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Gluten Free Casein Free Protein Bars

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I looked them up at their website but it doesn't list any nutritional information. How do you know they are gluten-free?

One of the flavors does say this, "Store in a cool, dry place. Read all ingredients to check for allergens. Simply Nutrilite Food Bars are produced in a facility that processes soy, dairy, eggs, and wheat ingredients as well as peanuts, seeds, fish, and tree nuts."

Doesn't sound so gluten free to me. And since it contains a bunch of our other allergens, I think I shall pass.

ETA: I looked again. I DID find the nutritional information. Don't know why it wasn't working for me the first time. These contain not only milk, butter and whey but wheat flour! Not gluten free. Not at all.

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I looked them up at their website but it doesn't list any nutritional information. How do you know they are gluten-free?

One of the flavors does say this, "Store in a cool, dry place. Read all ingredients to check for allergens. Simply Nutrilite Food Bars are produced in a facility that processes soy, dairy, eggs, and wheat ingredients as well as peanuts, seeds, fish, and tree nuts."

Doesn't sound so gluten free to me. And since it contains a bunch of our other allergens, I think I shall pass.

ETA: I looked again. I DID find the nutritional information. Don't know why it wasn't working for me the first time. These contain not only milk, butter and whey but wheat flour! Not gluten free. Not at all.

The website I found said the bars are both gluten and milk free, and says that the bars are even produced in a milk free factory. These bars actually look pretty awesome--some of them, along with being gluten and dairy free, are also low in fat. I wish it were possible to by them around here (Nova Scotia).

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The website I found said the bars are both gluten and milk free, and says that the bars are even produced in a milk free factory. These bars actually look pretty awesome--some of them, along with being gluten and dairy free, are also low in fat. I wish it were possible to by them around here (Nova Scotia).

Sorry for the confusion. The website I went to was:

http://simplynutrilite.quixtar.com/Products/Default.aspx

But according to another post, the product being referred to is:

http://www.wellnessfoods.ca/index.htm

These are gluten free.

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