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Honey Baked Ham
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Hi,

I emailed to Honey Baked Ham, to see if they have a gluten-free menu. This is what I received back. Not good at all, I'd say! Maybe this has been printed before, but I'm new, and hadn't seen it here, on recent posts.

Nita

Ingredients

Our Honeybaked Hams are cured with:

Water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate and sodium nitrite.

Spices contain:

Processed from: sugar, gelatin, paprika, dextrose, honey powder (honey, high fructose corn syrup, wheat starch, corn syrup, soy flour, hydroxylated lecithin), spices and spice extractives.

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(SS) Smoked & Sliced Turkey Breast

Turkey breast meat, turkey broth, salt,potassium lactate, sodium phosphates, dextrose, sodium diacetate, sodium nitrate, sugar syrup, caramel color, and flavorings.

Also includes spice content

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(SO) Oven Roasted & Sliced Turkey Breast

Turkey breast meat, turkey broth, sodium lactate, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, carrageenan, turkey flavor (natural flavor, mono and diglycerides),

sodium diacetate, flavorings.

Also includes spice content

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(ST) Whole Smoked Turkey

Cured with: Water, salt, dextrose, monosodium Glutamante, Flavorings, sodium nitrite.

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(OT) Whole Oven Roasted Turkey

Water, salt, sugar, hydrolyzed soy & corn protein, monosodium glutamante, dextrose, carmel color, flavoring, spice.

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Cranberry Salad: Cranberries, apples, golden seedless raisins, sliced almonds, water, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate added to protect flavor.

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Soup Mix Spice Packet

Salt, Monosodium Glutamate, Dextrose, Black Pepper, Onion, Paprika, Oregano, Rosemary, Bay, Garlic, Parsley

(PWS) Pork Roast in Wine Sauce

Pork loin rubbed with dehydrated garlic, salt, spice, brown sugar, dehydrated onion, red bell pepper, caramel color, flavoring, parsely, seasoning solution (corn sweeteners, water, distilled vinegar, modified food starch, brown sugar, bourbon spices, natural flavoring, salt, onion powder, sodium benzoate)

CHEESY POTATOES (with our ham)

White potatoes, water, salt, calcium chloride added to help maintain firmness, calcium disodium EDTA added to help promote color retetion.

(Cheddar cheese sauce) Whey, nonfat milk, partially hydrogenated soybean and / or cottonseed oil, cheddar cheese (cultured milk, salt, enzymes, calcium chloride), modified food starch, natural flavors, disodium phosphate, vinegar, salt, lactic acid, mono-and diglycerides, artificial color, sodium citrate, carrageenan.

PORK LOIN BABY BACK RIBS

Pork ribs, sauce {water, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce (soy, garlic, distilled vinegar, corn syrup, salt, spices, flavorings), white distilled vinegar, sugar, wheat flour, salt, mustard flour, soy sauce (water, wheat soybeans, salt), natural smoke flavor, onion, garlic, xanthan gum, caramel color}, water, salt, sugar, spices, paprika, sodium phosphate.

BAKED BEANS

Baked Beans (prepared white beans, water, brown sugar, sugar, salt, mustard, bacon [cured with water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrate], onion powder, caramel color, spices, garlic powder, natural flavor), BBQ Sauce (vinegar, tomato paste, high fructose corn syrup, water, invert sugar, salt, mustard bran, natural hickory smoked flavor, molasses, spices, onion powder, corn syrup, sodium benzoate, garlic powder, caramel color, sugar, natural flavor), Water, Molasses, Onion, Pineapple, Spice, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate added to protect flavor.

MACARONI SALAD

Cooked Enriched Macaroni (semolina, niacin, Iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), Mayonnaise (soybean oil or canola oil, egg yolks, water, vinegar, corn syrup, salt, spice, calcium disodium EDTA), Onion, Celer, Cheddar Cheese (milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes) Sweet Pickles (cured cucumbers, high fructose corn syru0, water, vinegar, salt, modified food starch, sodium benzoate, natural flavor, calcium chloride),Red Bell Pepper, Corn Syrup, Green Bell Pepper Black Olives (olives, water, salt, phosphoric acid and ferrous gluconate added to stabilize color), Water, Salt, Vinegar, Mustard (water, vinegar, mustard seed, salt, sugar, soybean oil, spices, turmeric, xanthan gum, annatto calcium disodium EDTA, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate, to protect flavor, Sugar, Xanthan Gum, Annatto Color.

POTATO SALAD

Potatoes, Mayonnaise (soybean oil or canola oil, egg yolks, water, vinegar, corn syrup, salt, spice, calcium disodium EDTA), celery, Sour Dressing (nonfat milk, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, modified food starch, tapioca flour, gelatin, lactic acid, mono-diglycerides, sodium caseinate, propylene glycol monoester ,guar gum, citric acid, artificial flavor, potassium sorbate: to protect flavor, carrageenan, potassium phosphate, artificial color), Onion, Pickle Relish (pickles, high fructose corn syrup, water, vinegar, red bell peppers, salt, spices, modified food starch, xanthan gum, sodium benzoate [preservative], natural flavor, onions, calcium chloride, polysorbate 80, turmeric, alum), Salad Dressing (soybean oil or canola oil, water, corn syrup, vinegar egg yolks, modified food starch, sugar, salt, spice, lemon juice, paprika), Carrot, Red Bell Pepper, Green Bell Pepper, Salt, Sugar, Vinegar, Dill Pickle (cured cucumbers, water, vinegar, salt, modified food starch sodium benzoate, calcium chloride, turmeric, natural flavoring), Water, Spices, Seasoning Blend (composed of natural flavorings [hydrolyzed wheat gluten, autolyzed yeast extract, partially hydrogeneated soybean and cottonseed oil, natural flavor], dehydrated garlic and onion, parsley, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate, guar gum, with not more than 2% soybean oil and silica gel added as processed aid), Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate added to protect flavor, Annatto Color.

SLICED SMOKED BACON

Cured with water, salt, sugar sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite.

(TT) TRI TIP

Beef, Salt, spices, onion and garlic, maltodextrin, caramel color, hydrolyzed soy protein, autolyzed yeast, corn syrup, lemon juice solids, lemon oil.

STUFFING

Cornbread crumbs (enriched wheat flour, cornmeal, sugar, salt, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, yeast, nonfat milk*, calcium propionate); bread crumbs (enriched wheat flour, semolina, sugar, salt, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, yeast, calcium propionate, nonfat milk); vegetables* (onion, celery, parsley); salt; sugar; chicken fat*; chicken meat*; yeast extract; hydrolyzed soy/wheat gluten protein; spices; turmeric (color); natural flavor; sodium bisulfate. * dried.

Chicken broth: contains: chicken broth, salt, monosodium glutamate, dextrose, yeast extract, flavoring, chicken flavor, corn syrup solids, autolyzed soy and corn protein and chicken broth powder.

Water chestnuts, water. Pecans, brown sugar. Almond chips, apple chips,

black raisins, honey and spice.

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