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In Topic: Ingredient Lists In The U.s.a.

21 August 2011 - 04:36 PM

Hello, and welcome to the forum!

I am originally from Germany myself (Cologne area). Labeling in the US is indeed a bit more tricky than in Germany, but especially the big companies are pretty good about listing gluten ingredients and not just wheat.
I guess, if you have any questions about a specific product or group of products (e.g. cereals), you can write me a message, and I'll try to help. :)

In Topic: Gluten-Free In Germany, Paris, And Vilnius

21 August 2011 - 01:22 PM

I'm originally from Germany, and I can tell you that you won't have anything to worry about. You should be able to find gluten free products in most regular supermarkets (e.g. two common brands are Schaer and Glutano), and for sure at organic stores such as the Reformhaus chain, Alnatura, and DM (which is Budni in Hamburg).

In Topic: Is Honey Kix Glutenfree?

12 October 2010 - 05:22 PM

I've been having both the plain and the honey Kix for a while, since they don't list any gluten ingredients on the package. I have to admit that I am not the most sensitive celiac, but I have never had a reaction to either of the two Kix.

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