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Dr.oetker Glemfix 3:1


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#1 juhuu

 
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Posted 12 June 2012 - 09:26 AM

Is this gluten free product? (Dr.Oetker gelfix 3:1)

Link of picture: http://imageshack.us...5/18285932.png/

*Not 2:1 nor 1:1, i need information only for 3:1.

Any help is appreciated :)
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 04:58 AM

Is this gluten free product? (Dr.Oetker gelfix 3:1)

Link of picture: http://imageshack.us...5/18285932.png/

*Not 2:1 nor 1:1, i need information only for 3:1.

Any help is appreciated :)

Is there any number that you can call, or e-mail adress? You can call company, or e-mail them. Usually Dr. Oetker products are gluten free in the USA or Canada, but this I'm not sure. Try to list ingredients. Are they in english? If not, I can help you with slovak, or czech translation.
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 07:15 AM

Is there any number that you can call, or e-mail adress? You can call company, or e-mail them. Usually Dr. Oetker products are gluten free in the USA or Canada, but this I'm not sure. Try to list ingredients. Are they in english? If not, I can help you with slovak, or czech translation.


i translated this from bosnian(croatian), this is specifations of product:
Fructose, gelling agents(pectin), acidity regulator(citric acid), dextrose, preservative(sorbic acid)

preservative-konzervans on bosnian, i dont know right translate for that word
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 07:23 AM

You could try the website. It allows you to pick which country you are buying is in.
http://www.oetker.co...ml/default/home
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#5 juhuu

 
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Posted 13 June 2012 - 07:38 AM

You could try the wbsite. It allows you to pick which country you are buying is in.
http://www.oetker.co...ml/default/home


i found that product only on croatian page(i know croatian)
http://www.oetker.hr...-8uq9nz.hr.html
and nothing is written about gluten (gluten-free nor not), i also send email to dr.oetker but no response yet

Thanks :)
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