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    It looks to be gluten-free: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Propyl_gallate
    Thanks, Scott! It does look like the ingredients are gluten free. Sometimes food is made in shared equipment with a chance of cross contamination. Im wondering if anyone else has had a reaction to these items.    Take care. 
    Just checked the fridge and found a can of Ghostfish Kick Step, one of my favs. No sorghum, it uses beet sugar.