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Hello,

Is there a list of regular products that are gluten free? I know there is one you can pay for to download online but is there any free online lists,or books that are out there that would have products listed?

Thanks!

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Yes, here is a good list, but make sure you still check ingredients, since manufacturer change ingredients often and the list only gets update a few times a year, and may not be 100% accurate anyhow. Use it more as a guideline to put you in the right direction.

http://homepage.mac.com/sholland/celiac/GFfoodlist.pdf


~West Coast-Central California~

Mariann, gluten intolerant and mother of 3 gluten intolerant children

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If you are in Canada or the USA, there are a large number of manufacturers whose policy is to clearly disclose the presence of gluten on the label. With these brands/companies, just read the ingredient list looking for any of the words wheat, rye, oat or barley. If none of those words appear, then you know that the product does not contain a gluten source, even if vague terms like "seasoning" do appear in the ingredient list.

The list I have at the moment is:

Arrowhead Mills, Aunt Nelly's, Balance, Baskin Robbins, Ben & Jerry, Bertoli, Betty Crocker, Blue Bunny, Breyers, Campbells, Cascadian Farms, Celestial Seasonings, ConAgra, Country Crock, Edy's, General Mills, Good Humor, Green Giant, Haagen Daz, Hellman's, Hershey, Hormel, Hungry Jack, Jiffy, Knorr, Kozy Shack, Kraft, Lawry's, Libby's, Lipton, Martha White, Maxwell House, McCormick, Nabisco, Nestle, Old El Paso, Ortega, Pillsbury, Popsicle, Post, Progresso, Ragu, Russell Stover, Seneca Foods, Skippy, Smucker, Stokely's, Sunny Delight, T Marzetti, Tyson, Unilever, Wishbone, Yoplait, Zatarain's.

This makes many products which are available in the "normal" section of a grocery store usable for us. Just find one of these brands, read the label (always!), choose a gluten-free product, and enjoy.


Peter

Diagnosis by biopsy of practically non-existent villi; gluten-free since July 2000. I was retested five years later and the biopsy was normal. You can beat this disease!

Type 1 (autoimmune) diabetes diagnosed in March 1986

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The CSA also puts out a list that can be purchased. It is updated yearly. Like said before these lists are great for newbies to give them a "guide" as to what to eat. However, even with the list please always read labels and check with the company. A published list is out of date the second that it is published as things are constantly changing.

-Jessica :rolleyes:


Jessica

Gluten Free since 12-31-2002!!

Kansas

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Thank you all,

It's been quite a learning process trying to figure out what is ok and what isn't. it's been trial and error. Only the error part is not fun when it makes me sick. I am getting to the point where I am mostly buying gluten-free products at the health food stores but it would be nice to not have to spend the extra money it usually costs.

Thanks again!

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