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We got a couple of things from Trader Joes, that ARE not on their gluten free list. If you read the ingredients they look okay.

Wasabi Oil ---Canola oil, Wasabi powder, Wasabi leaf, Mustard oil Allergy information:Manufactured on shared equipment with peanuts and soy

Shrimp cocktail sauce---Chili sauce (concentrated crushed tomatoes, corn syrup,vinegar,salt, dehydrated onion, natural flavors, garlic powder). Horesradish,Lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce (water,vinegar,molasses,corn sweetners,anchovies,and or sardines, natural flavors,fresh onions tamarinds, salt and fresh garlic cloves, chili peppers and fresh eschalots) Vinegar, red pepper, salt, citric acid

Savory thin mini crackers---rice flour, sesame seeds, safflower oil, soy sauce powder (soy beans,salt, maltodextrin-from corn ) salt, garlic powder

These are all trader joes brands. Has anybody tried them and had a problem, or do you think the ingredients are ok?

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I eat the savory thins with no problems (but have never called to confirm the product's gluten-free status). I think it's been a while since TJ's has updated their gluten-free list.

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I eat the savory thins with no problems (but have never called to confirm the product's gluten-free status). I think it's been a while since TJ's has updated their gluten-free list.

:) Thanks----the chips are good too!!!! According to the updated traderjoes list that is posted on the food ingredient message board, the other two products are gluten free too. Yeah!!!! :P

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I had the thins, I didn't like them. the Shrimp cocktail sauce is spicy, too much for me, but if you like spicy food then you'll like it.

I stock up on the gluten-free french rolls, also make great bread crumbs

their salmon is very good and the gluten-free waffles are great

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I had the thins, I didn't like them. the Shrimp cocktail sauce is spicy, too much for me, but if you like spicy food then you'll like it.

I stock up on the gluten-free french rolls, also make great bread crumbs

their salmon is very good and the gluten-free waffles are great

gluten-free french rolls???? I've never seen those at TJ's. What brand are they?

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they're traders brand, I get them were all the regular bread is when you first walk in, they come 5 in a package for about $ 3.50. no dairy either..my mom picked me up 2 packs today at her store.

I made a great bread crumb topping for my cod, added fresh spices and sauted onion,garlic and scallops.

I hope you can find them..I get so mad when I read about a great product, go to whole foods and my store doesn't have it :angry:

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they're traders brand, I get them were all the regular bread is when you first walk in, they come 5 in a package for about $ 3.50. no dairy either..my mom picked me up 2 packs today at her store.

I made a great bread crumb topping for my cod, added fresh spices and sauted onion,garlic and scallops.

I hope you can find them..I get so mad when I read about a great product, go to whole foods and my store doesn't have it :angry:

Wow thanks! I'll look for those (and I'll try not to be too sad if I can't find them :) )

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