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Gluten Free Cornmeal - no cross contamination

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I tossed the bag, but I am pretty sure I last purchased Arrowhead Mills which is certified gluten-free.  


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I use this:

http://www.palmettofarms.com/Corn-Meal_c_9.html

The company is still working on their new website so they don't have all the information about gluten free on there yet but I can tell you what it said before the new website. They are a family company. They grow it, truck it, mill it, bag it all themselves. They even sew & label their own bags. All non GMO. Says certified gluten free. They only do corn & rice so there is no chance of cross contamination at all. Very fast shipping! Recipes right on the bag & sometimes you think the recipe is wrong but trust them; they know what they're doing. I thought their cornbread recipe was whacked out b/c the batter turned out totally soupy but it bakes up just great! LOVE the white grits I can get from them!!!!! I grew up on white grits & couldn't find any gluten-free ones anywhere till I found these people. 

I react to even cert. gluten-free oats & these people don't do oats so I'm good to go. YAY!


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Bob's Red Mill is gluten free.  They may have some that doesn't say gluten-free, but the gluten-free stuff should be safe.

 

  http://www.bobsredmill.com/faq.html/

   

  • Which products are gluten free?

    All of our products marked with our gluten free symbol are produced in a dedicated facility and batch tested for gluten content. For a complete list of our gluten free products, click here. If an item does not appear on this list, it is not produced in our gluten free facility.

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