These gluten-free cookies are made from quinoa

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(NEW YORK) — If you’re gluten-free, you just might go gaga for these new gluten-free cookies.

GoGo Quinoa makes gluten-free and vegan cookies from quinoa flour. The quinoa is sourced directly from Bolivia and all of GoGo Quinoa’s products are fully tested and certified NON-GMO, gluten-free, organic and kosher. They are also rich in protein, fiber and iron.

“This is the best quality of quinoa you can find out there,” Tamar Telfeyan, a company manager, told “GMA” at the Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City.

Over a third of Americans say they’re on a specific diet this year, up from 29 percent in 2016, according to a recent Nielsen survey. Gluten-free diets have been a big trend and brands have been bringing products to market to cater to people with celiac disease or those who may have a gluten intolerance.

GoGo Quinoa’s quinoa cookies are individually wrapped and great to grab on the go or stick in a lunch box.

The best part is you can conveniently buy all these products on Amazon and the Canadian company is expanding to sell more products in the United States.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

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