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Absolutely gluten-free--no doubt.

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Absolutely gluten-free--no doubt.

Peter,

another question about canola oil,, is it soy free?

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Yes, canola oil is soy-free.

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Yes, canola oil is soy-free.

Thank you Peter :)

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Why does this topic keep coming up? What is all of the confusion about it?

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Why does this topic keep coming up? What is all of the confusion about it?

I asked if canola oil contained soy because in the US there is a legal loophole and soy oil does NOT have to be listed in the allergy warning on the label of products.

Many vegetable oils are soy oil or contain soy oil.

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I asked if canola oil contained soy because in the US there is a legal loophole and soy oil does NOT have to be listed in the allergy warning on the label of products.

Many vegetable oils are soy oil or contain soy oil.

But only if they are labeled as "vegetable oil." If a specific type of oil is listed, then that must be the actual type of oil.

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I don't buy anything that says "vegetable oill" :o because they can put in whatever is cheapest that day.

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I have a canola oil spray. It lists soy as an ingredient.

Exactly what I said. If something other than canola oil is present, it will be listed as a separate ingredient.

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For me, it doesn't matter that canola is gluten-free. My body doesn't like it at all. I've read this is apparently true for a large number of people with Celiac. I don't recall where I read that, and I don't know how true it is, but it doesn't make any difference to my immune system. From what I've read about the processing canola undergoes before it becomes edible, I wouldn't want to eat it anyway.

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