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JustMeInMD

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I found this information on another website by doing a search, and I thought I would post it here for those who (like me) search for alternative way to satisfy a chinese food craving. :)

My apologies if it has been posted before. :D

Here's the list:

It's in response to the question,

"Which of your products are Gluten-Free?"

Products of Lee Kum Kee (USA) Foods Inc.

Kum Chun Chicken Bouillon Powder all sizes

LKK Chicken Bouillon Powder all sizes

LKK Pure Sesame Oil all sizes

LKK Duck Sauce all sizes

LKK Sriracha Chili Sauce all sizes

LKK Blended Sesame Oil all sizes

LKK Sambal Oelek Chili Sauce all sizes

LKK Chili Garlic all sizes

Panda Oyster Flavored Sauce 5-Gal and 55-Gal

LKK Sweet and Sour Sauce all sizes

Plum Stir-fry and dipping sauce all sizes

Gold Label Plum Sauce all sizes

Choy Sun Oyster Flavored Sauce in glass bottles and metal cans

(with best before date after Apr 1st, 2005)

http://usa.lkk.com/Common/corporate/faq.aspx

ETA: additional info

From time to time, Lee Kum Kee introduces new products that are gluten-free. We clearly list the top nine major allergens on the ingredient list if they are included in the product. The nine major allergens are soy, wheat or other gluten-containing grains, peanuts, eggs, milk (dairy), tree nuts, shellfish and crustaceans, fish, and sesame. For your own safety, please check the ingredient list on the label before purchasing a product.

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Thanks for posting--and welcome to the board :)


Patti

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I found this information on another website by doing a search, and I thought I would post it here for those who (like me) search for alternative way to satisfy a chinese food craving. :)

My apologies if it has been posted before. :D

Here's the list:

It's in response to the question,

"Which of your products are Gluten-Free?"

Products of Lee Kum Kee (USA) Foods Inc.

Kum Chun Chicken Bouillon Powder all sizes

LKK Chicken Bouillon Powder all sizes

LKK Pure Sesame Oil all sizes

LKK Duck Sauce all sizes

LKK Sriracha Chili Sauce all sizes

LKK Blended Sesame Oil all sizes

LKK Sambal Oelek Chili Sauce all sizes

LKK Chili Garlic all sizes

Panda Oyster Flavored Sauce 5-Gal and 55-Gal

LKK Sweet and Sour Sauce all sizes

Plum Stir-fry and dipping sauce all sizes

Gold Label Plum Sauce all sizes

Choy Sun Oyster Flavored Sauce in glass bottles and metal cans

(with best before date after Apr 1st, 2005)

http://usa.lkk.com/Common/corporate/faq.aspx

ETA: additional info

From time to time, Lee Kum Kee introduces new products that are gluten-free. We clearly list the top nine major allergens on the ingredient list if they are included in the product. The nine major allergens are soy, wheat or other gluten-containing grains, peanuts, eggs, milk (dairy), tree nuts, shellfish and crustaceans, fish, and sesame. For your own safety, please check the ingredient list on the label before purchasing a product.

Dear JustMeInMD,

That is where I got my info as well! I miss Chinese food so much! I am going to go crazy and make rangoon, spring rolls, sweet-sour chicken, lemon chicken, orange-glazed tofu and chicken with mixed vegetables, and maybe I will get to make some hot-sour soup soon! Some wonton would be wonderful as well! Chinese food is my lifeblood, and it makes me want to cry like this week when my father brought home Chinese again and ate it in front of me. :(

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl


Jin

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