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Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications

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This particular forum on is described on the main page thus:

Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications

Discussions regarding which mainstream products are gluten-free and which are not.

It is not intended to be about products that are labeled gluten-free. If it were that simple, we would not need this discussion forum.

Here, in the Gluten-Free Foods, Products, Shopping & Medications section, we talk about products that are not labeled gluten-free, but which in fact are, for all reasonable purposes. Since the forum opened eight and a half years ago, there have been 12,653 topics started by members here. Obviously there is an interest, if not a real need.

We post here to help each other with practical advice. We know there is always a risk of contamination when you buy a prepared food from someone else. We know that, even when a food is labeled gluten-free, there is a chance of contamination--we just know that the level is below a certain limit. It may, in fact, be zero. You just can't prove that.


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