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I've had multiple mixed IBS and gluten-like reactions from Planter's honey roasted peanuts. I bought Wegman's brand honey roasted peanuts (labeled gluten free) to just make sure it was the brand and not peanuts in general and I'm totally fine (eating them now actually).

 

The only difference in ingredients is that Planter's uses fructose and corn starch whereas Wegman's uses potato starch and no fructose. I do have an IBS reaction (but not glutened) to Wegman's corn pasta but not corn tortillas or chips. 

 

Has anyone else had an issue with Planter's?

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I eat Planters honey roasted peanuts. Sounds like you might have an issue with processed corn like corn starch?

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I've also reacted to Wegman's corn pasta (not consistently though) but don't react to corn tortillas/chips. I tried googling to see if anyone had issues with their corn pasta but didn't find any good info.

 

As for the peanuts, it could be cross contamination.

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I agree with Karen.

 

I had issue with planter's dry-roasted and for a time was very confused as they should have been "safe".  Some time later I had issue with planter's plain salted peanuts...what the heck?

 

Turns out I was intolerant of peanuts - not allergic.  When we remove gluten - sometime other temporary intolerances rear their ugly heads.

 

Planters/Kraft is one of the safest companies around as far as gluten disclosure.

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I've had multiple mixed IBS and gluten-like reactions from Planter's honey roasted peanuts. I bought Wegman's brand honey roasted peanuts (labeled gluten free) to just make sure it was the brand and not peanuts in general and I'm totally fine (eating them now actually).

 

The only difference in ingredients is that Planter's uses fructose and corn starch whereas Wegman's uses potato starch and no fructose. I do have an IBS reaction (but not glutened) to Wegman's corn pasta but not corn tortillas or chips. 

 

Has anyone else had an issue with Planter's?

I had a reaction this very afternoon to Planters honey-roasted peanuts (a small pack), but I have been eating Jiff Natural peanut butter wil no ill effects. 20 minutes after eating the peanuts I felt as though I'd been sedated; thirty minutes later my teeth were hurting and my eyes starting watering.

 

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I have a peanut intolerance to begin with, but I can tell you that I've had the honey roasted cashews with no issues (so far at least.)

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