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Cottage Cheese

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Does anyone know if the following is gluten-free. I know the cottage cheese is, but not sure if the fruit is. Listed in the ing. is modified food starch and I'm leery about that. It is a Kraft food.

BREAKSTONE'S - COTTAGE CHEESE & TOPPING - COTTAGE DOUBLES STRAWBERRY LOWFAT


Step son (the youngest boy in picture) diagnosed with Celiac December of 2006, family eats gluten free most of the time, but not always.

I believe my husband also has Celiac, but is too stubborn to be tested.

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If the source is wheat, they would have to disclose it. I no longer eat dairy, but when I did, I always bought the kind without modified food starch. Alpenrose is one such brand. So is Friendship. Not sure what is available where you live. Usually when I find one, I find it is only available at certain stores. I just like the taste and mouthfeel of the ones without the food starch.

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If the source is wheat, they would have to disclose it. I no longer eat dairy, but when I did, I always bought the kind without modified food starch. Alpenrose is one such brand. So is Friendship. Not sure what is available where you live. Usually when I find one, I find it is only available at certain stores. I just like the taste and mouthfeel of the ones without the food starch.

That's what I thought too, from what I have been told Kraft has to list in the ingredients if there is anything that may contain gluten, but I just wanted to be sure before I fed it to my step son. He is dying to eat it and, of course, I don't want to make him sick!


Step son (the youngest boy in picture) diagnosed with Celiac December of 2006, family eats gluten free most of the time, but not always.

I believe my husband also has Celiac, but is too stubborn to be tested.

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I have eaten those in the past with no problem but after the first one or two I started just getting a for sure gluten-free cottage cheese and adding an organic no sugar added jam. Much less expensive and much less artificial junk that way.


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