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Is Jello Safe From Kraft
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How many of you eat jello, can make a good snack and, Kraft does say it's gluten free..they have it on their gluten free list

I call kraft very often, this is one good company..

also betty crocker friut snacks are safe and, gluten free B) I'm trying real hard..

:)

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Mario-

You might want to inform folks that the list you are speaking of is for Canada Only . Here in the US....Kraft just makes a blanket statement of saying they will put any ingredients clearly on the label. Jello in the US is safe, but read the labels because they change frequently. If you are speaking of products in Canada, you might want to inform people of that, the ingredients differ from country to country and some things here are not safe there and vise versa.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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lol..jess--

anyhow the only thing i questioned to kraft was the natural & arteficiel flavors they said that they where safe and, totaly gluten free..

sorry Jess..

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:) We eat the US Jell-O with no problems!

Connie

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What are the ingredients in Jello? Can I eat it if I am allergic to corn, dairy, eggs, soy, nuts, , wheat, yadda yadda.....

Id LOVE to eat Jello! :D

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ingredinents Canada..

sugar, gelatin, adipic acid, sodium citrate, sodium phosphate, salt, artificial flavour, fumaric acid, colour, tricalcium phosphate.

I think you can safely have this..its very good :)

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I have eaten Canadian Jello, but i ate suger-free and it made me very sick. I wanted to throw up while i was eating it.

Magdalena, ON, CDA

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Anything sugar free makes me sick. Malitol, Sorbitol give me extreme diarrhea and migraines and splenda gives me headaches. The only sweetener I can have is somersize sweetner in the states made from a bean and is all natural and great to bake with.

I live in Summerland, BC and there is a restaurant here called Cozy Bay Seafood and they have gluten free fish and chips. THey are yummy and wonderful to eat.

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Hi fraggle,

A little of topic here but where in Summerland is this restaurant? We moved north from Penticton a few years back and do not remember hearing that name. We come back south to visit family quite often and my son would love fish and chips.

Tracy

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I love the sugar-free jello & pudding ~ no problems with either one. Makes a great dessert when everyone else is eating cookies!!! :) I put cool-whip on it and they would rather have mine than their cookies!!

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I Just ate Jello from the U.S at noon and now it's 4 hrs later and I'm so sick. diahrrhea and cramps. I can't figure it out. Wish there was some relief for the discomfort I'm feeling.

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This topic is more than six years old. Jell-O is a Kraft product. Any gluten in the product will be clearly disclosed in the ingredient list.

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