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Dont know if you guys knew this but i just thought i would post it i emailed them the other day.

Our Cape Cod No Salt, Salted, Golden Russet, Dark Russet and Reduced Fat Potato Chips are gluten free. The only ingredients are the potatoes, oil and salt (except on the no salt). Our Cape Cod Sea Salt & Vinegar, Nantucket Spice and Jalapeno & Cheddar Potato Chips are also gluten free. However, we do produce seasoned items, such as Firecracker Barbecue, that does contain gluten (the gluten is in the seasoning) at the same time (on different machines, in the same room). Our unseasoned items are produced on the same packaging lines as the seasoned items. However, we do wash and sanitize our equipment between production runs of gluten and gluten free containing products.

I hope this helps you out. Please let me know if I can be of any more help.

Thank you,

Farrell Souza

Customer Service

Cape Cod Potato Chips

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Have you had any reactions? I have been looking for chips.

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I havent tried them yet because I just got the reply back today but im going to soon.I miss chips too

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Miss chips? Frito Lays? They have lots of gluten-free items even though they don't guarantee being free from contamination. I've had no problems:

- Cheetos

- Fritos

- Lays Potato Chips

- Wavy Lays

- Lays Stacks (I've heard, but haven't tried).

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Cape Cod worked fine for me but UTZ is still my favorite! They have a whole page dedicated to Celiac Disease on their website. For some reason Lays give me terrible gas, but then lots and lots of things do! Hope you get some chip relief soon! They can take away bread, cookies and cake, but it would have been much worse if they took away chips!! (For me, anyway).

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I am going to lok at UTZ now! I ate Lays for yrs and after going gluten free I still ate them and wasn't feeling so well. I stopped eating them and feel much better the same with fritos. They say they are made on the same lines as gluten food, too. So, I fugure that's why they made me feel not so good. I hadn't seen Cape Cod ones anywhere but today at Harry's Market there they were!

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I am going to lok at UTZ now! I ate Lays for yrs and after going gluten free I still ate them and wasn't feeling so well. I stopped eating them and feel much better the same with fritos. They say they are made on the same lines as gluten food, too. So, I fugure that's why they made me feel not so good. I hadn't seen Cape Cod ones anywhere but today at Harry's Market there they were!

Could you tell me where you find "Utz" chips? I'm on the East Coast. Thanks!

lisa

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I live on Cape Cod so Cape Cod Potato Chips are in abundance here served at a lot of the restaurants.

The plain old Cape Cod Potato Chips are not only delicious, tasting unlike any chip I have ever had before, but are also 100% gluten free. I have never had a reaction.

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Could you tell me where you find "Utz" chips? I'm on the East Coast. Thanks!

lisa

You're probably going to be able to find Utz chips in New Jersey and PA - I believe they're made in PA. The Russet Dark chips are unbelieveable - dark brown and folded over so they're nice and crunchy.

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You're probably going to be able to find Utz chips in New Jersey and PA - I believe they're made in PA. The Russet Dark chips are unbelieveable - dark brown and folded over so they're nice and crunchy.

They're all over NY state, also in the plain ole' grocery stores.

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huh. my dad loves Cape Cod and he's never gotten sick.

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huh. my dad loves Cape Cod and he's never gotten sick.

Thank you all. I LOVED Cape Cod and had no gluten issues but I realized they have corn oil and I'm not eating corn. I wish there were some with sunflower oil. I miss my chips!

lisa

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