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My DD has soy and dairy intolerance and recently we have gone gluten free as well. Can anyone point me to a rice milk that is free of all these in Canada. I was using the Presidents Choice Organic Frotified Vanilla rice milk which apprently has no gluten but it is run on the same line as dairy and so there might be contamination issues.

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Nitu

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Thanks. I wrote to Natura which makes the "yu" rice milk that i see at loblaws chain of stores and they said the following:

"All our products are packed on different lines of production. No presence of soy or milk with the rice. No presence of milk or rice with the soy".

This is nice to hear because my DD has soy and dairy intolerance and i was previously using PC brand which was gluten free but run on the same line as dairy. I have written to Natura to see if they are gluten free, box says so but i like to confirm.

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Here is a response from Ryza!

Our ryza beverages are produced on dairy equipment (dairy is no longer run in these lines) and run on lines that do produce soy beverages. We have tested all of our products for any traces of milk protein, gluten or soy (in the case of ryza) and they are less than 5 PPM . This amount is acceptable by government authority to declare a product free of a specific allergen.

Our ryza products are milk product, egg, gluten, soy, peanut and tree nut free.

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Rice Dream is not gluten free? I just wanted to make sure. I am trying to make non-dairy choices.

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DMarie

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Rice Dream is not gluten free? I just wanted to make sure. I am trying to make non-dairy choices.

Thanks,

DMarie

According to their website, Rice Dream Rice Milk is indeed gluten free.

Debbie

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According to their website, Rice Dream Rice Milk is indeed gluten free.

Debbie

Rice Dream is formulated with a barley enzyme and has enough gluten in it to cause problems for many celiacs. The label used to state that it contained 20ppm gluten but that has recently been changed to gluten-free (presumably because of pending legislation here in the US defining gluten-free as 20ppm or less) but the formula has not changed. There are many discussions here regarding this product so you'll have to review them and decide what's best for you.

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