What gluten free certifications/governing bodies do you follow? (A discussion, hopefully)

There are numerous gluten free governing bodies out there. I think it would be interesting and useful to know more about these, and why people follow them.

For example, I swear by products certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. (They hav the bold GF logo in a circle, usually accompanied by the words “Certified Gluten Free”.) The products bearing this logo are guaranteed to be 10 ppm or lower, which is a standard that matches my overly sensititve reaction to even small traces of gluten.

By contrast, I believe products bearing the gluten free certification from the Canadian Celiac Association are only (I believe) guaranteed to be under 20 ppm. That’s good for most people, but I suspect it is too high a limit for me based on previous experience.

I’m interested in learning what others have to say. What do you look for? Why? Any insight is appreciated here.

Thanks to the Courtesy of :

https://www.reddit.com/r/glutenfree/comments/fwl69l/what_gluten_free_certificationsgoverning_bodies/

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