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Mtndog

Glutano Digestive Biscuits

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I picked some of theses up today because I am craving crackers but I noticed they are made in the UK so I'm wondering if they are TRULY gluten-free (there's no gluten on the ingredients) or codex gluten-free (under 200 ppm).

It's GlutAno, not Glutino. If that makes a difference :blink:


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Is it these???

If so ,looks ok as they are wheat free.If they had any gluten content (i.e Codex) it would not say wheat free.

Looking at that site it looks like most of their stuff is wheat free.


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Is it these???

If so ,looks ok as they are wheat free.If they had any gluten content (i.e Codex) it would not say wheat free.

Looking at that site it looks like most of their stuff is wheat free.

yep- those are them! you rock nikki! Wasn't sure how codex was labeled :ph34r:


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Albert Careb

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