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HI Everyone and Happy Holidays!

I was just wondering if anyone knows if B&L French Onion Dip was gluten free? I can't find any information about this product and I'm a little unsure about it. It has " Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein" in the indregents label.

Thanks for your help!

:)

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I emailed B & L and didn't get a response so I called Alber and Leff food company. The french onion dip is not on their gluten free list. Helluva good french onion and fat free french onion is gluten free. Happy New Year!

HI Everyone and Happy Holidays!

I was just wondering if anyone knows if B&L French Onion Dip was gluten free? I can't find any information about this product and I'm a little unsure about it. It has " Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein" in the indregents label.

Thanks for your help!

:)

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HI Everyone and Happy Holidays!

I was just wondering if anyone knows if B&L French Onion Dip was gluten free? I can't find any information about this product and I'm a little unsure about it. It has " Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein" in the indregents label.

Thanks for your help!

:)

If the "Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein" contained wheat, it by law must be listed. And as a side note, anything Hydrolyzed (the process of) would remove any of the offending gluten is it were to be wheat, rendering it gluten free.

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Thanks for all your help!

I'm so glad I didn't eat the B&L french onion dip. I did email the company, too, but I never got a response. That will be the last time I buy any B&L products. <_< I guess I'll have to give it away.

Thanks again to both of you! :)

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