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Okay quick silly question. You all know the delishous Cappochino that you get out of the machine at 7-11 the french vanilla delishouness that i rember pre gluten free life. Is it safe for us celiacs to drink because I am craving it hard core and the winter is coming and it is my favorite hott yummyness to warm my insides. So please tell me that its safe and also hot chocolate are any from like dunken donuts or starbuck okay fr us gluten free yah know? Let me know pretty please!!

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Just to add when I called Starbucks the said the Frappacino had certain flavors that weren't gluten-free. Like you said with the chocolate chunks etc... I just avoid all the frappacinos just to make sure.

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I don't know about 7-11 but I called Quiktrip and their cappuccino drinks are all gluten free (I called 2 separate times b/c you sometimes get different answers) <_<

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For anyone who's interested, I just got a job at starbucks. All of the frapps are mixed in the same blenders. (this includes the non gluten-free frapps with chips) All they do is rinse them out between uses. I would suggest that you specify them to use a freshly washed and sanitized blender to prevent cross contamination. If anyone has any other starbucks questions, I would be happy to find out the answers for you :)

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Starbucks says that celiacs should get NO drinks that are mixed--they can't guarantee that they're gluten free. Kiki, try calling 7-11. They should be able to provide an answer. But don't forget that those machines are rarely cleaned, so if you're allergic to molds, you may have a reaction. Sorry to be a downer.  :-(

 

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6 hours ago, Swingtime said:

Starbucks says that celiacs should get NO drinks that are mixed--they can't guarantee that they're gluten free. Kiki, try calling 7-11. They should be able to provide an answer. But don't forget that those machines are rarely cleaned, so if you're allergic to molds, you may have a reaction. Sorry to be a downer.  :-(

 

You are replying to posts from 2007.  Any product info may have changed in 8 years.  And these posters probably aren't still around

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Hey Swingtime!  

What Karen said is true, but we are glad that you joined the forum!  I confess that I play it safe and order plain coffees.  I sometimes cart my own creamer blend around in my tiny cooler and no one is the wiser!  ?

 

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