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Cumberland Gap Ham gluten-free?

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Has anyone called to see if Cumberland Gap diced ham is gluten-free? If not, I'll have to call myself tomorrow (just can't do it while I'm at work). Thanks!

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Has anyone called to see if Cumberland Gap diced ham is gluten-free? If not, I'll have to call myself tomorrow (just can't do it while I'm at work). Thanks!

I called and it is gluten-free, just in case anyone else was wondering.

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I wanted to add an update to this thread. I called Cumberland Gap, now owned by Smithfield. Their products are all gluten free.

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I wanted to add an update to this thread. I called Cumberland Gap, now owned by Smithfield. Their products are all gluten free.

Thank you and everyone else for the invaluable help..this is my favorite ham, and I'm glad I will be able to serve it for Christmas..husband was just diagnosed with Celiac three weeks ago...Still very sick but hopefully with the diet he will improve soon..this site has helped me so much!! :)

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To be sure, you should check, because things can change in a year. Never rely on information that is not up to date. Welcome to the forum, and I hope we can continue to be of help in the future. Chances are that Cumberland Ham continues to be gluten free, but you should always take this information as a guide and verify for yourself. Companies get purchased by other companies, policies and recipes change, and something that was gluten free last year may not be this year. But it is a good start that they are gluten aware :)

ETA: I just saw your last post and did not see the previous posts of those who had cheked. Sorry :(

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Just wanted to add that I can no longer name a ham in the U.S. that has gluten since Heavenly Ham changed its glaze. Any gluten would be clearly listed in the glaze, if it has one.

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