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Mt. Olive Pickles have no Gluten Ingredients

Recently, noticing that the Mt. Olive pickles contain flavoring, or natural flavoring, I wrote a letter asking whether their flavoring contains any derivatives of rye or barley, even if it doesn't contain any wheat.

Here's the letter I got back from them:

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Hallie, thanks for your note. Our QC folks followed up with our flavorings supplier, and our flavorings do not contain rye, barley or any of their derivatives.

 

Thanks for contacting us.

 

 

Lynn Williams

Community Relations

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800.672.5041, ext. 3628

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So I will continue enjoying the Mt. Olive Pickles!


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