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#1 mamaw

 
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 02:23 PM

www.glutenfreedietitian.com/newsletter/2011/09/07/test-results-for-samis-bakery-products/



Sorry I lost the orignal posters request on info about Sami's flat bread from Sami's but I found the info from the Delphi site & wanted to share the info...
I hope I am permitted to do this..



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#2 Marilyn R

 
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 02:33 PM

www.glutenfreedietitian.com/newsletter/2011/09/07/test-results-for-samis-bakery-products/



Sorry I lost the orignal posters request on info about Sami's flat bread from Sami's but I found the info from the Delphi site & wanted to share the info...
I hope I am permitted to do this..


It was me. For some reason, my antivirous software goes smack raving mad on the Sami's website and I can't navigate it. But I had no problem with your link. The forum members decided (and I concur) that that delicious bread isn't safe, and neither is the restaurant I went to. Thanks for posting.
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 02:52 PM

Hi Marilyn

I too years ago ate Sami's millet & flax crackers but I stopped years ago..I didn't have a problem but way back then, I wasn't about to take chances... I've been gluten-free for almost ten years & have been only glutened twice......I plan on not being glutened again!!!
But I agree it tasted yummy... when I started the doc told me I could have spelt products & the first couple days I bought spelt buns & loved them, then I did my own research & find out its a NO.. Doctors are clueless....



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Posted 19 September 2011 - 03:14 PM

www.glutenfreedietitian.com/newsletter/2011/09/07/test-results-for-samis-bakery-products/



Sorry I lost the orignal posters request on info about Sami's flat bread from Sami's but I found the info from the Delphi site & wanted to share the info...
I hope I am permitted to do this..


You may certainly post helpful links. As long as you aren't posting your own site which is like posting a business advertisement.
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Posted 19 September 2011 - 07:31 PM

For future reference, The date for the article link above on the test results of gluten content on Sami's Bakery (Florida) products is September 2011.

I really wish Tricia Thompson MS RD would start putting the date on all her newsletter blog posts at glutenfreedietician.com.

While looking at some of the newsletters listed, I noticed she had one "Starch in USDA Regulated Foods." She admits that the USDA is using a voluntary labeling standard currently for food starch, and that the single word "starch" in the ingredients list in the US, in a USDA regulated product, can be either corn starch or wheat starch. She thought FDA mandated it had to be corn starch. But FDA is not the final rule enforcer on this.

Surprise.

While I and anybody else who's had random illness reactions from undeclared contaminated starch, esp. modified food starch, probably feels vindicated, after being repeatedly told the stuff was safe and had to be safe, because of allergen labeling..... still. There is voluntary compliance. I notice many companies are now labeling. For example, I recently picked up some generic ibuprofen which said starch, derived fr corn, gluten free. Very nice.

Would have loved to have seen a date on that, and I appreciate the backtracking.

Remember each so called hypothesis, theory, and test starts with anecdotes.......
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