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Dunkin Donuts Oatmeal - Beware

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Maybe it's already been discussed, but we stopped into a DD while travelling last weekend, and they had these little oatmeal pots for sale right near the register.  I thought, "Oh, wouldn't it be great if I could have these for breakfast" (and yes, I know there are other brands, but there's a DD right near my office)

I went to look to see if they were certified gluten-free oats - not only were they not certified, but the ingredients also listed barley and rye - the trifecta of trouble!  Why they felt the need to add barley and rye to oatmeal, I have no clue.  Now I know none of us would eat oatmeal that isn't certified, and we'd definitely check, but just wanted to make you guys aware.


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