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Carriefaith

Member Since 14 Apr 2004
Offline Last Active Nov 12 2011 09:53 AM
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#746622 Yoplait Yogurt

Posted by Carriefaith on 11 November 2011 - 07:38 AM

Hi Everyone,

I asked Yoplait my question about their Desert Selections such as Rasberry Crumble and for anyone who is interested, this was the response:

Dear Consumer:

We acknowledge receipt of your question concerning gluten, namely our Yoplait Source Dessert Selection yogurt, and would like to thank you for taking the time to contact us.

Please be advised that we carefully analyze all of our ingredients (presence of wheat, rye, barley, triticale, spelt, oats and malt) to ensure they do not contain gluten. The only Yoplait product containing gluten is our Yoplait Source Muesli Selection yogurt. This product is constituted of two separate components, which are a 130g yogurt container, manufactured and tightly sealed in our production plant, topped with a dome of crunchy cereals, sealed properly and provided by an independent supplier. The yogurt containers and dome of cereals are delivered in other premises for assembly purposes. Therefore, we can assure you that there are no cross-contamination risks with any other Yoplait products which can therefore be safely consumed by people with celiac disease.Consumer satisfaction is always high on our list of priorities.

Thank you for your interest and be assured that Yoplait is continuously working to be the first to offer consumers innovative products of the highest quality.

Sincerely,

Consumer Service

YOPLAIT
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#143680 For Those Who Need Food Ideas For Long Road Trips

Posted by Carriefaith on 24 May 2006 - 09:52 AM

I just traveled a very long distance by car (PEI to Alberta) and I just wanted to give everyone food ideas for long distance traveling since a lot of us cannot eat out at restaurants. The best approach is to buy canned food such as Green Giant vegetables, Heinz beans, ect and bring a microwavable dish with a cover and a can opener. Almost all the big truck stops have a microwave and a sink to clean your dishes. In Canada, go to Petro Canada Truck stations. Thai kitchen rice noodles are also good to microwave http://www.thaikitch...llergyinfo.html

Other ideas are fruit to go bars, trail mix (dried fruit and nuts), gluten free bread and peanut butter, and candy!
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#105406 Bbq Sauce / Steak Sauce

Posted by Carriefaith on 19 February 2006 - 08:36 PM

I use Kraft BBQ sauces. Kraft will clearly indicate gluten, if present, in their ingredients lists.
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#50720 Freeze Dried Camping Food

Posted by Carriefaith on 05 July 2005 - 03:49 PM

Thai kitchen has instant rice noodles that are super easy to make, just place them and the seasoning in boiling water, let it sit for a while and voila!

These ones should work well if you have pots:
http://p2.hostingpro...icenoodles.html
I like Thai Ginger and Spring Onion

These ones should work well if you don't have pots:
http://p2.hostingpro.../soupbowls.html
http://p2.hostingpro...oodlecarts.html
I like Thai Ginger, Spring Onion and Pad Thai
*don't get Hot and Sour Rice Noodle Soup Bowl NOT gluten-free

Here is their gluten-free list from their website:

QUESTION:
Which products are wheat/gluten free?
ANSWER:
Most of Thai Kitchen products are wheat/gluten free. The exceptions are Hot and Sour Rice Noodle Soup Bowl, Peanut Sauce Mix, Peanut Bake, Savory Garlic Stir-fry Rice Noodles (5.3oz), and the Lemongrass and Chili Rice Noodle Soup (5.3oz box), Toasted Sesame Stir-Fry (New) and Curry Stir Fry (New).
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