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hi i was wondering if anyone ate lays chips i know on the celtic gluten free list they say they are gluten free thats the plain and salt and vinagar but are made on lines used to make the gluten ones, as anyone ate them safely ? also on the lays stackers ( the ones like pingles) also says on the tube gluten free , again as anyone tried them.? the reason i ask is that last night when i was sat in front of the tv the show i was watching a guy was munching on some chips and i thought i havent eaten them in sooo long and fanced some , i even left the house at 8 pm to go get some but the on my way i started to question the saftey of them and by the time i got to the shop i had talked myself out of them until i had a better understanding of the saftey of them. any one know?? thanks liz

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I eat the Lays stacks with no problems! They are good! Enjoy!

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The lays stax are gluten free and they are made on dedicated gluten free lines. If you have multiple food allergies than you may have to becareful because they do contain milk and soy. The plain ones only contain soy. Enjoy.

Jennifer

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I eat the Natural Thick Cut and the Natural Reduced Fat Ruffles. Both are great and I have had no problems.

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I eat Lays Staxx and their other chips without any problems. They even have a new line out - kettle cooked which I got at Target, and are yummy!

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Eat away and enjoy!!! The Lays Stax are SO good!!! I can't open a can without eating them all!!! :o The pizza flavored and ranch flavored are really good! Yummy!!! Ut-oh... I had better stop or I will be buying some on my lunch! :)

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Kettle cooked Lays are so good, I'm sorry my daughter even GAVE them to me!! Now I have to stay away cause I'm trying to lose weight... (I didn't get the weight loss symptom of celiac disease...)

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Ruffles and Lays Stax are the bomb!!!

I love the Cheddar Lays Stax!!

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thanks all the first thing am going to do is call at the shop before i go get my daughter from school cant wait to try some yummy

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Kettle cooked Lays are so good, I'm sorry my daughter even GAVE them to me!! Now I have to stay away cause I'm trying to lose weight... (I didn't get the weight loss symptom of celiac disease...)

:D I've been wanting to try those--and I didn't get the weight loss type, either! :D:D

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For what its worth, I have had some issues with Lay's regular chips

The Staxx and Ruffles are fine, but reguilar lays (and other flavors) have bothered me before...

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For what its worth, I have had some issues with Lay's regular chips

The Staxx and Ruffles are fine, but reguilar lays (and other flavors) have bothered me before...

the regular chips are on on gluten-free lines, the staxx are, so you probably got some CC issue with the regular.

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Lays Natural Thick Cut Sea Salt chips are the only ones I consistantly do NOT have problems with...even their natural ruffles bother me but boy, do I eat those Natural Sea Salt ones!!!!

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I get sick from Lays chips that aren't made on a dedicated line.

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Lays chips have made me sick in the past. The ones that made me sick were on dedicated lines. I'm guessing that the reactions that I had from the chips were from dairy contamination, but I really have no idea. I just avoid them altogether.

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I can only eat the Lays Staxx without any problems.

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http://www.fritolay.com/fl/flstore/cgi-bin...odID_352992.htm

This address at frito lay tells me that the only flavor of stax that is safe is the original. It also tells me that the lines that they are processed on are only washed after gluten products are processed on them and that they may still have gluten residue on them. They are not Gluten free dedicated lines. Becareful of the information that is being shared on this board. I have been getting sick from eating the sourcream and onion stax. I believed that they were all safe because of the info that was shared here. ;)

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That list is the one for gluten AND casein free... there is a separate list for gluten free only... and all of the Staxx ARE gluten free and on a dedicated line. The flavors besides original do have dairy in them however so if you are sensitive to dairy then stay clear of them.

Do the Ask Kelly thingy on fritolay.com and just type in gluten free... it should bring up the page for just the gluten free items... the link that you showed is the one for gluten AND casein free.

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and it does specifically say that All Lays Stax are made on a dedicated line and all Lays Stax ARE Gluten free... so this information IS accurate. I just can't get my browser to do copy and paste today... <_<

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This is a copy of the Gluten Free List from Frito Lay.

Products Not Containing Gluten

Last updated January 10, 2006

BAKED! CHEETOS® Crunchy Cheese Flavored Snacks

BAKED! CHEETOS® FLAMIN’ HOT® Cheese Flavored Snacks

BAKED! DORITOS® COOLER RANCH® Flavored Tortilla Chips

BAKED! LAY'S® Cheddar & Sour Cream Flavored Potato Crisps

BAKED! LAY’S® Original Potato Crisps

BAKED! LAY’S® Sour Cream & Onion Artificially Flavored Potato Crisps

BAKED! RUFFLES® Cheddar & Sour Cream Flavored Potato Crisps

BAKED! RUFFLES® Original Potato Crisps

BAKED! TOSTITOS® Bite Size Tortilla Chips

BAKEN-ETS® Chile Limon Fried Pork Skins

BAKEN-ETS® Fried Pork Cracklins

BAKEN-ETS® Fried Pork Skins

BAKEN-ETS® Hot ‘N Spicy Flavored Pork Cracklins

BAKEN-ETS® Hot ‘N Spicy Flavored Pork Skins

BAKEN-ETS® Salt & Vinegar Fried Pork Skins

BAKEN-ETS® Sweet & Tangy BBQ Flavored Pork Skins

CHEETOS® ASTEROIDS™ FLAMIN’ HOT® Mini Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® ASTEROIDS™ Mini Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® ASTEROIDS™ XXTRA FLAMIN’ HOT® Mini Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Cheddar Jalapeno Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Crunchy Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® FLAMIN’ HOT® Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® FLAMIN’ HOT® Limon Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Jumbo Puffs Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Jumbo Puffs Cheezy Pizza Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Jumbo Puffs Flamin' Hot Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Natural White Cheddar Puffs Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Puffs Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Puffs Cheezy Pizza Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Reduced Fat Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHEETOS® Twisted Cheese Flavored Snacks

CHESTER’S® Butter Artificially Flavored Popcorn

CHESTER’S® Butter Flavored Puffcorn Snacks

CHESTER’S® Cheese Flavored Popcorn

CHESTER’S® Cheese Flavored Puffcorn Snacks

CHESTER'S® FLAMIN’ HOT® Flavored Fries

CRACKER JACK® Butter Toffee Clusters

CRACKER JACK® Original Caramel Coated Popcorn & Peanuts

DORITOS® Black Pepper Jack Cheese Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® COOL RANCH® Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Fiery Habanero Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Guacamole! Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Light NACHO CHEESIER® Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Mini COOLER RANCH® Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Natural Cool Ranch Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Natural White Nacho Cheese Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Ranchero Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® ROLLITOS® COOLER RANCH® Tortilla Snacks

DORITOS® ROLLITOS® NACHO CHEESIER® Tortilla Snacks

DORITOS® ROLLITOS® Queso Picante! Tortilla Snacks

DORITOS® Salsa Verde Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Spicier Nacho Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Taco Flavored Tortilla Chips

DORITOS® Toasted Corn Tortilla Chips

FRITO LAY® Cashews

FRITO LAY® Deluxe Mixed Nuts

FRITO LAY® FLAMIN’ HOT® Flavored Sunflower Seeds

FRITO LAY® Honey Roasted Peanuts

FRITO LAY® Hot Peanuts

FRITO LAY® Mild Cheddar Flavored Cheese Dip

FRITO LAY® Original Trail Mix

FRITO LAY® Salted Peanuts

FRITO LAY® Smoked Almonds

FRITO LAY® Sunflower Seed Kernels

FRITO LAY® Sunflower Seeds

FRITO LAY® Sweet Honey Trail Mix

FRITOS® Bean Dip

FRITOS® Chili Cheese Dip

FRITOS® FLAVOR TWISTS™ Cheddar Ranch Flavored Corn Chips

FRITOS® FLAVOR TWISTS™ Honey BBQ Flavored Corn Chips

FRITOS® Hot Bean Dip

FRITOS® Jalapeno & Cheddar Flavored Cheese Dip

FRITOS® King Size Corn Chips

FRITOS® Original Corn Chips

FRITOS® SABROSITAS™ Lime ‘N Chile Flavored Corn Chips

FRITOS® SCOOPS!® Corn Chips

FUNYUNS® Mini Onion Flavored Rings

FUNYUNS® Onion Flavored Rings

LAY’S® Cheddar & Sour Cream Artificially Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® Chile Limon Potato Chips

LAY’S® Classic Potato Chips

LAY'S® Creamy Ranch Dip

LAY’S® Deli Style Original Potato Chips

LAY’S® Dill Pickle Flavored Potato Chips

LAY'S® French Onion Dip

LAY'S® French Onion Flavored Dry Dip Mix

LAY'S® Green Onion Flavored Dry Dip Mix

LAY’S® KC MASTERPIECE® BBQ Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® Kettle Cooked Mequite BBQ Flavored Extra Crunchy Potato Chips

LAY’S® Kettle Cooked Jalapeno Flavored Extra Crunchy Potato Chips

LAY’S® Kettle Cooked Regular Potato Chips

LAY’S® Light Original Potato Chips

LAY’S® Lightly Salted Potato Chips

LAY’S® Limon Tangy Lime Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® Natural Country BBQ Thick Cut Potato Chips

LAY’S® Natural Sea Salt Thick Cut Potato Chips

LAY'S® Ranch Flavored Dry Dip Mix

LAY’S® Salt & Vinegar Artificially Flavored Potato Chips

LAY'S® Sensations Kettle Cooked Four Cheese Gourmet Potato Chips

LAY'S® Sensations Kettle Cooked Lime & Black Pepper Potato Chips

LAY'S® Sensations Kettle Cooked Sweet Chili & Sour Cream Potato Chips

LAY’S® Sour Cream & Onion Artificially Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® STAX® Cheddar Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Hidden Valley Ranch Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY'S® STAX® Jalapeno Cheddar Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® KC MASTERPIECE® BBQ Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Monterey Pepper Jack Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Original Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Pizza Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Salt & Vinegar Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® STAX® Sour Cream & Onion Flavored Potato Crisps

LAY’S® Wavy Au Gratin Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® Wavy Hickory BBQ Flavored Potato Chips

LAY’S® Wavy Regular Potato Chips

Maui Style Regular Potato Chips

Maui Style Salt & Vinegar Flavored Potato Chips

MISS VICKIE’S® Jalapeno Flavored Potato Chips

MISS VICKIE'S® Lime & Black Pepper Potato Chips

MISS VICKIE’S® Mesquite BBQ Flavored Potato Chips

MISS VICKIE’S® Original Potato Chips

MUNCHOS® Regular Potato Crisps

NUT HARVEST® Natural Honey Roasted Peanuts

NUT HARVEST® Natural Lightly Roasted Almonds

NUT HARVEST® Natural Nut & Fruit Mix

NUT HARVEST® Natural Sea Salted Peanuts

NUT HARVEST® Natural Sea Salted Whole Cashews

O'KEELY'S® Cheddar & Bacon Potato Skins Flavored Potato Crisps

RUFFLES® Cheddar & Sour Cream Flavored Potato Chips

RUFFLES® French Onion Dip

RUFFLES® French Onion Dip (party bowl)

RUFFLES® French Onion Dry Dip Mix

RUFFLES® KC MASTERPIECE BBQ® Mesquite BBQ Flavor Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Light Cheddar & Sour Cream Flavored Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Light Original Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Natural Reduced Fat Regular Sea Salted Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Ranch Dip

RUFFLES® Ranch Dry Dip Mix

RUFFLES® Reduced Fat Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Regular Potato Chips

RUFFLES® Sour Cream & Onion Flavored Potato Chips

RUFFLES® The Works! Flavor Potato Chips

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RUSTLER’S™ Spicy Flavor Beef Stick

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SABRITAS® Picante Peanuts

SABRITAS® Salt & Lime Peanuts

SANTITAS® Botaneros Salsa Roja Flavored Tortilla Chips

SANTITAS® Botaneros Salsa Verde Flavored Tortilla Chips

SANTITAS® White Corn Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

SANTITAS® Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips

SMARTFOOD® Reduced Fat White Cheddar Cheese Flavored Popcorn

SMARTFOOD® White Cheddar Cheese Flavored Popcorn

TOSTITOS® All Natural Hot Salsa

TOSTITOS® All Natural Medium Salsa

TOSTITOS® All Natural Mild Salsa

TOSTITOS® Bite Size Rounds Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Crispy Rounds Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® GOLD® Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Light Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Medium Organic Salsa

TOSTITOS® Monterey Jack Queso

TOSTITOS® Natural Blue Corn Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Natural Yellow Corn Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Restaurant Style with a Hint of Jalapeno Flavor Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Restaurant Style with a Hint of Lime Flavor Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Restaurant Style Salsa

TOSTITOS® Salsa Con Queso

TOSTITOS® Santa Fe Rounds Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® SCOOPS!® Tortilla Chips

TOSTITOS® Spicy Queso Supreme

TOSTITOS® Thick & Chunky Salsa (party bowl)

TOSTITOS® Zesty Bean & Cheese Dip

TOSTITOS® 100% White Corn Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips

*Our LAY’S® STAX® chips (all flavors) are made on gluten free lines, thus all LAY’S® STAX® products are free of gluten.

*The above products do not contain gluten; however, they are produced on the same line as our products that do contain gluten. Although the lines are washed between batches, a slight residue may remain on the lines. Individuals who are extremely sensitive may be affected.

All Frito-Lay products are labeled accurately with the most current ingredient information. Frito-Lay makes every effort to maintain this list; however, since the ingredients in our snacks are subject to change at any time, we recommend that you check the label on a specific product for the most current and accurate nutritional information. If you need assistance, please contact Frito-Lay Consumer Affairs toll-free at 1-800-352-4477 Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time.

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It does say their products are made on the same line as wheat products and washed in between, so it isnt' a dedicated line. I don't think they have made me sick. Anyone been sick from them?

Monica

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Read the line above that

"*Our LAY’S® STAX® chips (all flavors) are made on gluten free lines, thus all LAY’S® STAX® products are free of gluten. "

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OH good, I didn't see that part.

Monica

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Wow Kimberly: You have a westie? You have no idea how much I want one! :D

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This address at frito lay tells me that the only flavor of stax that is safe is the original. It also tells me that the lines that they are processed on are only washed after gluten products are processed on them and that they may still have gluten residue on them. They are not Gluten free dedicated lines. Becareful of the information that is being shared on this board. I have been getting sick from eating the sourcream and onion stax. I believed that they were all safe because of the info that was shared here.
I almost wonder if the lays chips in Canada are produced differently than in the US. Does anyone know? I got quite ill from eating regular lays STAX. Also, a number of people on this site have said that they see "naturally free of gluten" on the containers. I have never seen a container of lays that says that and I've looked at quite a few stores.
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