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Joni63

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Just curious...

I've been eating them since I went gluten-free on Aug. 1st with no problem but 2 days ago had the seaweed crackers and felt glutened. Had them again the next day because I didn't think they were the problem and had stomach problems again. Opened a new pack of the plain rice crackers and feel heart-burnish now.

I know they say they are produced in a facility containing wheat, but I also know somone else with celiac who eats them regularly with no problems.

Anyone else having problems with these???


Joni

Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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I don't eat them regularly, but when I do, I don't seem to notice any problems!


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I ate these a few times without any reactions, then boom! I react everytime I eat them. I just dont use them anymore. Which stinks, b/c my grocery store carries them regularly, I dont have to go anywhere else to get them.

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Thanks for the replies.

I emailed the company and asked if the crackers were made on a decicated line. The response I got was as follows:

Dear Joni,

The crackers do not have wheat or gluten in them however it is present in the facility. There are strict guidelines concerning the sanitizing of the machinery which is followed however there is always a minimal chance of cross contamination.

Regards,

PANOS brands

Consumer Services

I'm happy they were honest with me, but I doubt I will buy those crackers again.


Joni

Dx'd with Celiac Disease 8/01/07

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