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Posted 15 April 2011 - 08:50 AM

Just following up on this -has anyone's kids reacted to fruit snacks of any kind? Mine has had a bunch of kelloggs ones and I am curious.

This post was started in 2004. I don't think most of the above posters are still on this site. That said Betty Crocker fruits snacks are almost all gluten free and they say so on the box. I don't know about Kellogs. AFAIK Kellogs has not had any gluten-free stuff until recently when they anounced they were formulating a gluten-free Rice Krispies (not in stores yet).
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Posted 15 April 2011 - 10:16 AM

All the Welch's fruit jellies in bags are gluten and dairy free. I pack them in the little snack ziplock bags and keep them in the pantry for a quick grab and go snack.
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Posted 15 April 2011 - 11:27 AM

Welch's has gluten-free fruit snacks. Says it right on the box and each individual packet.
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Posted 15 April 2011 - 12:20 PM

I know this is silly, but I was curious specifically about the Kellogg's ones. My friend dropped off an enormous amount of Kellogg's fruit snacks. Her kid has EE and doesn't eat wheat so I have trusted them and fed them to him. However, my son is currently reacting to something and I can't figure out what!! I have given away the rest of these but the mystery is still there ;)
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Posted 15 April 2011 - 02:20 PM

For anyone that has an ALDI near them, I picked up "Lunch buddies" All Natural (no corn syrup) fruit flavored twist. A fruit and veggie blend in grape or strawberry. I like the grape the best. They are labled gluten-free and they have gluten-free gummies too.
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Posted 25 August 2012 - 02:27 PM

I tried the Kellogg's fruity snacks today. I saw them at WalMart, only fifty cents and thought they would be perfect for travel. I carefully checked the ingredients and saw that there was nothing listed that should be a red flag. Shortly after I developed a terrible case of really stinky gas, and then got a nose bleed. I was diagnosed 2 months ago and have been very diligent about my diet. Before going on the gluten-free diet, I had that terrible gas and had nose bleeds daily. This is the first one I have had since. It had to have been from these fruit snacks as I had nothing else different today. Has anyone else had a problem with them?
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