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Gluten-Free Ingredients Vary by Country

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Hydrolyzed veg prorein and similars made me sick. Maltodextrin in Europe can be wheat derived: in US they sdhould declare the source, often corn but in eu may be wheat


You list these as gluten-free. Not my experience!!!!! 

what is the basis for claiming these are gluten-free???  

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If you are referring to our Safe list below, at the top of it we indicate: "This list focuses on safe gluten-free foods and ingredients within the USA and Canada."

It would be too complex to try to include all countries, and most of our visitors are in the USA and Canada.

In the USA, all maltodextrin is made from corn, and our labelling laws do require companies to include "Contains Wheat" as an allergy warning if there is any wheat.



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