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I celebrated by eating a Peppermint Pattie. :D

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Woooo Hoooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I wonder what's wrong with the Reese's seasonal shapes. Is it a CC issue? DH bought me a pretty large Reese's PB bunny and the ingredients look fine.

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Birdie - the seasonal shaped ones in the past did contain wheat for some holidays. I always thought it may be needed to mold them into the shape.

I always check the label before eating a seasonal PB cup and recently they do not include wheat.

The Hershey website does state this list is not all inclusive and that other items could be gluten free. I assume they didn't want to go into the details to which season shaped ones are ok or not so they just listed it this way.

As always read the label.

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Yep, just read the ingredients. The Easter ones, at least the ones I saw, seemed to be fine.

richard

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Do they label cross-contamination too?

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For those that do, it's not a label for cross contamination. It's a disclaimer that there MAY be a possibility for cross contact, through processing. Only the truly super sensitives would be susceptible.

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For those that do, it's not a label for cross contamination. It's a disclaimer that there MAY be a possibility for cross contact, through processing. Only the truly super sensitives would be susceptible.

Oh, so Hershey's says "May contain x" and "y was processed with x"? Or is it one or the other?

I suppose it wouldn't be the case that Hershey's would label "May contain x" since they do make non-gluten containing candies. Is that a true deduction?

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Thank you for this post. I can't imagine having to give up Hershey's!!! I got nervous thinking maybe I'd been eating them when I shouldn't have :)

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Oh, so Hershey's says "May contain x" and "y was processed with x"? Or is it one or the other?

I suppose it wouldn't be the case that Hershey's would label "May contain x" since they do make non-gluten containing candies. Is that a true deduction?

Any response to this?

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Hershey will always be in it the news. :unsure:

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Hershey will always be in it the news. :unsure:

You mean Hershey will always be in the news?

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