Heinz Company Gf List

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June 11, 2004

Dear Jessica,

Thank you for your interest in Heinz Products. We certainly

understand how

difficult it can be to find foods that meet the requirements of a

restricted diet.

Following is the gluten-free listing for all of our products, as you

requested. If the product you asked about is not on this list, then

it is

not considered gluten-free.



One Carb Ketchup

No Sodium Added Ketchup

Hot & Spicy Kick'rs

EZ Marinader -- Teriyaki

Distilled White Vinegar

Red Wine Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar (not Heinz Apple Cider FLAVORED Vinegar)


All Aunt Millie's Pasta Sauces


All Classico Pasta Sauces

Classico Salad Dressings (Creamy Caesar & Balsamic Vinaigrette



1769600012 Taquitos, 36 ct. Delimex Chicken

1769600018 Tamales, 12 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600019 Tamales, 12 ct. Delimex Chicken & Cheese

1769600020 Taquitos, 24 ct. Smart & Final Beef

1769600024 Tamales, 6 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600028 Taquitos, 25 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600029 Taquitos, 25 ct. Delimex Chicken

1769600048 Taquitos, 36 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600095 Taquitos, 12 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600096 Taquitos, 12 ct. Delimex Chicken

1769600133 Taquitos, 22 ct. Schwan's Beef w/ Salsa

1769600155 Tamales, 15 ct. Costco Beef

1769600159 Tamales, 20 ct. Delimex Beef, Costco

1769600180 Taquitos, 60 ct. Delimex Beef

1769600186 Taquitos, 60 ct. Sam's Club Beef

1769600189 Taquitos, 60 ct. Delimex Chicken

1769600206 Tamales, 2 ct. Trader Joe's Beef

1769600207 Tamales, 2 ct. Trader Joe's Chicken & Cheese

1769600214 Taquitos, 25 ct. Delimex 3-Cheese

1769600222 Tamales, 6 ct. Schwan's Beef

1769600481 Taquitos, 36 ct. Delimex Beef (Mexico Import)

1769600500 Taquitos, Delimex Beef / Deli-Pak

1769600505 Taquitos, Mini, 40 ct. Beef, Snacker Tray w/ salsa

1769600554 Tamales, Cheese Deli Bulk Pack

1769600555 Tamales, Chicken Deli Bulk Pack

1769600556 Tamales, Beef Deli Bulk Pack

1769600565 Tamales, 20 ct.Beef, Sams Club

1769600684 Taquitos, 66 ct. Costco Beef

1769600685 Taquitos, 66 ct. Costco Chicken

1769601208 Tamales, 2 ct. Trader Joe's Cheese & Green Chiles



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Thanks Jessica - I have been unsure of some of their products (baked beans, for example) since I have seen different gluten-free lists with conflicting info. It's great to get the info direct from the company in writing. (and I guess I won't eat the beans anymore....)



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Thank you for that list. It is really helpful.


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You are VERY welcome! I use these products all the time and I know it is helpful to have things you can pick up at the regular grocery store instead of spending an arm and a leg at the health food store!! Glad it was useful to some!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:


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The canadian Heinz list and UK list has been moved to it's own section. Thanks!!



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