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gluten-free Worcestershire Sauce

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I just got a letter from Reckitt Benckiser that says:

The following products contain no Wheat, Barley, Rye or Oats:

French's Worcestershire Sauce

French's Prepared Mustards

French's Honey Mustard

Cattlemen's Barbecue sauces EXCEPT Honey Flavour

Frank's Original RedHot Sauce/Frank's Xtra Hot RedHot Sauce

Frank's RedHot Buffalo Wing Sauce

Frank's RedHot Chile 'n' Lime Sauce

French's Potato Sticks (Original, Barbecue, Cheezy Cheddar)

French's GourMayo (Sun Dried Tomato, Wasabi Horseradish and Creamy Dijon)

NoSalt Salt Substitute

~the distilled vinegar in French's Mustards, French's Worcestershire Sauce, Frank's RedHot Sauces and Cattlemen's Barbecue Sauce is not derived from wheat and is therefore gluten free. It is sourced from distilled alcohol.

~the caramel color in ~Wheat and soybeans are part of one of the ingredients used in the Cattleman's Gold formula. However they are completely digested during the manufacturing process of this ingredient resulting in the complete elimination of gluten.

is not derived from wheat and is therefore gluten free.

~Wheat and soybeans are part of one of the ingredients used in the Cattleman's Gold formula. However they are completely digested during the manufacturing process of this ingredient resulting in the complete elimination of gluten.

Because product formulations may be modified occasionally, we recommend that persons on special diets always read ingredient statements carefully even on products which previously have been found acceptable.

Durkee and French's spices, seasonings, sauces and gravies are manufactured by Tone Spices. Please contact them at 800-247-5251 for information on these products.

There was a cover letter from Toronto, but the above list was provided from New Jersey, the letterhead says rev. June 2005.

I have no idea what this means ~Wheat and soybeans are part of one of the ingredients used in the Cattleman's Gold formula. However they are completely digested during the manufacturing process of this ingredient resulting in the complete elimination of gluten.

I haven't seen French's Worcestershire Sauce at Safeway, I still have to check at Superstore and Co-op.

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Lea & Perrins worcestershire is gluten-free too. I'm not sure about the soy, but perhaps by the wheat being 'digested' they mean they use distilled vinegar from grain in that product??

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Nice :D I've been searching for a gluten free worcestershire and haven't found one yet. I'm going to check to see if Sobey's has it today :)

Lea & Perrins worcestershire is gluten-free too.
Lea & Perrins worcestershire is not gluten free in Canada :( They put barley in it here.

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ew, barley... forgot to say in US its gluten-free. thanks!

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I'm going to check to see if Sobey's has it today :)

Oooh, Sobey's. I forgot about them. Let me know if they have it.

Hey, maybe Wal-mart. If I go out and about later, I'll look around.

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Oooh, Sobey's. I forgot about them. Let me know if they have it.

Hey, maybe Wal-mart. If I go out and about later, I'll look around.

I looked at Sobeys and couldn't find it :( I'm going to check Walmart and Superstore. Hopefully I can find it somewhere. I have a great recipe that uses worcestershire sauce and I haven't been able to make it since I started the diet because I can't find a gluten free worcestershire sauce.

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I looked at Sobeys and couldn't find it :( I'm going to check Walmart and Superstore. Hopefully I can find it somewhere. I have a great recipe that uses worcestershire sauce and I haven't been able to make it since I started the diet because I can't find a gluten free worcestershire sauce.

Don't bother, Carrie. I just called the 800 # on the letter to ask what stores it was available at, explained why I had to find it (gluten-free and WooHoo if it's available in Canada), and that the manager at Sobeys had never heard of it. She put me on hold for a while and when she came back she said she had good news and bad news. Bad news (you know this by now) Not available in Canada :angry: . Good news...they can mail order it. She doesn't know the shipping charges, but I figure that it would probably be cheaper for me to drive 3 hours to Montana than pay to have a $2.00 bottle of worcestershire sauce shipped to me.

Stupid not available in Canada. We are the second biggest land mass on the planet! EVERYTHING should be available in Canada. Except gluten. :P

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Stupid not available in Canada. We are the second biggest land mass on the planet! EVERYTHING should be available in Canada. Except gluten.
B) I agree

It's a long drive for me to get to Calais Maine... so I'm trying to get a friend to get me some Lea & Perrins worcestershire sauce from the states. This may be my only way.

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