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Wegmans Rotisserri Chickens

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Has anyone that shops at Wegmans ever bought one of the pre-made whole rotisserri chickens? I was just wondering if they are gluten-free because I know most stores add a lot "stuff" to them. I keep meaning to check when I stop there but forget, and the list online doesnt say anything. I wanted to pick one up this week...but I'm thinking it would be too good to be true if they were gluten-free... <_<

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I have purchased those chickens before, on the ingredients there were no gluten containing items. I have not had any ill effects either. You could always call them and ask, they are very helpful when you do call.


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If you call 1-800-WEGMANS they will be happy to tell you if these are safe or not. One thing to keep in mind is the CC issue but that said wegmans is very celiac savvy and the rep will most likely be able to tell you if CC is a big concern.


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HOPE YOU STOP IN AND GET ONE AND PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF THERE IS SOY.......THANKS JUDY


Judy in Southern CA

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I stopped in. The chickens do not contain any gluten ingredients, although if you are extremely sensitive dont eat them, there is an allergen warning on the bottom stating that CC may be possible b/c of shared preparation areas, so there is even a chance of soy CC or other allergens ( I cant rememebr exactly what it said). I bought the chicken anyways because I was STARVING. I didnt have any horrible problem, although I did feel a bit gassy....it may have been something I ate that day also...but it wasnt anything like a glutening...

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You could minimize any cc by not eating the skin. Of course, that's the best part :P


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