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Aldi's Clancy's Nacho Cheese Tortilla Chips
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These chips say naturally gluten free on them, but then in the ingredients it says oat fiber. So are they still gluten free?

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I would do more research to see if they're using certified gluten free oats, but I highly doubt it. Most likely, it's probably mislabeled, which is not good. Contact the company and see what you can find out.

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Aldi's is VERY difficult to get answers from. Many in the allergy community won't shop there because they are so dodgy about information.

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The typical response from them takes 4-6 weeks, IF you even get one. Good luck! I would love to hear if they have improved on that at all since last time I know someone contacted them!

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Uggg! I suffered for 2 weeks from a reaction I thought was from some gluten free Mexican food (I assumed cross-contamination). Now I'm betting it was the Clancy's tortilla chips I ate with it! I must have skimmed over the oat fiber when reading the ingredients. How can they say they are "naturally gluten free"? Into the trash they go!! I'm just hoping the 3 chips I just ate don't screw me up for another 2 weeks :(

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I shop at aldi's all the time and eat the plain tortilla chips, but I don't get typically sick like many of you.  I have been questioning why most of their food says gluten free while other companies really struggle with their labeling.  I have talked to a representative regarding the frozen vegetables and when I asked if the broccoli was gluten-free, his response was, "why wouldn't it be?" Some things are not labeled gluten-free because they are imported.  So how safe is Aldi's??

 

Renaye

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