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Rice Krispies Going gluten-free!
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Did anyone hear the news?! Kelloggs Rice Krispies will be gluten free and made with brown rice starting in June! Yay! Can't wait to make some rice krispies treats!

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Thats good news but lets hope that they are made on dedicated lines or I forsee major cc issues.

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Hopefully one day we'll see this and Chex and a host of other things available in Canada...especially Lea & Perrins Worcestershire!

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huh. At my school they have rice crispies over with the chex with a huge "GLUTEN FREE" label on them.

Should I tell someone they aren't gluten-free yet...?

considering that's the only gluten-free options available in the caf... (I don't have a meal plan)

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Current Rice Krispies are not gluten free as they have malt in them.

Are they just a rice cereal or are they actually the Rice Krispies brand? If they are the latter it should be moved.

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I'll have a friend check for me and maybe talk to the appropriate people.

If I were a freshman or something I would fight for celiac-friendly caf. But I'm a senior living off campus and don't care enough to do it. But still if it's mislabeled that is bad.

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the gluten-free rice krispies will have gluten free on the front of the box--any other are not gluten-free!!! Please check the box because the new gluten-free ones are not out as yet!!!!

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And my understanding is that these are a SEPARATE and NEW product. The old non-gluten-free ones will still be out there, but they will have a gluten-free version too.

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