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Carrie,

I'm in Canada also and have noticed the same thing. Ever since I read the first few posts here about the Staxx saying gluten-free on the label I've checked and have never seen that. Also, the plain Staxx seem to have a long list of ingredients, but the regular (classic or plain wavy) chips just have "specially selected potatoes", salt and oil of some kind that I can't remember.

(And you can't stack them, either.)

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Now I'm very confused. When I called Frito-Lay they told me not to use any of their products because of possible CC issues...... I wonder if maybe the regular machines could be in close proximity to the gluten-free lines and there could be a problem there, due to the non-gluten-free flavorings on some of their products. Maybe they are dusted on on something like that?

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I have eaten the chips on the gluten free list with no problem. I'm in Canada too and have not seen Lays Staxx labelled as gluten free. I think it is only labelled that way in the US. I have never tried the Staxx kind.

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Guest chickadee
and it does specifically say that All Lays Stax are made on a dedicated line and all Lays Stax ARE Gluten free... so this information IS accurate. I just can't get my browser to do copy and paste today... <_<

Sorry Im from Canada I guess the ingredients are different. :unsure:

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Now I'm very confused. When I called Frito-Lay they told me not to use any of their products because of possible CC issues...... I wonder if maybe the regular machines could be in close proximity to the gluten-free lines and there could be a problem there, due to the non-gluten-free flavorings on some of their products. Maybe they are dusted on on something like that?
Are you from Canada? I'm also wondering if the machines are close together.

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Those of you in Canada, it would probably be a good idea to find out directly from the company if there is a difference. If there is, that would be a good thing to know.

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Wow Kimberly: You have a westie? You have no idea how much I want one! :D

Yes, I have a Westie. She will be a year old next week. :) IF you want a Westie, just know that they are very active dogs!!! AND, they have a mind of their own. She is very smart and good, but if she decides to do something, telling her "no!" has very little effect!! Ha! If you are anywhere near Nebraska, I got her from a breeder here... good dogs for not such a big price!! :)

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Wow Kimberly: You have a westie? You have no idea how much I want one! :D

Sorry to continue the off-topic thing but I just had to agree with what Kimberly said. Her description is right on. They are wonderful, wonderful dogs, very intelligent, but definitely have a mind of their own, lol. I've owned two and both flunked two obedience courses (okay, I flunked, lol). I will someday get another for sure!

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soooooo, what is the final consensus here? are lays safe or no? we have been letting our girls take lays wavy original chips in their lunches.
I would say that eating lays chips is a personal decision. Some people react to them and others do not react to them. I would however recommend eating the lays chips that are on dedicated lines. I would contact the company to confirm which chips are on the dedicated lines.

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Guest BERNESES

Lizzie- What is this Celtic Gluten Free List you referred to in your original post?

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