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Which Products/brands/companies Do You Absolutely Trust?

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Hi there,

I am having a huge issue with cross contamination and I've been playing detective. I don't have immediate, obvious gluten symptoms so I am trying to stick with companies/brands/products I know are safe. For instance, I've read people getting in trouble with Frito Lay's corn chips or Garden of Eatin' tortilla chips. Also, I eat Bob's Red Mill products and read how people are getting sick of those too. Ugh!!

Today I was reading the Amy's pizza (gluten-free and non dairy one) and it said produced in a facility that makes wheat. This makes me so mad!! With someone trying to be safe and to heal, I eat products labeled gluten free and then worry about the facility. So I thought I'd ask all of you what you have found so I'm not soooo paranoid! B)

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Well, I am not sure if you have a Wegmans but their store brand is labeled gluten free and I have never had a problem. Also Walmart's Great Value brand is also marking their products gluten free and I have had success with them.

I trust Gluten Free Pantry, and the Grainless Baker.

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the only things I *ABSOLUTELY* trust are whole, unprocessed foods. sorry. :/

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Wegmans has never let me down, also Kinnickinnick, Bakery on Main, and Ener-g (although my sensitivity to soy means I can't eat their really good saltines anymore :( )

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Ener-g, Gluten Free Pantry, Enjoy Life, Pacific Foods, Nestle, Kraft, Wegmans.

I have never had a problem with any of these. I actually have a pretty short list of companies I trust to buy prepared foods from.

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I trust those who have never let me down, which sometimes are those that others have complained about. I have never been glutened by Lays Potato Chips, which, I always buy the plain ones or Rippled and only from Plano TX, I also, everyday, eat 2 Quaker Caramel Corn Ricecakes and have never, in 7 1/2 yrs, never been glutened by them. I use products with as minimal a list of ingredients as possible and usually whole, unprocessed foods, as a rule. I use Skippy Natural Peanut Butter, Pantene Shampoo and Conditioner, Softsoap, NatureMade Vitamins--there is a lot out there we can use and a lot we can't.

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