A question regarding advocacy at the grocery store. I went to Western Beef, a new for our area large grocery store which primarily caters to our wonderful multicultural population. There were lots of choices of root vegetables and some different fruit, spices, etc. However, there were essentially no packaged gluten free foods - no gf crackers, gf bread or gf cereals. I suggested to one of the managers the need to offer more of these products. He told me about the "health food" section , which I had already seen that had nothing. Do you provide a list to the store of products they should consider carrying? Another question, re things like sardines in tomato sauce in cans - or other fish products in cans - are there specific ingredients to avoid or do you not buy if it doesn't state GF? What if it says : sardines, tomato sauce, salt. Would you buy it?