The Allergen Control Group Adds Training Services to Strengthen Their Portfolio of Product Offerings

April 8, 2014

The Allergen Control Group welcomes Bill Green as their new Senior Manager of Training to enhance and broaden the ACG product offerings.

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) April 08, 2014

Paul Valder, President of The Allergen Control Group (ACG), the corporation that owns and manages the North American Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) endorsed by the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) and the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is pleased to announce that Bill Green has recently joined the ACG Team to fill its newly created position for Senior Manager of Training Services.

Effective today, I am pleased to welcome Mr. Bill Green as Senior Manager of Training Services, for ACG. Bill is an Honours graduate of the University of Western Ontario and brings over 25 years of experience in senior advisory and management positions with an employee-owned private corporation and several major Canadian financial institutions. He has developed and implemented training solutions for teams globally including New York, Los Angeles, Geneva, Barbados, and Bahamas.

According to Paul Valder; “Bill will initially be responsible for developing, implementing and supporting our various training, education and seminar activities, associated with our on-line, public and on-site products and services needs adopting ACG’s proprietary Learning Management System Software. Key program areas of focus will include: gluten-free food industry best practices training, third party auditor certification, and internal auditor training for manufacturers of gluten-free products. I am very excited about these enhanced and new service offerings and feel it can only help us to strengthen the food safety and gluten management programs, which we will continue to innovate for the global marketplace.”

About the Allergen Control Group Inc. (ACG)

The Allergen Control Group Inc. is a Canadian privately held corporation comitted to enhancing the quality of life for consumers with celiac disease and through the delivery of their Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) and related solutions to help those sufferring from allergens. The company is located in Milton, Ontario CANADA.


About the Gluten-Free Certification Program

The Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) was developed so consumers can shop with confidence by selecting those safe, reliable and gluten-free products displaying the GFCP trademark and is endorsed by the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness and the Canadian Celiac Association.

The GFCP is a voluntary certification program designed to help manufacturers and brand owners to differentiate their gluten-free products from the increasing clutter of gluten-free claims, by displaying the GFCP endorsed trademark. The GFCP is founded on a robust true third-party audit certification process at the manufacturing facility, which verifies their ability to regularly meet the stringent GFCP requirements, when managing gluten as part of their ongoing food safety programs.


About the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is a US-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that drives diagnoses of celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders and improves the quality of life for those on a lifelong gluten-free diet. For more information visit http://www.CeliacCentral.org.

About the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA)

The Canadian Celiac Association is the national voice for people who are adversely affected by gluten, and is dedicated to improving diagnosis and quality of life. Based in Mississauga, Ontario with 28 Chapters across the country, its mission includes advocacy, education, research and community support.


For news media information, please contact:

Tricia Ryan, VP Marketing

The Allergen Control Group


866-817-0952 ext. 230

416-999-2043 (cell)

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