This forum is here to help newbies. "According to my opinion" we DO need to discuss things, and when those of us with years of experience can ease the minds of newbies about the safety of certain products, we have done our job well.
When other newbies come here and try to scare people away from perfectly safe products, they are being counterproductive.
The bottom line is, no matter what YOU think, Kraft is a great company that is extremely celiac friendly for those who are willing to read labels, and their products are available at reasonable prices.
And I must say, I notice you were "diagnosed" by Enterolab. If you had applied the same stringent demands of your "diagnostician" as you do to food companies, you would have learned that Enterolab is a scam. I'm not saying you don't have celiac, but the "test" you had is not recognized by the medical community nor celiac specialists. There are tests available in which the science is solid and has been peer reviewed. I suggest you do better research in the future because when it comes to one's health, shaky science can be dangerous.