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I joined Sam's wholesale club shortly after being diagnosed (about two months ago) because I figured I would be eating more meat and fish now that I am going gluten free. I always enjoyed Sam's salmon in the past. Are their meat/fish products okay? I know the salmon says coloring has been added. Has anybody checked with Sam's in the past.

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I joined Sam's wholesale club shortly after being diagnosed (about two months ago) because I figured I would be eating more meat and fish now that I am going gluten free. I always enjoyed Sam's salmon in the past. Are their meat/fish products okay? I know the salmon says coloring has been added. Has anybody checked with Sam's in the past.

Thanks

YOu name is Nashville... that mean you live in Nashville? Wondering which Sams you go to... cause if you get an answer Im gonna be following you around! heheh

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Feel free to call their Butcher Dept at the store -- talk to the Manager/Supervisor

Then work yourself up the chain if they don't know...

Unless something is marinated or breaded or battered, meats/fish are pretty much gluten-free...

I eat Steak/hamburger and Grill Fish all the time...

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I go to the Sam's on Old Hickory right off of I-40 west of downtown.

Ah, I am on the n/e side of Nashville, usally go to the one near the Rivergate mall.

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Raw meat of any sort must by USDA law list stuff that adds nutrition, including wheat and barley, if it's there. All you have to do is reads the ingredients.

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Check the ingredients on any pre-packaged items, but we use their fresh meats all the time and have had no problems. Wal-mart meats contain additives, but Sam's do not usually. It is easy for a family of our size to purchase the larger packages at Sam's and separate them into meal-sized groupings for the freezer. If I had to buy meats from most of the regular grocery chains, this family would have to become vegetarian.

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They're pre-made roast chicken is not. The other night I got home from work and had to run to Sam's Club to develop pictures. I was starving so I figured I'd just get one of the pre-made roast chickens. Well I can't tell you how bummed I was when I saw it was rubbed with wheat flour. Who the heck rubs a chicken with wheat flour -grrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!

Atleast I got my pictures taken care of : (

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Yes!--We used to like having their chicken once in a while. I don't see why it has to have wheat, either. Its not like it's crispy or anything!

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