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Sam's Club: Rotisserie Chicken Not Gluten-free
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We'd been getting their rotisserie chickens for over 2 years now, but just this week, my husband happened to glance at the label (unfortunately, AFTER we ate it) and see that wheat is now listed on the ingredients list.

I have no idea why they suddenly changed their recipe--or maybe they changed suppliers????

Either way-- :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:

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I don't get it. How can a chicken have gluten ??? Were they fed wheat berries? I wouldn't think that would do it.... Are they injecting the chicken with something like a gravy?

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It's in a spice mix that they put on the chicken before roasting.

The Sam's Club chickens in South Jersey (where I used to live) had wheat flour...it was the first ingredient listed.

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Costco rotisserie chickens are marked gluten free in the red stripe. I still check the label each time I buy one.

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It's in a spice mix that they put on the chicken before roasting.

The Sam's Club chickens in South Jersey (where I used to live) had wheat flour...it was the first ingredient listed.

Ive always noticed wheat on the label.

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Costco rotisserie chickens are marked gluten free in the red stripe. I still check the label each time I buy one.

do all coscos do this or just the one in your area. thats great!!

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I think many moons ago Sam's were ok but then things changed & we have seen wheat listed for several years now. Costco's is better anyway & clearly marked. Plus Costco's now carries Casual Gourmet chicken meatballs & sausages that are gluten-free as well as many other gluten-free items. Costco's seem to be getting more & more in the gluten-free line. The one in Cleveland also had Naked Nuggets gluten-free. Love Costco,s

Fiddle Faddle have you tried Pizza Fusion yet?

mamaw

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