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Gluten Free Cooking Oils
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I contacted Whole Foods recently to ask if they had a list of cooking oils that are not processed in facilities that also process wheat/gluten. The list is below.

They don't show these in their standard gluten-free list because these oils don't undergo routine testing for gluten. But, like they say, they are processed in facilities that don't process wheat/gluten, so there's no risk of cross contamination.

The reason I asked them is because there are some oils from other companies (like Spectrum) that are processed in facilities that also process wheat, and have been a problem for me.

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From: DO NOT REPLY <noreply@wholefoods.com>

Date: July 16, 2010 9:24:19 AM CDT

To: xxx

Subject: Whole Foods Market (Customer Service)

Reply-To: DO NOT REPLY <noreply@wholefoods.com>, DO NOT REPLY - USE LINK IN EMAIL <customer.questions@wholefoods.com>

Hello,

the following Whole Foods Market and 365 brand cooking oils are processed in facilities that do not process wheat or gluten:

99482-42898 Whole Foods Market Peanut Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42899 Whole Foods Market Organic Sesame Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42900 Whole Foods Market Toasted Sesame Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42901 Whole Foods Market Refined Almond Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42902 Whole Foods Market Refined Walnut Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42903 Whole Foods Market Avocado Oil 8 oz FL OZ

99482-42904 365 Organic High Heat Sunflower Oil 16 oz FL OZ

99482-42905 365 Safflower Oil HH 16 oz FL OZ

99482-42906 365 Safflower Oil HH 32 oz FL OZ

99482-42908 365 Expeller Pressed Grapeseed Oil 16 oz FL OZ

99482-40006 365 EVOO Blend 1 liter

99482-42226 365 EVOO 100% Italian 1 liter

99482-42320 365 EVOO 100% Italian 0.5 liter

99482-42321 365 EVOO 100% Italian 3 liter

99482-42225 365 EVOO 100% Greek 1 liter

99482-42224 365 EVOO 100% Spanish 1 liter

99482-40551 365 Organic EVOO 1 liter

99482-40550 365 Organic EVOO 0.5 liter

99482-40298-3 365 Expeller Canola 32 oz. ounces

99482-40502-1 365 Organic Canola Oil 16 oz. ounces

These oils are considered inherently gluten free. Because of this, these products do not undergo routine gluten testing. For this reason, they are not included on the gluten free special diets list.

If you have any further questions please use our on-line response form.

Best regards

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Thank you for posting this! I was just having trouble and figured out that the spectrum oils were bothering me! Trying to find truly gluten free oils has been such a bear!

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Are you kidding? I have to be concerned about my olive oil? Did someone just put a curse on me? <_<

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Why would you be concerned about your olive oil? Personally, I'm not concerned about any cooking oils.

richard

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Are you kidding? I have to be concerned about my olive oil? Did someone just put a curse on me? <_<

Uhhhh...ditto! I had no clue I needed to be checking my cooking oils.

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Why would you be concerned about your olive oil? Personally, I'm not concerned about any cooking oils.

richard

Nor am I.

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I am very sensitive to trace gluten cc. I did have problems with my olive oil. It took me a long while to figure it out because I didn't suspect it in the least.

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IMO, you only need to be concerned if you are supersensitive and you buy oil from a company that also processes wheat germ oil on the same equipment. Spectrum naturals is one of those brands that has been mentioned here in another thread. I buy Bertolli olive oil and I'm not concerned in the least about gluten in it because olive oil is the only type of oil the company processes.

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