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Ok sorry abot all these questions but trying to figure this all out. Dinty Moore Beef Stew I got from a gluten free list on internet website www.bayareaceliacs.org but when I went to store to buy it I read the label and it said it had Modified food starch. I thought we were not to have anything that says this? I do know one thing though thank God for Hersheys, I love my chocolate :D ..Jenn

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Modified Food Starch if made in the US is always from corn, it is one of those things where you should check with the manufacturer when in doubt. But I do know that Dinty Moore Beef Stew is safe. I eat it every so often and my daughter likes it too.

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The beef stew is okay but remember the chicken stew is not..... That seems so stupid that one is gluten-free and the other not.....

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I know the beefstew is ok:)

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I am glad to hear this, I bought a beef stew on Sunday and I packed it for lunch today...I carefully opened this message to be relieved to see it is gluten free. Now I feel better about making it. Thanks Guys!

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Ok sorry abot all these questions but trying to figure this all out. Dinty Moore Beef Stew I got from a gluten free list on internet website www.bayareaceliacs.org but when I went to store to buy it I read the label and it said it had Modified food starch. I thought we were not to have anything that says this? I do know one thing though thank God for Hersheys, I love my chocolate :D ..Jenn

The modified food starch in this is potato starch, last I checked their scalloped potatoes and ham was gluten-free also but call first as I haven't checked that in a while. If you call the company they will send you a list of gluten-free products and coupons. Now if someone would just make a boxed gluten-free scalloped or augratin potato I'd be real happy.

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or gluten free mozzerella sticks too....and wraps like Hot Pockets....yum!

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