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So me and hubby are suppose to be going gluten free. He grew up loving Skippy Peanut butter. So we were just in the grocery store and found through our triumph dining grocery guide...a few peanut butters that are gluten free..awesome..but...he would LOVE to be able to have skippy again lol But it wasn't listed in the book. I could care less most of the time peanut butter is peanut butter to me but he would love to be able to have skippy again. So we looked at the ingredients and it seems only one of the skippy containers said gluten free...it was something with a honey nut flavor or something? I can't remember now but along the side it specifically said "gluten free" then i looked at the regular skippy and it didn't say that so I told him to hold on and I'd check what some of you have to say? I dunno why the other type of skippy didn't say gluten free when one did..shouldn't they just put it on all of them if they are? lol

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So me and hubby are suppose to be going gluten free. He grew up loving Skippy Peanut butter. So we were just in the grocery store and found through our triumph dining grocery guide...a few peanut butters that are gluten free..awesome..but...he would LOVE to be able to have skippy again lol But it wasn't listed in the book. I could care less most of the time peanut butter is peanut butter to me but he would love to be able to have skippy again. So we looked at the ingredients and it seems only one of the skippy containers said gluten free...it was something with a honey nut flavor or something? I can't remember now but along the side it specifically said "gluten free" then i looked at the regular skippy and it didn't say that so I told him to hold on and I'd check what some of you have to say? I dunno why the other type of skippy didn't say gluten free when one did..shouldn't they just put it on all of them if they are? lol

Skippy is owned by Unilever, and they will label all forms of gluten on their labels. If you don't seen wheat, barley or rye, it contains no gluten.

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They are a Unilever company and that company is very good about labeling.

http://www.peanutbutter.com/help/virtualagent

Are all Skippy Nut butters gluten free?

Information available: Ingredients that may contain any of the top eight allergens as defined by the FDA:

Peanuts, tree nuts, soy, fish, seafood, wheat, eggs, and milk or dairy, as well as any ingredient that may contain gluten, are always listed on the label.

Since product formulations change from time to time, the best advice we can give you is to check the ingredient list on the label.

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Skippy is owned by Unilever, and they will label all forms of gluten on their labels. If you don't seen wheat, barley or rye, it contains no gluten.

Good! They confused me by putting gluten free on one and not the other it made me second guess! lol

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We use the plain & chunk. There is nothing in the ingredients to suggest gluten.

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We use both chunky and plain as well with no issues. Enjoy your peanut butter :)

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I about freaked when I saw skippy come up in a topic. Especially after that BBQ fiasco, which really got me going. I'm glad this got corrected quickly cuz I live on Udi's and skippy. Thanks. Be well.

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I buy Skippy's, too...and have no problem with it. So Enjoy!!!

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Thanks everyone...hubby is very happy about this :)

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