I am not sure if thats the article @nwoll27 because i read it way way back, but it could be that i am misremembering and that was indeed the same article or derived from the same study atleast because i didnt find an article that explicitly states that 30% people are on a gluten free diet. In that case its my mistake to have said 30% are on a gluten free diet. I shouldnt have said it unless i was sure.
But i will stick to my original point people…it could be a good business opportunity to go gluten free by ‘bringing gluten levels little more lower in order to claim the gluten free label’. This could be a good ‘selling point’. Maybe not for the next version, but for soylent 2.0? It could make soylent consumable for more people like the person whose post was just above my original comment about this. And this will also help in soylent competing with other products like it.