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*new* Heinz Gluten Free List

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Here's their new gluten free list... They even included a recipe.

Heinz ketchup

Heinz organic ketchup

Heinz one-carb ketchup

Heinz no-sodium added ketchup

Heinz hot and spicy Kick'rs

Heinz easy squeeze ketchup

Lea & Perrins products: all varieties

Jack Daniels EZ marinader - teriyaki variety

Jack Daniels EZ marinader - garlic and herb variety

Heinz distilled white vinegar

Heinz red wine vinegar

Heinz apple cider vinegar

Heinz apple cider flavored vinegar

There are two full pages, I only listed the Heinz products. There are tons of ore-ida, aunt millie's, classico, and delimex products as well. I just don't have enough time right now to type them out.

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Here's their new gluten free list... They even included a recipe.

Heinz ketchup

Heinz organic ketchup

Heinz one-carb ketchup

Heinz no-sodium added ketchup

Heinz hot and spicy Kick'rs

Heinz easy squeeze ketchup

Lea & Perrins products: all varieties

Jack Daniels EZ marinader - teriyaki variety

Jack Daniels EZ marinader - garlic and herb variety

Heinz distilled white vinegar

Heinz red wine vinegar

Heinz apple cider vinegar

Heinz apple cider flavored vinegar

There are two full pages, I only listed the Heinz products. There are tons of ore-ida, aunt millie's, classico, and delimex products as well. I just don't have enough time right now to type them out.

does this mean they changed the recipe of their organic ketchup? It used to not be gluten free

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I think the problem with the organic ketchup was outsourced ingredients. Heinz didn't want to vouch for another manufactuer. I guess they got the comfirmation they needed.

Ooo. New lists! Yea! :wub::D

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Aunt Millie's - ALL pasta sauces

Classico - ALL classico pasta sauces

Ore Ida

Golden patties

tater-tots (all varieties)

snackin' fries

golden fries

golden crinkles

pixie crinkles

cottage fries

southern style hash browns

extra crispy fast food fries

potatoes o'brien

french fries

country style hashbrowns

shoestrings

deep fries crinkle cuts

hash browns

potato wedges with skins

For Delimex items, you should get the list because the upc code is really important in determining which items are safe.

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I noticed that TGIFriday's are made by Heinz. I am writing them to see if any of those things are gluten-free. On the box of potato skins they only list soy and milk on their "allergens". I wonder what is lurking in the other things......

-Jessica

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