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Mccormick Taco Seasoning?

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McCormick is a company that will clearly list all gluten ingredients, and won't hide them. For all their products, if you don't see wheat, barley, malt, rye, or oats listed, then it is safe. They are a great company for Celiacs!

Their website says:

When a product that contains gluten is formulated, we take precautions to ensure the source of gluten is declared on our label in the ingredient statement.

And, yes, I use their taco seasonings and I have never had a problem with any of their products. Enjoy!

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I have looked for this product and cant find it anywhere...anyone in BC buy it and where?? which store??

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a really good company to buy spices and blends from is The Spice House

If they were to use flour they list it. Most companies that mix up spices like this don't use flour as a filler.


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Gluten Free October 18, 2007

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On 10/29/2007 at 9:17 PM, newceliac said:

I have seen McCormick Taco Seasoning listed on a gluten free list. Has anyone used this seasoning? If so, did it cause problems.?

I thought it was ok when I was first diagnosed but later realized I was dreading taco night because I didn't feel well after. Decided to look for issues, found the taco seasoning to be the problem, verified with my Nima (which others will tell you is no good for testing spices but it works fine as far as I'm concerned). I'm doing much better with McCormick certified gluten free taco seasoning mix. Why would they make gluten-free if the original was gluten-free anyway?

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