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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Now I have only been doing this for a month now and my eye for labels isnt right just yet. So I am asking first. Does anyone know if Pops are safe?

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Nope, as of the 1st of the year they added wheat to the ingredient list.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I wrote to Kellogg's and they told me that at this time none of their cereals are safe for a gluten-free diet, as all of them either contain wheat, barley, or malt flavoring. Sorry... :unsure:

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thank you for the bad news. Any other common rice or corn cereals safe?

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The common corn and rice cereals (Post, Kellog, companies like that) ALL have malt flavoring.

richard

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Maltomeal'ss cocoa dynobites, fruity dynobites, and corn bursts (like pops) are gluten-free. You can usually find those in regular grocery stores in bags.

Mel

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Actually Richard you are mistaken. Post Fruity Pebbles and Post Coco Pebbles are both gluten-free.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I was thinking of plain rice and corn type cereals, not bowls of sugar like Fruity Pebbles. I should have been more specific.

richard

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Fruity and Cocoa Pebbles are 100 % safe for gluten-free diet!

Vicki :)

P.S. Richard, unless you shop in your nearest health food store for cereal, there are no cereals, available in grocery stores, except for the two listed above, that are 100 % safe. :)

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P.S. Richard, unless you shop in your nearest health food store for cereal, there are no cereals, available in grocery stores, except for the two listed above, that are 100 % safe. :)

Can you believe that my regular old supermarket(Shop Rite) carries 4 different gluten-free Cereals!!(EnviroKids) They also have most of the Tinkyada pastsa, Glutano Pretzels, a few varieties of Pamela's Cookies, About 6 or more different Bob's Red Mill gluten-free products(Hot Cereals, baking mix, bread mixes etc), gluten-free crackers, 2 different gluten-free "bread" crumbs, gluten-free Van's Blueberry Waffles...... I could go on and on :)

I still have to get my bread from health food stores or right from Kinnikinnick because Shop Rite stocks the yucky kind in the freezer section. But still - I think that's an impressive selection for a grocery store :)

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