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Alka Seltzer Fruit Chews
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Hey all, I recently went out and bought some Alka Seltzer Fruit Chews because I was tired of chalky Tums. However, after scouring the internet, I only found one person's post saying that they were NOT gluten free.

 

I just got off the phone with the manufacturer who told me:

 

"We do not add any gluten to the product but we cannot guarantee that they are 100% gluten free because other products manufactured in the same place may contain gluten."

 

I asked- "So it's just a cross-contamination issue?" and she said yes.

 

Hope this helps others who may have been wondering!

 

 

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I've been avoiding Alka Seltzer because it isn't gluten-free, which is too bad because it was my go-to medicine before going gluten-free. It would be great if they came out with a product that was gluten-free.

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