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Kraft South Beach Diet Frozen Dinners

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I was grocery shopping tonight and saw a new product from Kraft. They are South Beach Diet Frozen dinners. Curosity got to me and I picked them up to read. Majority of them have gluten in them, but possibly have found one without. It was a savory beef with cheese broccoli. It had no allergen info listed (which usually does when there is an allergen in the ingredents). I couldn't find anything in the label that sounded off to me. :o

So the reason for writing this is......if any of you are at the grocery store, pick up the box and read it over. Let me know what you think, safe or not???

I did not buy it yet. I am waiting to hear back from Kraft, I emailed them tonight. Just thought I would see if anyone else had seen them/tried them. Let me know.

I'll report back when I hear back from Kraft.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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I went ahead and called Kraft this morning. Same labeling policy of course applies to these dinners as any others. If I am reading the label correctly the savory beef with cheesy broccoli is a safe choice. YEAH!!!

If any of you are at the store, pick up a box and help me read, the label is very long. I want to be sure it is safe by having others read it.

They are kind of expensive $3.14 for a meal. However, having an option in the regular grocery store would be nice on occasion.

-Jessica

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i saw these today...i didnt have time to read all the lables, but quite a few of them seemed like they are probably gluten free....maybe the store i was at has more variety....

i will check it out ...and let you know....( i was pretty excited to see them...i am getting a little sick of amy's lunches and tai noodle bowls for work lunches every day)

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I agree, a little variety would be nice :) Let me know what you find when ya read the label.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Seeds of Change has a few frozen meals that are also gluten free. I'm not exactly sure of the name of it, but their Mushroom Wild Rice Pilaf is gluten-free. They use quinoa instead of pasta.

Also Cedar Lane makes several Mexican type dishes that are also gluten-free. You just have to call the company to verify which ones.

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well i read lables today...and the caprese chicken dinner does not have gluten. the kraft web site doesnt even list that meal but i saw it in the store and read the label....so at least there are 2 options now.

some of the other ones would have been gluten free but that had to go and add soy sauce....arrggggg :angry:

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caprese chicken dinner does not have gluten

I saw that one at the store last night, picked it up and had it for supper. I had no issues with it. Was VERY good, came with broccoli and cauliflower that had seasoning on them SOOO good.

-Jessica

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Ok, I am a chicken and will be the first to admit it, but I think I will check tomorrow! If you find anything out for sure let us know

Thanks :D

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well kraft does list all wheat...so it really should be fine.

i found some other gluten free meals....from tasy bite. if you like indian and tai, check out the website tastybite.com

they have a gluten free statement...only a couple of their items contain gluten. the site will tell you which ones.

its nice to have some other lunch options now :)

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