Yes, I have eaten Nut Thins a few times, and I have had a reaction to them every time. The pecan and almond "flavors" are the only ones I tried. It took me about 3 times to narrow it down to the Nut Thins, but without doubt, any time and every time I ate them I felt really sick for a few days. Then I read the fine print and discovered the warning. Puzzle solved.
For many but not all Celiacs a "gluten free" label does not necessarily mean the product is gluten free enough.
My daughter had a bad reaction to nut thins crackers. Has anyone else experienced any problems with them? Trying to make sure that is what caused her reaction.