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Chapman's has gluten-free and nut-free ice creams, and really nice sorberts for those with lactose issues.  We usually buy them because of nut allergies, and most ice creams run the risk of nut cc.


Nicole 

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We eat Breyer's. Their website lists more than a dozen safe flavors. Obviously, you can not eat Cookies and Cream or some Brownie thing, but I feel confident that they clean between batches.


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Except for ones with obvious issues, like Oreo or cookie dough,  almost all ice creams are gluten-free. Read the label, as always, to be sure. The ice cream itself will almost certainly be gluten-free, you just have to worry about added content. Mainstream stuff like vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and the like do not worry me.


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Ben and Jerry's may not say gluten-free but if an ingredient was processed on the same line or facility as wheat, the label will tell you. I know that because I have checked out their peanut butter cup ice cream and those peanut butter cups ARE processed in the same facility.

 

I like Blue Bunny ice cream. At first I could only eat their all natural vanilla because all the others (like almost all ice creams execpt Ben and Jerrys and Hagen Daz) are sweetened with corn syrup and I had trouble with corn (although I don't anymore.) Well one day recently they were out of it so I got their regular vanilla. I didn't get sick but it sure doesn't taste anywhere near as good as the all natural so I won't get that again.


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It took 3 !/2 years but my intolerances to corn, soy, and everything else (except gluten) are gone!

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I like Edy's too! I called them last week just to double check and they said they will list wheat on the label if it has any in it. Just beware if it says cookies or cake you know it has wheat in it. I usually stick with Neopolitan or mint chocolate chip. :)


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Most ice cream is ok, just be sure to read the ingredients.  I splurge on a chocolate Dove bar now and then.  Most brands are ok.  Ice cream parlors where they dig out of open cartons is a separate issue and I won't indulge there.

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Ingredients are listed on the side of all cartons. Dairy (milk) and sugar are safe for celiacs, although some celiacs are milk sugar (lactose) intolerant.


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