A gluten-free sequel for a bread and pasta shop

At Agata & Valentina, a 30-year-old Italian supermarket on the Upper East Side, customers stock up on pastas, load their carts with homemade bread and pick up plenty of cookies imported from Italy.

The titular Valentina Puleo is not one of them. Daughter of the founders, Agata and Joe Museo, she stopped eating gluten about 10 years ago when she developed celiac disease, an immune reaction to the protein found in wheat and some other grains. Puleo began adding her favorite gluten-free products to the flagship Agata & Valentina, which she runs with her family, but there was only so much shelf space.

Last week, to solve her

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