries to offer gluten-free lines of breads and pastries.
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