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Heinz GF List

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That's odd... :huh:

That Heniz gluten-free list doesn't match up with this list:

which was updated in February 2004

I'm just worried because I eat some of the products on this list that aren't on the list that they gave you.



Bean Products

Original beans in tomato sauce

Original beans with pork & molasses

Deep-browned beans in tomato sauce

Deep-browned beans with pork in tomato sauce

Deep-browned beans with pork and molasses

Bar-B-Q style beans

Chili style beans

Maple style beans

Light red kidney beans

Dark red kidney beans

Chili style red kidney beans


Western Grill Barbecue sauce: Garlic

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Honey and Garlic

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Mesquite Smoke

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Original

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Chicken and Rib

Diana's Marinade: Lemon Pepper

Diana's Marinade: Steak Spice

Diana's Marinade: Teriyaki

Tartar Sauce

Vegetable Salad

Seafood Sauce

Pure apple cider vinegar

Pure white vinegar

Yellow mustard

Sweet relish

Tomato Products

Tomato ketchup

Ketchup kickers: Hot & Spicy

Ketchup kickers: Roasted Garlic

Ketchup kickers: Sweet Basil & Oregano

Organic Tomato Ketchup

Tomato Juice

Tomato paste

Tomato pur


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It appears to me we have two different lists, one for the U.S. and one for Canada. I know that some of the items on the Canadian list aren't even sold in the U.S., or at least not in my part of the U.S.



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...adding to the confusion created by different product lines for different countries, Heinz baked beans for the UK are gluten free. They can be found here too, (I know Stop & Shop usually has them). Hopefully the link I attached will show the picture (BTW, I know nothing of the link besides it had the picture, I've never ordered from it).



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This is a benefit of location- I used to live in Windsor, Ont.. its less then an hours drive away- if I can't find something here and the Canadian equivelant is gluten free- I may take to driving across the border to pick stuff up on occasion. I go over to visit friends sometimes anyway!


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