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Problems With Corn Chips

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I just tried these chips the other and I do not think they sat well with me. Has me thinking either there is a gluten ingredient or cross contamination. I emailed the company with my concerns over a week ago with no reply back as of yet.

Anyone else know of or had issues with this brand of chips?

http://www.gardenofeatin.com/products/product/1043.php

I am wanting to try "Full Circle" organic yellow corn chips but now I am worried about cross contamination. Does anyone know about this company?

No Happy.

Rick

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Once you remove gluten from your diet, sometimes you find other food issues. After about six months into the diet, I developed a temporary issue with dairy. In your case, it may have been the sour cream in the chips that caused you discomfort.

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Once you remove gluten from your diet, sometimes you find other food issues. After about six months into the diet, I developed a temporary issue with dairy. In your case, it may have been the sour cream in the chips that caused you discomfort.

I have also heard that before. But I do not think I have a dairy issue since I drink organic milk and yogurt (gluten-free) on a daily basis.

That same night I had a bottle of Red Bridge with dinner as well. But both times I had those chips I had slight problems. I have also read another post about gluten on flavored corn chips.

I have had problems with cross contamination before with Q-Boba (sp) and Chipoltae (sp). When my wife first me about the contamination I said BS. Well it is not BS. :rolleyes:

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I remember previous posts from other forum members who said they reacted to this brand of chip, Garden of Eatin.

Garden of Eatin is not a dedicated facility, they make a couple of corn chips that have gluten ingredients in them (I also noticed they are making a new pita chip) and use shared production lines.

It could very well be a case of cc for you.

Also, this chili lime chip has a lot of other ingredients in it that you could be reacting to, if not the dairy then maybe the spice extracts that make up the powdered coating.

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as of a press release back in March of 2007

Hain Celestial offers over 100 gluten free products through various brands:

-- Arrowhead Mills® -- cereals, flours, baking mixes, nut butters,

beans, grains, seeds and rice

-- Imagine® -- soups, broths and seafood bisques

-- Rice Dream® -- non-dairy beverages

-- Rice Dream and Soy Dream® -- frozen desserts

-- DeBoles® -- rice and corn-flour wheat-free pasta

-- Hain Pure Foods® -- baking powder

It looks like Garden of Eatin' is not included in their gluten free lines. Their gluten free products should be clearly marked with their gluten free logo:

http://www.primenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=3527

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as of a press release back in March of 2007

Hain Celestial offers over 100 gluten free products through various brands:

-- Arrowhead Mills

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