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    They are naturally gluten-free but do not have "gluten-free" on their label: https://www.planters.com/product/00029000072121 Ingredients PEANUTS, PEANUT AND/OR COTTONSEED OIL, SEA SALT.
    are planters cocktail peanuts gluten free ?
    @Ferguston .....unless by "the rare cases that you should avoid them is when they damage you, but those are a small number of people only." you meant carbohydrates as a general category of nutrients and not processed carbohydrates. If so, my humble apologies. I often race to post things without stopping long enough to consider context.