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Any gluten-free Hot Dogs In Canada?
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Just trying to scrounge up info here....does anyone know of any hot dogs sold anywhere in Canada that positively, 100%, are gluten-free? Not "may contain wheat" or anything vague like that? I've had a look at various brands sold in stores here in Nova Scotia, and I'm yet to find something that's 100% safe.

It's so frustrating, because so many hot dogs in the USA are safe, but not sold here.

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No, I don't believe that there are any that are "positively, 100%" gluten-free, because I don't know of any manufacturer in Canada that actually tests ingredients or the finished product for gluten content.

I haven't bought hot dogs in quite a while, but IIRC, Maple Leaf had some that were free of gluten ingredients and made on dedicated lines.

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I get some from Nature's Fair market, a health food store. They have chicken, turkey, beef and buffalo, and they are marked gluten free.

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Safeway carries European weinders (Freybe I think) that are labelled gluten-free, think I found them at Sobey's as well.

Costco also carries hot dogs in the big coolers next to the Freybe gluten-free sliced ham...labelled gluten-free but not sure if they are Freybe or not.

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There is a brand that we can get at Wal Mart, Harvest they have no wheat. Also I use Lilydale turkey dogs, they are just like reg hotdogs. Freybe and Grimms have lots of gluten and lactose free products.

Good luck.

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There are two types at Costco. Piller's European Weiners and Ballpark. Thanks Costco :)

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I was checking out the Maple Leaf Top Dogs recently and noticed the low sodium Top Dogs did not have Wheat listed like all the others did. I know another lady with Celiac in town who eats them all the time and doesn't react.

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I was checking out the Maple Leaf Top Dogs recently and noticed the low sodium Top Dogs did not have Wheat listed like all the others did. I know another lady with Celiac in town who eats them all the time and doesn't react.

All the Maple Leaf labels I've read say "may contain wheat"

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President's Choice hot dogs are gluten free.

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Butterball Turkey Franks are gluten free. According to their website:

Specifically, gluten is not present naturally in turkey. Only two of our retail products currently contain gluten: Butterball
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Just trying to scrounge up info here....does anyone know of any hot dogs sold anywhere in Canada that positively, 100%, are gluten-free? Not "may contain wheat" or anything vague like that? I've had a look at various brands sold in stores here in Nova Scotia, and I'm yet to find something that's 100% safe.

It's so frustrating, because so many hot dogs in the USA are safe, but not sold here.

Harvest hotdogs, and harvest bison hotdogs. Made here in Saskatchewan.

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