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Updated Trader Joe's List

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Thanks Bev--we have a Trader Joe's not far from us. I seem to go the Whole Foods near it more, but your list will make it easier to navigate, so I'll check it out again next time I'm over there.

BTW--my sister in law and her family live in Nashua, NH. We've been there several times and it's beautiful up there :)

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Hi Everyone- Last time I checked with them, they didn't have a list because it was in the process of being updated. Here's a link to the new one:

http://www.traderjoes.com/products/brochures/EC_gluten.pdf

Berneses--thanks so much for doing this but a question here.

I've been calling for months and they said the same to me.

I just printed yours and it has the same date as befof June 2005

Printed the list and compared to the old and and I didn't see ANY difference.

what was the date of the update on the one you printed.

Did they email you one or is it on the TJ link. Havent' ck'd yet

Judy in PHilly

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Oh gosh- I didn't realize that! Thanks for noticing that Judy. I got it off their website and assumed if it was up again it was the new one but maybe it's not.

I actually called about a month ago about their Beef Shepherd's Pie and their nutritionist called back (I thought that was pretty cool!). But I'll double check and see if I can find out anything new.

Oh and one more thing- if you are sensitive to gluten-free products that are produced in factories that also process wheat- be careful with their prepared frozen meals. They usually put on them if it has been processed in the same facility as wheat but I noticed after that last Shepherd's Pie, I felt a little weird (could have been a coincidence). Just a little FYI.

Jerseyangel- New Hampshire is really awesome. Are you from New Jersey? My brother in law's family is from Mahwah and you went down there for Thanksgiving last year and it was GORGEOUS. I felt like I was in NH!

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Bev--No, my husband and I are from central NY. We've been in NJ now for 10 years--and love it here! Before this, we lived in GA for 7 1/2 years. It was nice there, too, but different. I guess I'm a northern kind of girl :) .

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