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Giveaway for Celiac Awareness Month


May is Celiac Awareness Month

Find helpful resources on the Canadian Celiac Association website

All Holy Crap cereal products are certified Gluten Free by the CCA and display the GFCP seal. Find out more about about Holy Crap cereals certifications

Holy Crap is Guilt Free Gluten Free - the Perfect choice for Celiacs

If you’ve ever looked at the labels in your local grocer’s gluten-free aisle, you know that all gluten-free foods are not made the same.

Just because it’s gluten free, that doesn’t mean it’s healthy. Most gluten-free cereals on the market are made with refined corn, rice, or other flours and refined sugars.

These processed food products can cause sugar imbalances in the body. With Holy Crap cereals, you can enjoy gluten-free whole food that offers high fibre, high protein, minerals and nutrients you need for optimum health. Plus, it’s delicious!

If you’re looking for ways to include more healthy gluten-free foods in your diet, Holy Crap is the perfect breakfast food.

  • Holy Crap cereal only contains real unprocessed ingredients.
  • It's rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 and high in protein. 
  • Tens of thousands of customers–like you–seeking a healthy gluten free breakfast food eat Holy Crap every day.

Kathy Smart "Gluten Free eating is all about finding a food that is both delicious AND nutritious. Holy Crap cereal has achieved both!" Kathy Smart, Global News Health Correspondent, North America's Gluten Free Expert, TV Show Host, Chef, Best Selling Author and Dr. Oz Guest


  • Iam sickofbeng sick, I would like to try this! Ive heard great things

    Alicia marchildon
  • I don’t have celiac disease, however eating Holy Crap cereals makes me feel healthier and keep the wait off.

  • This cereal keeps me full much longer than anything else I’ve tried and it’s all natural and healthy. I have a sensitivity to gluten so this is perfect for me.

    Debbie Nichol McDonald
  • I don’t have Celiac disease, however my daughter has an intolerance to gluten, so is on a gluten free diet.

    Rosanne Robinson
  • I need together back on the bandwagon and start eating healthy. This might be the kickstart that I need.


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