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This list is only for Canada, correct? Kraft USA still has the policy of having clear labels with allergens listed in bold. If this has changed, someone speak up!!

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I guess I'll go ahead and answer my own question....Yes this list is only Canada . I am moving it to the canada section of the board now.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Jessica, what do you mean by bold on the package..is it marked gluten free

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just going through old posts..so thanks :)

~lisa~

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here's the american list 'I think'

http://www.kraft.com.au/

kraft has a huge site and in a most convoluted manner takes you through all the other countries so i 'believe' this is USA :)

Lori

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That's the austrailian list. There is no American list because Kraft in the US has a policy of clearly listing gluten-containing ingredients on the label.

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That's the austrailian list.  There is no American list because Kraft in the US has a policy of clearly listing gluten-containing ingredients on the label.

ah...thanks...that explains it. :)

it is interesting though that the canada list is so extensive compaired to the australian list.

it is also interesting that they don't do it in the usa anyways when it is so easy to create the page for viewing since so many other companies do it in the usa now.

i am also disapointed at how hugely confusing the kraft website is. it is colorful but keeps consistantly taking you somewhere else other than your own country with no notification that it it doing this. makes it difficult to look at properly which is probably why i was confused.

Thanks for the info :)

Lori

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I like the way Kraft does it in the U.S. No list to find and caryy and no need to call. Just read the ingredients.

richard

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