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Greek Seasoning Have Gluten Or Great Value Syrup?

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Hello, does anyone know if Cavenders ( I think thats how its spelled) Greek Seasoning is gluten free? My daughter has been gluten free for a couple of months now, and suddenly she is itching, and breaking out again, and we are trying to figure out what could have happened. That seasoning is the only thing I can think of. Im celiac too, and my lips are started to blister, which sometimes happens if Im accidently glutened, but I have been very careful. Could syrup do that? we also had the walmart brand syrup, that says manufactured in a facility that processes wheat, but never had a problem before...

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What are the ingredients listed on you seasoning?

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Here's your answer. I just email my questions to them. Since things can change so often it good every now and then to ask again. So to be safe just buy the Salt Free one.

From: "Denise Dutton" <frontdesk@greekseasoning.com>

Dear D,

Thank you for your inquiry on Cavender's Greek Seasoning. Although MSG is generally

considered gluten free if it is made in the USA, it is possible that imported MSG is not

gluten free. Since S-C Seasoning Company, Inc. uses both domestic and imported MSG

we can not "guarantee" our regular Cavender's Greek Seasoning to be gluten free.

We do manufacture a Salt Free version of Cavender's Greek Seasoning. The Salt Free

Cavender's contains the salt substitute "potassium chloride" and no MSG. Cavender's

Greek Seasoning Salt Free being MSG free would also be gluten free. If you try our

Salt Free Cavender's, you might want to start with a little less than you would the Regular

Cavender's as the potassium chloride can have a bitter taste if used in large amounts.

If you choose to try the Salt Free and are unable to locate it in your area, we have a retail

mail-order division "Jane's Kitchen". You can go to the Jane's Kitchen website at

www.cavendersseasoning.com where you'll find a printable order form and recipe ideas.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.

Thanks,

Denise Dutton

S-C Seasoning Company, Inc.

870-741-2848

870-741-4625 fax

M-F 8am-5pm CST

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Wow!! thank you sooo much! that helped me a lot. I figured it could have been the seasoning. This isnt the first time I felt odd and had some sores on my lips and in my mouth after I ate it. And, it helps explain my daughters itching. Thanks again!!

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I just dug out my ancient Cavender's remembering I often  had the same question...I always thought it was basically salt, pepper and oregano. I realize now mine does not list msg ... it is salt free.  It was something I used to used to season a greek salad in my "low fat" days to offset the awful taste of fat free dressings!!! But not wanting to use it or throw it away, I just kept putting it back without using it.

Thank you Ahorsesoulfor your research!!! :)

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hipretty, please don't count on this information being true today as the date of the prior post was in 2009, that is 7 years ago! The best thing to do would be to contact the company. BTW, I doubt a 7 year old seasoning is good anymore.

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squirmingitch you are funny :rolleyes:  I never said the spice is 7 years old, Ahorsesoul's post is 7 years old. I  only posted that yesterday! The Lavender's is at least 2-3 years old though...probably not as fresh as it could be. But you are right, I should contact the company anyway! Thanks for replying!

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Sorry. You wouldn't believe how many times people post on here without realizing the last post is very, very old.

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