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Tippy

Quaker Rice Crisps

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On the ingredient label it doesnt look like it has gluten in it, but mom called the company and they said the only gluten-free thing they had was aunt jemima pancake mix x.x which doesnt make sense... I was just wondering if anyone knows if Quaker rice crisps are ok?

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Due to contamination concerns, Quaker will not say that pretty much any of their products are gluten free.


Tiffany aka "Have I Mentioned Chocolate Lately?"

Inconclusive Blood Tests, Positive Dietary Results, No Endoscopy

G.F. - September 2003; C.F. - July 2004

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okay, i may just call the number on the bag and ask, cause the only thing i can think of is its made in the area of gluten products and theres the possibility of contamination. If i find out i'll let yall know, cause these things are a great snack if we're allowed to eat them!

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Quaker has a bad reputation for cross contamination. I once found puffed wheat in the puffed rice that my sister-in-law bought for me, thinking it would be gluten free, because it said 100% puffed rice. NOT :(


Shirley

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