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Does anyone know if the Yoplait Light yogurts are gluten free?

I know they started marking them gluten free right near the ingredients, but I think I may have a batch from before they started doing this.

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Does anyone know if the Yoplait Light yogurts are gluten free?

I know they started marking them gluten free right near the ingredients, but I think I may have a batch from before they started doing this.

Jillilan,

I have always thought that Yoplait was gluten free, except for the cookies/granola ones. I love the whips.

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Thanks! I knew the regular ones are gluten free because I eat them all the time, but my sister bought to many and gave me a bunch to take. They were the light ones so I just wanted to make sure since that's not what I normally eat.

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