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Is Snickers Gluten-free?
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I really want one but I want to make sure if they are or not

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I really want one but I want to make sure if they are or not

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someone said they were eating them but I don't know if they are actually gluten-free

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Go ahead and enjoy!!! Snickers was one of the items my GI doc told me I could have!!!!! However those snickers potables are not gluten-free.

Sue

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Every size change in a snickers or any other food matters. Check the ingredients for minis, bite sized, regular, jumbo and popables. Each is different. Some contain gluten, some do not. This rule applies for all foods.

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I think the smaller sizes, like the bite size snickers have gluten. So don't eat those.

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I was told that all Snickers except the poppables are gluten free

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the popables have wheat listed in the ingredients but I think the mini's are ok... no wheat listed on those.

Sue

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Yes...all gluten-free except poppables...I had 2 bars today :)

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I really thought the minis were gluten full....Must have been a mini milky way?

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Regular Milky Ways contain wheat--so, as you suggested, of course, the minis also contain gluten (Milky Way Midnight is gluten-free). The Poppables are a dangerous area, so I just avoid them. You have to be...more careful with the minis. There was a major problem a few months ago with those variety packages of mini candies...malt was used in the glue for the wrappers and nobody knew they weren't gluten-free, because one would assume there was malt in some of the non-gluten-free candies, but that the others didn't contain malt. Big thing...so don't buy those variety packs. Stick with a bag of Snickers or a bag of Butterfingers, etc.

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The Poppables are a dangerous area, so I just avoid them.

I have never seen any gluten-free popables. :(

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What about 3-musketeers bar?

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They are gluten free too :D

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I have never seen any gluten-free popables. :(

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Yes, I don't think any are gluten-free--and if they are, I don't care enough to find out...I know which bars are gluten-free and those are the most accessible forms of candy, so that's all that matters to me :P

What about 3-musketeers bar?

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Yes.

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