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holiday16

Member Since 19 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active Jun 20 2010 07:51 AM
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Bush's Chili Beans

29 September 2009 - 01:23 PM

I bought a can of this the other day because the label did not list any gluten ingredients. I went to double check on the Bush's website to make sure it was o.k. and it lists it as containing gluten. I couldn't figure from the label what ingredient it could possibly be in so I did some google searches and found labels on-line for the same product and they list wheat flour on the ingredients, but that is not on my can.

Is it possible the formulation has changed and the website for Bush's has just not been updated yet? Has anyone else found the Bush's Best Chili Beans without wheat flour on the label? I know it had it in before because I would periodically check chili beans and had never found any without wheat in and was shocked when I picked up the can and found no wheat on the label.

Great Price On gluten-free Mixes From Betty Crocker

31 August 2009 - 07:11 AM

For anyone military who might be stationed here the mixes were at the commissary for $2.49 each and they did carry all 4. Don't know if other commissaries would have them, but anyone military or w/ access to a commissary may want to check it out. Also found Honey Kix for $1.89 a box and I think Chex are around $2 & I think they have all 5 kinds.

Still can't believe we found them there for that price. Our Krogers sells them for $4.49 a box. Very nice to save $ anywhere we can on gluten-free foods!!!

Paulette