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Editable posters and symbols for gluten-free products

Edit a gluten-free template

Use the gluten-free logo or symbol to create your restaurant menu and product promotions for celiacs with our online graphic editor EDIT.org.

Create a poster to communicate your gluten-free products offer

Do you run a restaurant or pizzeria, and do you offer gluten-free food on your menu? Is your bakery special for celiacs? Do you sell cosmetic products with guarantees of gluten-free contamination? Communicate the promotions of your gluten-free products visually to attract celiacs and anyone who wants to eat or consume more healthily.

Use the editable templates from EDIT.org for your business

Include the most commonly used symbols and logos for gluten-free products

The best way to indicate the absence of gluten is through gluten-free icons expressing it clearly and visibly. Many of them are composed of a barred spike and a small supporting text. In EDIT.org, find a great variety of them, in addition to uploading your own graphic resources. These are the types of logos that will be most useful to you:

How the EDIT.org editor works

  1. It is an online graphic editor with lots of free templates, gluten free images and other graphic resources related.
  2. Select the design you need
  3. Edit it
  4. Save it
  5. Download the file in JPG, PNG or PDF format ready to print, upload online, share on social media, etc. 


Customize the posters and flyers of gluten-free products

You can customize any of the templates. It is easier than editing a Word document, but with the advantage of obtaining an impressive result, just as if you have hired a graphic designer, but much faster since you only have to select the one you need and adapt it for your brand. It will take less than 5 minutes, and you do not need design knowledge. With just some clicks, modify the texts and their typography, change the background colors, upload your logo or incorporate any of the thousands of graphic resources from the publisher's database, all free of copyright.


Share your images of products for celiacs on social networks

Give life to your company's Facebook or Instagram with your proposals. Posting twice a week will help keep your community of followers active. We recommend mixing posts of three or four different types: one about products, another about services (home delivery, customer service, etc.), one with related tips, and finally, another showing something about your team.


Create your banners, posters, flyers now... for free and in just a few clicks!

Wait no more! Click on any image in this article, find many templates with symbols for products suitable for coeliacs. Enter the editor and connect your business with celiac communities and convert them into new customers.

Edit a gluten-free template
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