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most of Frito Lay's products are... there are some that are not... your best bet is to go to Frito Lay's website to the ask kelly section and type in gluten free, this brings up a link to a page with their complete list of gluten-free products.

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most of Frito Lay's products are... there are some that are not... your best bet is to go to Frito Lay's website to the ask kelly section and type in gluten free, this brings up a link to a page with their complete list of gluten-free products.

It does say they are gluten free but be carefull because all of their products are made in a facility that also produces wheat products.

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I haven't had a problem with their Santitas chips. They have both yellow and white corn. They only come in one flavor, and they have three ingredients:

Corn, vegetable oil, salt

They were my favorite before, but I'm in love with them now :D

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I also eat Santitas....in fact I should have stock in them for how many bags I buy each week...my BF loves them and now I have his mom hooked on them too....HA!

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