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I bought Spicely Organics Chili powder from Whole Foods in Bellevue, WA.  I got very sick after eating it, so I tested it with three separate gluten tests.  They all came up positive for >10ppm, which is what their "certification" says they test below.  

I just wanted to warn everyone away from them.  They clearly have quality control problems and are not safe for celiacs.

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Get me the manufacturing date, and lot number on this please. I know some people in the company and will forward this to them. I am also notifying them of this thread. They are the only brand I use for spices and have not had ANY issues in over 4 years of using their spices.

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Did you eliminate everything else that you ate as being the source of your glutening?  Could it have been something that you ate before using this spice?

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I used EZ Gluten tests.  I tested each ingredient and the Chili Powder was the only one that came up positive (three times).  

I couldn't find a manufacturing date.

The Lot Number:

OGSCHPOWSP160414

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OGSCHPOWSP170201 off of amazon that I got in, tested Negative for gluten I ran Nima and EZ SO at least current shelf product of the chili powder I can say is negative.

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