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Does anyone know if Orville Redenbacher Old Fashioned Butter Popcorn is gluten-free?

I had some last night while baby sitting my nephews and immediately got sick during the night. All the same sypmtons came back.....headache, muscle pain, fatigue, racing heart. If it wasn't gluten then I think it was the SOY! Soy makes me feel so ill. and of course dairy is no better. I looked on my Poducts #9 listing and didn't see it there so I'm thinking it might have gluten too.

I looked on their website and they state that they don't screen for gluten but do list if their products have wheat or soy or dairy, etc. this doen't say wheat but it does say soy and milk. I also looked for other key words that might indicate gluten and don't think this particular popcorn has it but am not sure. then again if it is made in an envrioment that has wheat it may be contaminated.

Any others have experience with this?

thanks,

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Hi kaiti,

I've been questioning my corn allegy. It always comes back a little high but I have been able to eat corn and don't remember a problem...but then again????

I have not been able to have soy in any way shape or form! It makes me soooo sick. Of course this had soy in it. I'm thinking that may have been the culprit. This is all so hard and i get so sick from various foods. but soy for sure makes me sick for days!!!!!!!! It's also really bad on my bladder.

OK...........gotta rest now and hopefully will be able to get out tonight to a dinner engagement that I have and really want to cancel. Its just so unfair to my hubby.

how have you been feeling?

i haven't gotten any of my test results back yet from the endoscopy form last week. I'm really not expecting much and regardless of the results I will have to continue to watch my diet.....but more diligently.

take care and be well,

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Well if you can't have soy and it had soy in it then that would likely have caused the reaction. I hope you feel better...how have you been feeling besides that? any better? any worse?

I have been doing well. I had a check up done for vitamins and minerals and they came back good again:)

Before I was diagnosed with celiac I was shown deficient in just about everything but B12.... now I'm not so I was happy with those results...my endocrinologist tested me for other things since I have celiac, and graves disease(hyperthyroid) and she wanted to make sure I didn't have anything else like diabetes,and other autoimmune issues and that all came back fine too so all we have to do is keep an eye on my thyroid which isn't bad at all:)

I'll talk to you soon...email me and keep me updated ok....hope you feel better soon...hang in there :D

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Yes Orville Reddenbachers popcorn is gluten-free. I eat it all the time. More likely culprit would be a corn or soy allergy.

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I'm aware that Orville popcorn is gluten free in itself, but is it produced in a gluten free facility? I have problems with cross contamination.

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I'm aware that Orville popcorn is gluten free in itself, but is it produced in a gluten free facility? I have problems with cross contamination.

Cool Climates, I don't know about Orville microwave popcorn, but I use their whole kernals to make popcorn on the stove top quite frequently. It's easy, no risk of cc, and I don't have any symptoms from it.

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No, I don't use their microwave popcorn. I'm just talking about their plain corn kernels. So there is no risk with cross contamination and their plain corn kernels?

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No, I don't use their microwave popcorn. I'm just talking about their plain corn kernels. So there is no risk with cross contamination and their plain corn kernels?

Well, nothing has NO risk but I can't really think how the plain kernals would be contaminated. I guess I really meant that the risk of cc would be greater on my end if I made them in a shared kitchen or an old pot or something.

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Popcorn is usually Gluten free. If you're looking for popcorn that's gluten free as well as healthy, here's a link for healthy popcorn that you might find useful. It's pretty good, I make it for myself for movie nights.

I also like Orville Redenbacher's popcorn but have bought the plain popcorn in a jar and made it in a microwave popcorn popper and then add olive oil and salt to taste. Unfortunately the last few times I've fixed it, it did not like me so occasionally I try it again. I've wondered if perhaps it's too much fiber. It used to be my absolute favorite snack food.

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