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Hey everyone.

I know that Walmart is in the process of starting to label their products gluten-free. I was thinking we could start getting a list going of what's gluten free and what's not. Granted, it's easy enough to check when you're in teh store (since it'll have that lovely word right on the package... GLUTEN-FREE!). But anyway, from my last trip to Walmart, here's what I remember as being gluten-free:

- Apple butter

- Canned pink salmon

- Peanut butter (not entirely sure about this one)(?)

Darn it, I know I saw more, but for the life of me that's all I can remember right now. Feel free to add anything you've seen!

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I saw some lunchmeats that were labeled gluten free... I think it was ham and roast beef and such...

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Margarine

Block cheddar cheese

Shredded pizza blend cheese

Refried beans

White bread (ha ha ha, just kidding!)

Frozen tater tots (shared facility, though)

That's all I can think of right now.

Lisa

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:huh: I found some ORGANIC {New!} Ragu Spaghetti Sauce.

I purchased both the "traditional" & the "Garden veggie" in this Organic Ragu Sauce. In reading the label, it has no additives & no preservatives. According to RAGU, all ingredients in this are certified ORGANIC.

I'm hoping this is safe, because if not, then my husband will be eating alot of Organic Spaghetti sauce by himself! LOL! Earlier, I had went into Ragu Website, & did not know they had an "Organic" Sauce out, but was surprised to see it at our local Wal-Mart....... :rolleyes:

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Everything I picked up had that warning lable on it about the production line or whatever they call it where the product was made on the same line as others....as you can see I did not have a very lucky day w/ gluten-free lables...HAHA!!

i'll keep looking and post when I see things labeled as gluten-free @ The Mart! Thanks everyone else that is posting too...this will REALLY be helpful when shopping...

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cherry pie filling

marshmellows

pizza sauce

3 kinds of pasta sauce

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Lots of pickles and olives are labeled gluten-free at Walmart!

Good job here on the tip of the Pickles & Olives! So far, I have not shopped for pickles at Wal-Mart, but I just so happened to pick up some of their Wal-Mart "GREAT VALUE" brand Jumbo pitted Black Olives in the dark blue can. While reading the back of the label, under where it says: Marketed by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. it is plainly labeled "GLUTEN-FREE!"

YIPPIE FOR WAL-MART HERE!!!!!!!!!!! :D:D:D:D

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White Salsa con Queso...mmmm...

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Their version of potatoes au gratin. The commercial versions have wheat, but the wal Mart brand doesn't.

Go figure. For a really quick meal, I add a can of chicken and green beans and bake. Tastes good, gluten-free, and great for lunch the next day.

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Their version of potatoes au gratin. The commercial versions have wheat, but the wal Mart brand doesn't.

Go figure. For a really quick meal, I add a can of chicken and green beans and bake. Tastes good, gluten-free, and great for lunch the next day.

Hey Nettie!

Are these the Wal-Mart "GREAT VALUE" brand? Comes in a box, right? I haven't tried any of the Potatoes Au Gratin yet, and your quick meal here sounds really yummy... I'll have to try it! I shop at good ole` "Wally~World" all the time... Thanks for the tip!!! :)

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