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Campbell's And Haagen-dazs Gluten Free Lists Received In Mail

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I received these lists yesterday along with three $1.00 coupon and two .50 coupons to spend on these products.

Campbell's:

Gluten Free List

Chunky Soup: Chicken broccoli cheese

Select Soup: Savory Lentil

Prego Pasta Sauce:

traditional sauce all sizes

three cheese sauce 26 oz.

Mushroom 4 lb. 3 oz.

organic sauces all

Swanson Broth:

lower sodium beef broth 14 oz.

RTS beef broth 14.5 oz.

RTS chicken broth 14.5 & 49.5 oz.

natural goodness chicken broth all sizes

vegetable broth 14 oz.

organic broths all

Swanson Canned Poultry:

premium chunk chicken breast in water all sizes

premium white and dark chunk chicken all sizes

mixin' chicken 5 oz.

All Campbell's Tomato Juice

All V8 Vegetable Juices

All V8 Fusion Blends

All V8 Juice Blends

All Diet Splash Juice Blends

V8 Splash Smoothies:

orange creme all sizes

peach mango all sizes

strawberry banana all sizes

All Pace Red Sauces:

all enchilada sauces all sizes

all picante sauces

all thick and chunky salsas

all thick and chunky flavored salsas (chipolte, cilantro, etc.)

organic picante (mild and medium)

Haagen-Dazs:

The only Ice cream and Ice cream snacks that contain Gluten are:

Superpremuim ice cream:

caramel cone

chocolate chip cookie dough

cookies n' cream

sticky toffee pudding

Superpremium Frozen Yogurt:

vanilla honey and granola

Superpremium Light Ice Cream:

caramel cone

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i was a bit baffled to see "chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream" on this list. so i went to the haagen-dazs website to look at the product and here are the printed ingredients:

Ingredients: Cream, Skim Milk, Cookie Dough (Flour, Sugar, Butter, Brown Sugar, Corn Oil, Water, Fructose, Corn Syrup Solids, Coconut Oil, Salt, Vanilla, Baking Soda), Sugar, Fudge Chips (Sugar, Coconut Oil, Cocoa Processed with Alkali, Cocoa, Butteroil, Soy Lecithin, Vanilla), Egg Yolks, Natural Vanilla.

Unless it's rice flour in there, which i highly doubt, i wouldn't think that this product is gluten free. if that is the case, i would kinda worry about the integrity of the whole list.

i am still new to this, and i am focusing my grocery list around the products and companies that i KNOW i can trust (my grocery list is mostly ConAgra and Hormel items!!)

gluten free love to all,

joe :D

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"Haagen-Dazs:

The only Ice cream and Ice cream snacks that contain Gluten are:"

The Haagen-Dazs list are the ones that contain gluten the list of gluten free was very very long..I would have been typing all day. I edited it and made the contain gluten in bold print so others wouldn't overlook it too

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Hey Respira,

It's great that you posted that information. You have quite a list by now. :)

I just wanted to add something. The Campbells list of gluten free products is the US list. The Canadian Campbells listing is much different. Why? - I haven't a clue :huh:

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Dear Respira,

Thank you so much for posting this! I have been looking for broths and such to use. I know a lot of Swanson's broths are safe, but it is good to have more brands in case of stores running out. Stores sometimes carry things, and other times they do not. I might just have to get myself some Lactaid so I can treat myself to Haagen-dazs for once!

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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Thank you very much for posting that list! I too was looking for a broth to use. My mom made some soup yesterday and something in it didn't sit well with me so now I know what to buy! As far as Hageen Daz goes, I had that and felt just fine, mmm Chocolate. :D

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Just curious - how did you come to get these lists? Did you call and request, or request via website, etc.?

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The two list above I requested by phone I'm pretty sure. I have been emailing and calling companies so much that it is hard to remember. But for the most part by phone they ask for your address so they can send you some coupons..so since they both sent coupons they must have been by phone. Otherwise they just ask for your email address.

**edit** oops my request to Hagen Dazs was by email

Thank you for your email requesting nutritional information on H

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