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Gluten Free Pantry And Glutino. Did I Miss Something?

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OK. I have had celiac disease for 4 1/2 years and have been up to par with the products on the market. What in the world happened to the Gluten Free Pantry? I tried to pull up the website and it says something about Glutino and Gluten Free Pantry. I'm looking for a particular product that GFP had a few years ago called Rice Crumb Coating. It's like gluten-free Shake and Bake. It's really good. And for whatever reason, I can't find it now. Anybody have any ideas?

Becky :huh:

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GFP is still a brand, but was acquired by Glutino. GFP products are still being produced!

If you can't find a certain product, you might want to contact GFP. If its been a few years since you bought it, maybe it isn't being produced anymore.

from: http://www.glutino.com/content/view/29/42/

The Gluten-Free Pantry was founded by professional Chef & Celiac, Beth Hillson. In 2004, Glutino Foods acquired Gluten-Free Pantry

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You can buy gluten-free Pantry products at the following link:

http://www.gluten free.com/

That is the new (sort of) site that has both the Glutino and Gluten Free Pantry Brand consolidated - now that they are owned by the same company.

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Glutino is a Canadian company based near Montreal. They own the Gluten Free Pantry, which is based in Connecticut. http://www.glutino.com

They can be reached in Canada at 1-800-363-3438 and in the USA at 1-800-291-8386.

The president and owner of Glutino is Steven J. Singer. His email address is ssinger@glutino.com I have met Steven, and he is committed to making his gluten-free products available at a reasonable price in ordinary stores. Here in Ontario, the Loblaws family of grocery stores (including Zehrs, Canadian Superstore and Loblaws) are carrying more and more of their products.

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I hope they don't start consolidating manufacturing... GFP has products that are gluten-free and peanut/tree nut free and I think think Glutino does. Its very difficult to find flours, mixes, and gluten-free products that are both. Thanks for the address I'll write to him and ask him to keep them nut free.


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