Go Dairy Free Announces Affordable Priority Shipping for Book Orders to Canada, Europe, Australia, and Beyond

London, United Kingdom, February 11, 2009 --(PR.com)-- In an effort to alleviate the high costs associated with purchasing internationally produced books, the website www.godairyfree.org is now offering affordable flat fee priority shipping on international orders of the book “Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living.” The new shipping rates will include priority shipping to Canada for just $6.00 USD and priority shipping to Europe, Australia, and all other countries that the United States Postal Service ships to for just $8.00 USD. The flat fee rate will apply regardless of quantities purchased.

Last week GoDairyFree.org released free priority shipping within the United States. However, increasing requests from milk-free consumers outside of the U.S. has led to the introduction of this lower price offering to customers worldwide.

Alisa Fleming, the author of Go Dairy Free stated, “We had a great response to the new shipping offer, but international customers were dismayed because copies of Go Dairy Free were prohibitively priced in their own country. To alleviate this, we are offering regular retail pricing, with no international mark-ups, and a flat priority shipping rate to keep the book affordable for people around the globe and allow them to receive it in a very timely manner.”

Go Dairy Free the guide and cookbook merges in depth information on how to successfully live dairy-free with roughly 225 recipes. The first half of the guide is filled with health information, shopping tips and lists, calcium resources, answers to important FAQ’s, and several chapters dedicated to creating, using, and purchasing dairy substitutes. The recipes include essentials (e.g., Pizzas and Puddings), accents (e.g., Béchamel and Whipped Buttery Spreads), and indulgences (e.g., Savory Cheesy Scones and Bittersweet Truffles). The recipes rely primarily on whole foods, rather than specialty products, to aid in the ease of finding ingredients regardless of location.

Go Dairy Free was initially created for those who live with milk allergies, lactose intolerance, or who must follow a casein-free diet, but it has evolved to also help those who are seeking to reduce or eliminate dairy from their diet for general health, disease prevention, and/or weight loss. The book is also egg allergy-friendly, vegan-friendly, and it caters to multiple food allergies (soya, gluten, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts) with an easy to read food allergy index.

To take advantage of the international priority shipping of the book Go Dairy Free, visit http://www.godairyfree.org/Go-Dairy-Free-Guidebook.html

Book Details:
Title: Go Dairy Free
Subtitle: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living
Author: Alisa Marie Fleming
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Fleming Ink (November 10, 2008)
ISBN: 978-0979128622
Retail Price: $19.95

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