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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Here in East Coast Thumann's is a deli meat. I've had correspondence with them wherein they've advised that if this mark is on the wrapper it's gluten free: Establishment 7878. We've purchased their product with this marking on the wrapper at the deli dept in supermarket. Has anyone else eaten this product (gluten free version) and found it bothers you as if it had gluten in it?

Thanks,

Debbie

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