Zara pulls ‘gluten free’ graphic shirt amid outrage it trivializes disease

Zara is discovering that gluten-free community isn’t full of laughs. The fashion brand has pulled a T-shirt from shelves that read “Are you gluten free?,” a misfired joke intended to mock the diet fad. Yet, some people felt the shirt was offensive because cutting out the ingredient is a life-saving necessity for those with celiac disease. The shirt sparked an outrage online, prompting a Change.Read the full article

  • Zara forced to pull 'are you gluten-free' t-shirt - Marta Casadesus, from Terrassa, Spain, started a petition on to have the garment taken off sale after customers argued the slogan 'Are you gluten free' trivialised coeliac disease.