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So I love ice cream, and turkey hill ice cream is one of the best!! So I sent a letter to the people at Turkey Hill. OH MY GOSH...they sent me this whole long list of their gluten free products and then send me a whole bunch of free coupons just for showing an interest in their company. I love it when people know what i'm asking about and then go out of their way to make sure that your experience is the best. I highly recommend writing them and asking about the gluten-free stuff!!!

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Well that's nice but I don't really have time to write, I'm sure you don't want to type the entire list of gluten free products but maybe you could list a few of them?


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I have the list at home.......so when i get there I will put some of the items on here, i'm in grad school....it just was a quick email, i didn't mean like a written letter, if that's what you thought.

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Hmm I'll email them too, get the list and scan it in for you, what address did you use?

EDIT: I used the contact us page on thier site... will let you know if/when I hear.

Only got this autoreply so far...

Thank you for sending your comments to Turkey Hill Dairy. Your message

has been sent to our Consumer Relations group. You can expect an answer

within three business days. Should you prefer, please contact us by

telephone at 1-800-MY-DAIRY (1-800-693-2479). We are available from 8

a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, M-F. We appreciate your thoughts and comments about

Turkey Hill products and our website.

The Folks @ Turkey Hill Dairy


Will update you when I hear more...

Edited by VydorScope

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here you go...

Hi Vincent,

Thank you for contacting Turkey Hill Dairy. We appreciate your

comments and interest in our products.

We understand that more and more consumers are being diagnosed

with Celiac Disease. Therefore, we work with our suppliers to

obtain gluten-free extracts and modified food starches. At this

time, all of our extracts are gluten-free. We also use corn and

tapioca modified food starches, both of which are also gluten-


We have begun to list our allergens on our labels. Below the

ingredients, you will see a CONTAINS: statement. If the product

contains gluten, wheat will be listed. Wheat is the only

ingredient we use that contains gluten. Therefore, the ice

creams containing cake and cookie pieces will contain gluten.

All of our drink products are gluten-free.

Thanks for taking time to contact us. In appreciation, we will

be sending you a gluten-free list and coupons. We appreciate

your comments and thank you for choosing Turkey Hill.



Melissa Warfel

Consumer Relations Representative

Ref: 344950

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Almost all ice creams are like this now -- all you have to do is read the ingredients, and usually the only ones with gluten are the obvious ones, like Oreo.


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Almost all ice creams are like this now -- all you have to do is read the ingredients, and usually the only ones with gluten are the obvious ones, like Oreo.


Yea, with the exepction of PURITY DARIES everyone I have contacted has said the same. Purity refused to disclose that information when I asked them so I refuse to buy thier products, even though tey are probably just as safe....

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