Sunday, July 24, 2011

Small disclaimer

I just wanted to interrupt my regular musings with a small disclaimer. I don't normally do many reviews on my blog. Usually, I will write reviews on celiac-disease.com, but the same disclaimer stands there as well. I am always thrilled to receive samples from companies of their new products, and am happy to review them. With that being said, I feel it is important to say it like it is. I want to be honest about my opinions, because that is what I would want to read of a review.

I know some who try products to review and if they don't like it, they just don't review it, but then, what is the point? I understand every product comes from the love and passion of an individual, a company wanting to help out the gluten-free community, and I get that. But I also feel it is important to improve the quality of gluten-free offerings and not just settle, and that is why it is important to be honest and credible. Products and services won't improve unless we say what we really think.

When I come across something new and I search online for reviews, I want to know what people really thought. I don't want to spend $10 for a cookie to find out it is really hard and tasteless.

Basically, the point if this post is to say I will always be honest. If I like, if I love something I will be happy to shout it out. If I am not feeling it, I will say that too. Everyone has different tastes, so one thing I may love, someone else may not and visa versa. I just wanted to point out I will always be honest about my opinions whether I purchase the item myself, or it is given to me for free.


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