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Gluten Free Nuts

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It seems as though I read something about this on here before, but I need to purchase almonds and walnuts.  I don't have time to place an order with nuts.com.  Are there any I can purchase from the grocery store that are safe and gluten free?  I can't seem to find the thread I remember reading before.

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i was in this exact predicament lolz - i needed pecans in a hurry, so i googlied it - 'diamond' said their pecans were gluten-free on the website, but when i got the package home, the dreaded disclaimer was on the back:  manufactured on shared equipment, may contain other tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy, milk or sesame seeds.  may contain shell pieces.

i was like:  RATS!!!  so, i got fisher.  they had a disclaimer, too, but just says:  may contain peanuts and/or other tree nuts.  may contain shell fragments.

lesson:  i shoulda read the label in the store..........  lolz


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Fisher nuts told me their nuts were NOT safe because they make gluten containing stuff on the same line. Of course that was a can of cashews. I don't know about their bagged stuff for baking.

Planter's nuts are safe (unless the ingredients label says otherwise), but I don't think they have bagged nuts for baking either.

Can you get nuts in the shell? Those should be safe. It'll be a pain having to crack them but if need be...


gluten-free since June, 2011

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

Life is good!



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I use Planters cashews...well eat them all the time is a better way to say it...anyway no issues with them.

January 2014-Celiac

August 2014- Hashimoto's

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Bob Marley

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