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Great list and thanks for posting.

I do want to mention that I picked up a package of Reese's pnut butter chocolate eggs yesterday and they do contain wheat flour. It was listed in the ingredients so make sure you double check since they did have one kind listed as gluten-free make sure you are getting the variety that is.

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Soooooo..... Do you all eat things that are made on shared lines? Looks to me like there's little to be had in the Easter Basket.

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Soooooo..... Do you all eat things that are made on shared lines? Looks to me like there's little to be had in the Easter Basket.

Soooooo.....if you are a super sensitive, contact with the companies is easily available. I have found most to be a CYA statement*. But, you will have to make that judgment for yourself.

I plan on presenting a full basket. B)

*(please read all labels)

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I eat things made on shared lines because I've found when talking to companies (it helps knowing people in the business too) that they do clean and sanitize their lines after they change product. Most companies don't produce pretzels and then turn around and produce gluten free chips without cleaning the line. Occasionally something might get missed but there are standard rules of cleanliness that companies follow...mind you, some more than others. I'm fairly sensitive to cross contamination when I'm eating out and if my plain chicken was cooked on a shared surface without being cleaned but I've NEVER in 7 years been glutened by a shelf product that said "made in a shared facility".

Just my two cents! It's a personal choice.

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awesome! thank you!

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Does anybody know if Tootsie Rolls/ Fruit Tootsie rolls are okay to eat? I don't see them on this Easter list but I've seen them on past lists and in 2 books I have. I saw some Tootsie Fruit Rolls --which you never see anywhere!- and would love to eat them. I don't see anything bad on the package, nor contamination warnings. THis packaging does say Happy Easter on it. Is there a reason these aren't okay? Do any of you eat Tootsie Rolls?

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Lisa, Thank you so much for posting this! Your work is truly appreciated!

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Lisa, Thank you so much for posting this! Your work is truly appreciated!

You're very welcome! ;) ....it's nice to hear a thank you. :D

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Does anybody know if Tootsie Rolls/ Fruit Tootsie rolls are okay to eat? I don't see them on this Easter list but I've seen them on past lists and in 2 books I have. I saw some Tootsie Fruit Rolls --which you never see anywhere!- and would love to eat them. I don't see anything bad on the package, nor contamination warnings. THis packaging does say Happy Easter on it. Is there a reason these aren't okay? Do any of you eat Tootsie Rolls?

Google "Tootsie Rolls - Gluten Free", and see what you come up with. The internet is wonderful ;)

If the ingredients appear ok, you could call the company or trust the labels. I tend to trust the labels .

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Does anybody know if Tootsie Rolls/ Fruit Tootsie rolls are okay to eat? I don't see them on this Easter list but I've seen them on past lists and in 2 books I have. I saw some Tootsie Fruit Rolls --which you never see anywhere!- and would love to eat them. I don't see anything bad on the package, nor contamination warnings. THis packaging does say Happy Easter on it. Is there a reason these aren't okay? Do any of you eat Tootsie Rolls?

We eat tootsie rolls and dots all the time. Tootsie website has great information on gluten.

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Lisa, thank you for sharing and taking the time to make the list!!!! As a new celiac I find it very informative

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YAY! I was wondering if there was a list like this. Thanks Lisa!

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I must add that this is not my list, just posted it. Lists become outdated quickly, so please back up your selection with reading the labels. B)

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Well, the Easter Bunny done came and went . . . I wish he could show a little self control!! There is waaaaay too much candy in this house!!!!

Happy Easter Everyone!!

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Well, the Easter Bunny done came and went . . . I wish he could show a little self control!! There is waaaaay too much candy in this house!!!!

Happy Easter Everyone!!

Let them eat it all, throw up and then it's over. :D Happy Easter!

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