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Member Since 04 Feb 2010
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Old Dutch Chips (Some Are Cc'd)

29 September 2014 - 10:21 AM

I've been eating Old Dutch products for a while without problem, but last night I picked up a bag of red and white tortilla chips (labeled gluten-free) and had a reaction within minutes (blinding migraine--still here this morning.) I don't remember Old Dutch having a labeling problem when I first researched the company. I believe at the time only some of their corn products were listed as gluten free, and I've eaten their products for a couple of years now without problems. But this batch, the type of which I've never had before, is definitely cc'd. It was coming from one of their Alberta plants, if you wish to avoid.


I contacted the company, which confirmed that some of their corn chips are made on shared lines (email below.)


I've asked them to please remove the gluten-free label from anything made on shared lines, and I'd appreciate anyone who does the same: info@olddutchfoods.com


Also, does anyone have any advice for gluten-free tortilla chips in Canada? Alberta, specifically. Thanks.






Thank you for your inquiry.  Some or our Corn products such as Restaurante Red And White are produced on the same line as products containing wheat .  Complete cleaning, and sanitizing are performed prior to running a non- gluten product run to eliminate and chance of cross contamination.  Thank you again for taking the time to write.




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