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Gluten Free Casein/lactose Free Chocolate


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#1 Knoppie

 
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Posted 27 November 2011 - 10:27 PM

A friend of mine had to stop milk products as well, he doesn't live in the US but has an uncle who is coming to visit him, could anybody tell me the names of some of the brands of gluten free and milk free chocolate and preferably ones that are easy to get for people not all that familiar with the diet

thanks in advance
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Posted 27 November 2011 - 11:40 PM

I'm confused. Do you need US brands?

On the west coast, Ghirardelli is in most drug stores and grocery stores. It's pretty nice chocolate and their dark chocolate is gluten-free. It says shared equipment with milk so whether it would work depends on how casein sensitive he is. Here is their allergy info.
http://ghirardelli.c...ts_allergy.aspx
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Posted 28 November 2011 - 05:53 AM

I'm confused. Do you need US brands?

On the west coast, Ghirardelli is in most drug stores and grocery stores. It's pretty nice chocolate and their dark chocolate is gluten-free. It says shared equipment with milk so whether it would work depends on how casein sensitive he is. Here is their allergy info.
http://ghirardelli.c...ts_allergy.aspx



Yes i need US brands, without traces of milk
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 08:00 AM

Check this:

http://www.enjoylife...=chocolate_bars


http://www.tastethed...ct/2152/493.php


I have been buying them in Whole foods, or in my Pathmark and Shoprite. Enjoy Life also have chocolate chips for baking.

Both are gluten and casein free.
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