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I called the Kellogg's Company. ALL of their cereals have gluten. Some have only a trace, but I can't take that risk.

Is there a good, inexpensive gluten-free corn flake cereal out there?

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almost all "normal" cereals have gluten in them. there are a small number of those that don't, but even their ingredients tend to change, so you always have to read. i'm not a cereal eater, but i'm sure someone will chime in.

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I called the Kellogg's Company. ALL of their cereals have gluten. Some have only a trace, but I can't take that risk.

Is there a good, inexpensive gluten-free corn flake cereal out there?

There are a bunch of gluten-free Corn Flakes out there, as for inexpensive, well...

Some of the brands I've tried and liked:

Nature's Path

Erewon

Barbara's Bakery (probably the cheapest)

Health Valley - Blue Corn

The Nature's Path are most like "regular" Corn Flakes. The Erewon and Barbara's are thinner and The Health Valley are blue!

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There are a bunch of gluten-free Corn Flakes out there, as for inexpensive, well...

Some of the brands I've tried and liked:

Nature's Path

Erewon

Barbara's Bakery (probably the cheapest)

Health Valley - Blue Corn

The Nature's Path are most like "regular" Corn Flakes. The Erewon and Barbara's are thinner and The Health Valley are blue!

I agree - the Nature's Path fruit juice-sweetened ones are the best and are almost the same as Kellogg's. They're our new favourite cereal. In the box they're a little pricey but they also sell it in a big bag and it's much more comparable in price.

They also have a Masa Sunrise that's more grainy than the other and we like it for a change.

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Go to www.shopbydiet.com, click on the gluten-free button, and then search by cereal. You'll find many options. They have free shipping on orders over $100 too. It's my favorite online shop.

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my fave also are nature's path. they are great! you can buy them at amazon .com also...big bag great value!

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Nature's Path are really good, but all of the places that I used to buy them have stopped carrying them. I am glad you guys posted online places to buy them. Thanks!

Tracy

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If you live in the Northeast US, the Wegmans store brand of organic corn flakes are gluten free. They have dried strawberries mixed which might be an issue for some people.

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I ordred some from Knickinknick (sp).

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