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I like to make chocolate things but I need a safe cocoa powder. I was using Ghirardelli because I thought it was safe (their website gives a kinda confusing explanation of their processing methods and what allergens might be present) but now I am definitely reacting to it so I had to throw it away :/ What do you use?

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I couldn't find one I didn't react to, sadly. I am extremely sensitive, however. I hope you do find one.

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I know that this one is ok for many super sensitives. It's called Droste

http://www.(Company Name Removed - They Spammed This Forum and are Banned)/Droste-DC9727-Cocoa-8-8o-oz/dp/B0007V11TQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1333544427&sr=8-1

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I like to make chocolate things but I need a safe cocoa powder. I was using Ghirardelli because I thought it was safe (their website gives a kinda confusing explanation of their processing methods and what allergens might be present) but now I am definitely reacting to it so I had to throw it away :/ What do you use?

Ghirardelli products are gluten free. I am very sensitive and use their products with no problems. Here is a listing of their products and the allergy information. Perhaps you have a problem with soy or dairy also?

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I don't eat dairy and soy but I've never worried about cross contamination from them. Whatever the case, I'm definitely not eating Ghirardelli again.

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I don't eat dairy and soy but I've never worried about cross contamination from them. Whatever the case, I'm definitely not eating Ghirardelli again.

If you don't eat dairy or soy and then ingest something with these as a possible cc, then that could be your answer. I would hate anyone to think that Ghirardelli contains gluten, because it does not. Check this out: Cocoa Powder

You will have to check which ones are gluten-free but I have never seen cocoa powder that contains gluten.

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Has anyone tried Navitas cocoa products? Are they ok?

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