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Thought everyone might like to see the list Safeway Corp sent me yesterday. We live in a small town with only Safeway, Walmart and a small Local grocery store to buy our food. It is a challange to get gluten-free products without going out of town or mail order. :D

Comments or Questions : Would you please provide me with a list of Safeway brand items that are Gluten Free. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank You Deb Maggart

Dear Mrs. Maggart:

We received your request for information on Safeway private label products for those troubled with gluten-induced enteropathy or celiac-sprue. While we are somewhat familiar with the malabsorption syndrome, we do not presume to prescribe any of our products for any specific diet(s). On the other hand, we are happy to provide what information we have which might be useful to you.

For your information, we have over 5,000 different products in our Safeway private label product line and we do not have a listing of ingredients available for the general public on each of these items so we are not able to comply with all requests. We do suggest that you read carefully all ingredient labeling information on products that you purchase.

We can tell you that our frozen vegetables and fruits should be okay since they do not contain any other ingredients but the vegetables or fruits themselves. The exception to this would be our frozen vegetables in sauce.

Another group of items that would be acceptable are non-breaded seafood items, poultry that has not been breaded or stuffed, and our Lucerne/SELECT eggs. In other words, all fresh meats, seafood's and eggs.

Acceptable dairy items would be all fluid milks, except chocolate milk when starch is added and the source is not listed, cottage cheese and natural cheeses. Most bakery items we believe would not be acceptable for use in this diet.

We have taken the initiative to solicit all of our suppliers for lists of their products that are gluten free. This list is attached for your easy reference.

As near as we can determine, the above information is correct; however, we cannot guarantee that changes will not occur from time to time in our ingredient listings, or vendor changes that would affect processing methods or raw ingredients. We do appreciate your interest in our Safeway Brand products and hope that we have been of some help to you.

Please note that these products also apply to Safeway, Vons, Dominick's, Randalls, Tom Thumb and Genuardi's (SELECT only)

Celiac Sprue - (gluten-free food products)

SELECT Brand

BBQ Sauce (Honey Mustard)

Carbonated Beverage, Clear Sparkling Water (all varieties)

Chocolate Chips

Dressings (Basil Ranch, Roasted Red Pepper & Garlic Vinaigrette,

Raspberry Vinaigrette, Blue Cheese, Cranberry/Orange, and Harvest

Vegetable)

Enchilada Sauce (vinegar distilled w/wood, pulp)

Flavored Coffees

Gourmet Dipping Sauces (Plum and Honey Mustard)

Jams/Jellies

Mayonnaise (Regular, Reduced Fat and Fat Free distilled w/wood)

Mustard (Classic/Country Dijon)

Refrigerated Pasta Sauces (Classic Pesto, Creamy Parmesan Basil, Garden

Vegetable & Herb, Light Alfredo, and Roasted Garlic & Mushroom)

Sausage, Chicken (Apple, Parmesan, Basil, and Tomato)

Sausage, Turkey (Italian)

Steak Sauce

Southwest Salsa (all varieties)

Truffles (Chocolate/Raspberry, Mocha, Butterscotch, and Milk Chocolate)

Tuna (Tongol)

Verdi Marinara Sauce

Winners Thirst Quencher (Lemon Lime, Lemon Ice, Orange, Lemon,

Tropical,

Fruit Punch, Glacier Wave, Tangerine Freeze, and Amazon Freeze)

ENLIGHTEN Brand

Dressings (Honey Mustard, Roasted Sweet Pepper & Garlic Vinaigrette,

Garden Italian, and Balsamic & Red Wine Vinaigrette)

HEALTHY ADVANTAGE Brand

Corn Chowder

Split Pea w/Ham

Vegetarian Chili

SAFEWAY Brand

Apple Sauce (Cups, Natural and Sweetened)

Aspartame Sweetener

Black Olives

Canned Beans (Pork & Beans, Light & Dark Red Kidney, Pinto, Blackeye,

and Chick)

Cashews, Halves & Pieces and Whole

Cereal (Corn Nuggets, Corn Flakes and Fruity Nuggets)

Cheese Curls & Cheese Puffs

Cheese Spread, Aerosol (American, Cheddar and Sharp)

Chicken Broth

Coconut (Sweetened)

SAFEWAY Brand

Corned Beef Hash

Corn Starch

Cranberry Sauce (Whole and Jellied)

Cream Style Corn

Deluxe Mixed Nuts

Dried Beans (Pink, Great Northern, Lentils, Black, Blackeye, Small

White, Large Lima, Small Red, Green Split, Light Red Kidney, Pinto,

Baby Lima, and Navy)

Dried Fruit (Prunes, Raisins, Apricots, Peach, Apple, and Cherry)

Extracts & Pure Spices (if gluten, ingredient statement will declare)

Fruit Snacks

Grated Parmesan Cheese (3, 8 & 16oz.)

Instant Rice

Hot Cocoa Mix (with and w/o Marshmallows and Fat Free)

Home Run Pies (All Divisions except No. California and Vons)

Honey (Pure and Creamed)

Instant Breakfast

Instant Puddings and Instant Gelatins

Iced Tea Mix

Jams/Jellies

Juices (Tomato, Lemonade, Pineapple, Apple, Orange, Prune, White/Pink

Grapefruit, Ruby Red, Grape, Cranberry, Cranberry/Raspberry,

Cranberry/Apple, and Cranberry/Grape)

Ketchup

Lemon Juice

Limeade

Maraschino Cherries

Marshmallows

Microwave Popcorn (all varieties)

Milk (Sweetened, Condensed)

Mixed Nuts w/Peanuts

Mustard

Oils, edible

Onion Soup Mix

Peanuts, Dry Roasted and Roasted/Salted Spanish

Pudding Snack Cups (Banana, Butterscotch, Chocolate Fudge, Tapioca,

Chocolate, and Vanilla)

Peanut Butter (Reg. & Reduced Fat Smooth and Crunchy)

Popcorn Cakes

Salad Dressing (Light & Regular Zesty Italian, Creamy Italian, Light &

Regular Ranch, Ranch w/Bacon, Fat free & Regular 1000 Island, and

California)

Sauerkraut

Splash (Tropical, Strawberry/Kiwi, and Berry)

Sugar (Granulated, Powdered, and Brown)

Sugar Free Mixes (Iced Tea, Lemonade, and Raspberry)

SAFEWAY Brand

Syrup (Old Fashioned, Light, and Butter Light)

Tomato Juice

Tomato products (all canned)

Tortilla Strips, Nacho Cheese, and Golden Chips (Casa del Pueblo)

Tuna, Chunk Light

Vinegar, White Distilled

SAFEWAY Brand Refrigerated

Aerosol Whipping Cream (Light and Non Dairy)

Butter

Cheese, Processed Sliced

Cooked Ham, 95% Fat Free

Cream Cheese (soft, bars, onion/chive, strawberry, garden vegetable,

light, Neufchatel, Fat free, whipped spread)

Dips (French Onion, Clam, Bacon Onion, Green Onion, Ranch, Avocado,

Guacamole)

Margarine

Milk Drinks (Mocha Cappuccino, Chill'n Chocolate, Very Berry

Strawberry,

Marvelous, and Vanilla Shake)

Orange Juice

Soups (Potato Leak, Fire Roasted Tomato, Hearty Vegetable Beef, New

England Clam Chowder, and Minestrone)

Vegetable Oil Spreads, 70%, 37% Light, and 70% 1/4lb sticks (Homestyle)

Whipped Topping (Regular and Light)

MANOR HOUSE

Turkey

LUCERNE Brand

Buttermilk

Cream Cheese, Regular/Fat Free Neufchatel

Egg Nog

Half & Half

Sour Cream, Low fat/Nonfat

String Cheese

Whipping Cream (Regular/Light/Heavy)

Yogurt, Pre-Stirred Low fat/Nonfat

SAFEWAY Brand frozen

Hash Browns (Shredded and Southern Style)

Potatoes (Crinkle Cut, French Fried, O'Brien, Restaurant style Crinkle

Cut, Shoestring, Steak Cut, Twice Baked)

Orange Juice Concentrate

SELECT/Safeway/Lucerne Brand

Frozen Desserts

If you would like to discuss this further, please reply to this email or call our toll free number at 1-877-723-3929 One of our associates will be happy to assist you.

We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you soon. Thank you for shopping at Safeway.

Sincerely,

James Crotty

Customer Service Center

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