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Whole Foods 365 Brand Yogurt

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Hi,

I've read old posts about Whole Foods and about yogurt, but I haven't found an answer... Does anyone know if Whole Foods 365 brand fat-free yogurt is gluten-free? The only questionable ingredient was natural flavors. I just assumed it was fine, but just checked and discovered that it's not listed on Whole Foods' gluten-free shopping list.

The reason I'm asking is that I had a sort of bad week in the tummy department and so I was reviewing my food journal for stupid things I might have done. This yogurt was a new item for me this week. I'd been eating yogurt, but not this brand.

Somehow I just can't wrap my head around the idea that yogurt might have gluten in it -- provided it's not a cookie/crunchy/malt flavor. Is this something I need to worry about more?

Thanks!

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My guess is that if it is not on the gluten-free list it is probably questionable. Whole Foods seems pretty good about there lists.

Hez

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I buy the plain 365 brand yogurt and add my own jam plus a lil' sugar for flavoring... I have not had any problems with their plain yogurt. I think it tastes really good, and it's a really nice, thick and creamy yogurt. :P

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It is more than likely ok, but look at the date on their gluten-free list, it's from 11/04, so I don't even bother with it.

Just call corporate and they should be able to tell you.

It's not on their website, but their number is:

(512) 477-4455

They're based in Austin, TX.

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I was wondering the same thing! I wanted to buy the vanilla but didnt want to risk it and couldnt find it on the WF list either (which is so outdated! 2004?!) so i ended up buying the plain and adding stuff to it to sweeten-- never thought of jam though- great idea!! Anyway, please do let us know if you call and get an answer about the other flavors- i SO miss my dannon vanilla yogurt :(

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I get Cascade Fresh yogurt, it's clearly labeled gluten-free right on the container and it's really good. Fruit in the bottom and you just mix it up.

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don't know about WF, but here's Stonyfield Farm's gluten info:

"Does your yogurt contain gluten?

Our nonfat, lowfat and whole milk plain yogurts do not contain any gluten source ingredients. We do not add gluten to our products; however, some of the NATURAL FLAVORS used to make our products may contain gluten-derived stabilizers."

boo - i didn't know about this potential "flavors" problem.

(written on belly-full of blueberry yogurt) :unsure:

re: flavoring it yourself - fig jam makes for yummy yogurt, fyi.

or real maple syrup. with or without bananas.

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I know, i was upset about the stonyfield too, but i use the plain and i too use maple syrup- so yum! Sometimes i add a dash of brown sugar if i want something even a little sweeter. Occasionally ill add real fruit too but i am so excited to try jam now!

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