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Frito-Lay Announces Initiative To Validate And Label Products As Gluten Free - MarketWatch (press release)

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Frito-Lay Announces Initiative To Validate And Label Products As Gluten Free

MarketWatch (press release)

Frito-Lay is not removing gluten from products, rather, has developed a gluten free validation process with input from the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP) and the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) for testing ingredients and finished ...

Restaurant Claims Prompt Push for Standardized 'Gluten-Free' Labeling Wall Street Journal (blog)

Smart Choices: Diet may help against celiac disease KVOA Tucson News

North American Society for the Study of Celiac Disease Calls for Industry ... EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)

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As the leading salty snack food company (no other maker even comes close to the number of products or market share), this is a big deal. I recall trying to learn which chips were safe to eat when I was diagnosed. Frito Lay should be applauded for this major step. They are a top notch company. Their products are of very high quality. I say that not only as a consumer, but also as a past employee. That gave me insight into just how much effort and resources they expend on research, developement, and quality control.

I've never had any problems with Frito Lay products that had no gluten ingredients listed on the label.

best regards, lm


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