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I thought I remember hearing Pam cooking spray is gluten-free, but want to confirm. Does anyone know whether it is gluten-free or not. Thank for your replies.

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Regular Pam is gluten-free. We use it all the time. However, I recall there being one specialized version (baking?) which is not gluten-free.

Pam is made by ConAgra. They are a company with a full gluten disclosure policy. Read the ingredients. If gluten is present you will see it clearly listed as wheat, barley, rye, or oats. If you don't see one of those words, then the product is gluten-free.

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Regular Pam is gluten-free. We use it all the time. However, I recall there being one specialized version (baking?) which is not gluten-free.

Pam is made by ConAgra. They are a company with a full gluten disclosure policy. Read the ingredients. If gluten is present you will see it clearly listed as wheat, barley, rye, or oats. If you don't see one of those words, then the product is gluten-free.

The one that's not gluten-free is actually called something like "Pam with flour," so it's pretty obvious. I use Pam for Grilling, because it's the only cooking spray I've found that's soy-free as well as gluten/dairy-free.

Jeanne

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Thanks, I thought it was gluten-free but saw the "grain alcohol" listed and it made me second guess its gluten-free status.

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Well, dang....just saw a post on Facebook and no...Pam is not gluten free folks!

PAM® Original, PAM® Butter, and PAM® Olive Oil do not contain any ingredients derived from wheat products. However, PAM® Baking is not gluten-free, as it contains real flour, which is derived from wheat.

http://www.pamcookingspray.com/about-PAM/

Ok, sorry, can't find my post to revise it...yes, just the baking one according to Pam has gluten, but I still posted the question on their facebook page to see what they say.

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Well, dang....just saw a post on Facebook and no...Pam is not gluten free folks!

PAM® Original, PAM® Butter, and PAM® Olive Oil do not contain any ingredients derived from wheat products. However, PAM® Baking is not gluten-free, as it contains real flour, which is derived from wheat.

http://www.pamcookingspray.com/about-PAM/

Ok, sorry, can't find my post to revise it...yes, just the baking one according to Pam has gluten, but I still posted the question on their facebook page to see what they say.

 

 

The info on this thread is more than 6 years old. Products change over time.  Pam has no gluten ingredients and I use it all the time. However, baking sprays with flour, of course, have gluten.  Those are meant for baking a cake when the recipes says butter and lightly flour the pan.  You wouldn't use those for normal cooking or even cookie baking.

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This topic is more than six years old. My comment on 15 March 2007 still stands. With the exception of PAM Baking, all versions of PAM are gluten-free. ConAgra will clearly disclose gluten in any of their products.

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