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I just don't want to see sugar or canola oil in any products. I would not eat this cereal. I have ingredients as my top priority. I am not too picky on taste. Either I like it or I don't, but I do not have expectations of food tasting like the gluten-free foods I had before being diagnosed. I am grateful for good ingredients and I am starting to cook a lot more to assure this. Processed foods have to make a profit and they cannot use the best ingredients, all the time.




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