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Snicker Bar Gf Or Not?
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Are snickers bars gluten-free? I was thinking they changed the caramel to include barley? <_< I had a mild reaction to something and that was the only new food in my diet the other day? Any input would be apprecitate.

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;) sorry, but i dont think the snickers bar was the prob unless you cant have peanuts or somethng else--snickers are gluten-free :D and very good :P deb
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Snickers bars are gluten-free, however, the snickers poppables are not.

Mom 2 2

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yea...Snickers are gluten-free...I eat them all the time.... :D

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http://www.snickers.com/nutrition.asp

Regular Snickers and Snickers Almond look gluten free :D

(There doesn't appear to be any glutens in the ingredients)

I was thinking they changed the caramel to include barley?

Snickers Cruncher and Snickers Marathons are NOT gluten free. They either have Barley malt, malt, or wheat <_<

If you have reactions to milk/lactose you could be reacting to the milk/lactose in the bar. I can't eat milk chocolate because I react to the small amount of milk in it :(

If you're still concerned just give the company a call.

Have a good day

-Carrie

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I know the normal snickers are gluten-free. I also eat them all the time.

Stef

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Are you in the United States? I know that Snickers are different outside of the US, so maybe that's the problem???

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