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Cape Cod Potato Chips

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Posted 19 July 2004 - 04:18 PM

Mmmm...this is good stuff to know - I'm sick of Lays potato chips.

I asked Cape Cod Potato Chips on-line whether their chips are gluten-free or not. This was their reply:

Our Cape Cod No Salt, Salted, Golden Russet, Dark Russet and Reduced
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 Beachside
(formerly called 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
lines as the seasoned items. However, we do wash and sanitize our
equipment between production runs of gluten and gluten free containing

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

Thank you,

Farrell Souza
Customer Service
Cape Cod Potato Chips


Happy potato chip popping!
:) donna
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Posted 21 July 2004 - 03:39 PM

Watch out, though. The possibility of contamination is very likely.

I get VERY ill from "gluten-free" Cape Cod chips. However, I am extremely sensitive to gluten, so the chips may not have that effect on everyone.

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