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Have loved Goya products for years and I found this while I was online this weekend. It doesn't have a date (bummer) but it is really clear as to ingredients and possible cross-contamination. At least it gives you a good place to start. I am impressed and why can't other companies be as clear and concise!?!?!

http://www.goya.com/english/nutrition/listings_gluten.html

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Have loved Goya products for years and I found this while I was online this weekend. It doesn't have a date (bummer) but it is really clear as to ingredients and possible cross-contamination. At least it gives you a good place to start. I am impressed and why can't other companies be as clear and concise!?!?!

http://www.goya.com/english/nutrition/listings_gluten.html

I love Goya! I've just discovered their "Maria" cookies which are gluten free. And MUCH less expensive than other gluten free cookies because there are so many in the box. And on top of all that, they taste good! :lol:

Yes, I wish all companies could be like Goya.

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Goya Maria cookies are gluten free? Cool. Gotta try that.

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I'm surprised they list all of their rice mixes as "containing gluten" as I've looked at a few (black bean most recently) and there were no gluten ingredients listed. Now I know there could be CC but seeing as their website lists CC separately from "contains gluten" I would guess that isn't the case. So, I wonder what the gluten is in all of the rice mixes if I can't identify it on the ingredients.

Ingredients

Long Grain Parboiled Rice Enriched with Iron (Ferric Orthophosphate), Niacin, Thiamine (Thiamine Mononitrate) and Folic Acid, Black Beans (Black Beans, Sugar, Calcium Chloride {Added as a Firming Agent}), Black Bean Powder (Black Beans, Corn Starch, Lecithin), Salt, Garlic, Dehydrated Red Pepper, Onion, Oregano, Cumin Bay Leaf

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I love Goya! I've just discovered their "Maria" cookies which are gluten free. And MUCH less expensive than other gluten free cookies because there are so many in the box. And on top of all that, they taste good! :lol:

I've checked out the Maria cookies, and they all seem to contain wheat. Does Goya make a special gluten free version?

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I've checked out the Maria cookies, and they all seem to contain wheat. Does Goya make a special gluten free version?

Green box, "Maria" cookies, big letters on the box: GLUTEN FREE. And they taste yummy. B)

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Green box, "Maria" cookies, big letters on the box: GLUTEN FREE. And they taste yummy. B)

Thanks! I guess they didn't have the gluten free Maria cookies where I saw the others! I'll have to check elsewhere.
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