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Atly Unveils Game-Changing Gluten-Free Eats Map: A Revolution in Safe Dining Discovery

Atly's Gluten-Free Eats map simplifies dining discovery for gluten-free and celiac community. Safety rankings, user-centric features, and expert validation redefine location discovery.

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Atly Unveils Game-Changing Gluten-Free Eats Map: A Revolution in Safe Dining Discovery

Atly Unveils Game-Changing Gluten-Free Eats Map: A Revolution in Safe Dining Discovery

Atly, a pioneering social mapping platform, has officially launched its Gluten-Free Eats map, setting a new benchmark in dining discovery for the gluten-free and celiac community. This innovative map, featuring an initial listing of 28,000 gluten-free friendly restaurants, cafes, and eateries, is designed to significantly simplify the search for safe dining options. Developed through comprehensive research and collaboration with dieticians, nutritionists, and the gluten-free community, the map emphasizes safety, specificity, and user ease.

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Revolutionizing Gluten-Free Dining

Gluten intolerance and celiac disease affect a growing number of individuals worldwide, making the search for safe dining options a critical challenge. Traditional search platforms and apps often fall short, offering outdated information and a lack of critical safety details. Atly's Gluten-Free Eats map addresses these issues head-on, providing users with a meticulously curated database of dining options. Each listing includes detailed safety level rankings, developed in collaboration with dieticians and nutritionists, and direct verification of the restaurants' gluten-free practices.

User-Centric Features and Community Engagement

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Atly's commitment to the gluten-free community is evident in the map's user-centric features. A unique classification system allows users to navigate dining options based on their sensitivity levels, from 100% gluten-free and celiac-friendly to establishments that may not have celiac-specific safety standards but are still suitable for those with gluten intolerance. The map also fosters a health-centric community, encouraging users to share recommendations, report issues, and contribute to the collective knowledge base, all supported by expert and peer validation.

A Bright Future for Gluten-Free Discovery

Uriel Maslansky, CEO and Co-Founder of Atly, expresses pride in providing a resource that not only meets the real needs of the gluten-free and celiac community but also redefines the way people discover new dining spots. The Gluten-Free Eats map is just the beginning, with plans to expand the database and continue revolutionizing location discovery for various needs and preferences. Early-bird subscribers can access the map for a monthly fee, promising a transformative resource for navigating gluten-free dietary restrictions.

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