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Gluten-free Corn Chex in Stores Now

After I wrote that last blog entry, I went to my local Giant Food store and there on the shelf was
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a box of Corn Chex marked "Gluten-free"!  So distribution is ahead of schedule!


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SED

said this on
25 Apr 2009 2:38:57 PM PST
Wal-Mart had GF Corn Chex on the shelves this morning. Yay!!

 
JohnH

said this on
04 May 2009 6:33:05 PM PST
I was at our local Price Chopper and was stunned to see a BIG GLUTEN FREE on both Rice Chex and Corn Chex (GeneralMills) THIS IS GREAT! TY TO General Mills!

 
Amanda

said this on
05 May 2009 5:35:37 PM PST
I also found GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE CHEX! At my local Target! =D

 
Hallie

said this on
05 May 2009 5:56:59 PM PST
Oh, YUM! Target, here I come!

 
said this on
13 May 2009 12:30:43 PM PST
Target has gluten free Honeynut too!

 
Erin

said this on
15 May 2009 8:44:40 AM PST
This makes me so happy I could cry.




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