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Some Other Companies I Have Called This Week

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Hunts tomato sauce-gluten free

Rosarita refried beans-couldn't guarantee the distilled vinegar

Tylenol-the arthrities extended release caplets are gluten free

Motrin-couldn't guarantee gluten free, said the don't ADD gluten but it hasn't been tested

Jimmy Dean-said the label would say it if it was in there, they dont hide in under spices

CORN MEAL-this was a nightmare. both Quaker AND Hodgson Mills told me they dont add gluten, but they dont have a gluten free facility and they dont test for gluten. Arrowhead Mills doesn't add gluten, doesn't have a gluten free facility, BUT they do have STRICT controls and they also periodically test the cornmeal for gluten. I went ahead and bought this brand. It was the CLOSEST I could get to gluten free cornmeal. I would not trust Hodgson Mills after talking to them.

Olay-couldn't say anything was gluten free at all

Lubriderm-hasn't been tested, couldn't guarantee gluten free at all

Garnier Fructis-wonder waves spray, curl shaping gel, mouse, all gluten free. they are calling me back on the wonder waves shampoo and conditioner as it's new and they didn't have a statement yet.

if I think of any more I've called, I'll post it.

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Sounds like you're doing the homework! Keep up the good work. I looked up tylenol products a few days ago. I took an off brand at three in the morning for lower back pain and a head cold and woke up with a rash..... but the back pain and headache were gone..... so I'll have to stock up on the tylenol for my next middle of the night pain in the .... B)

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Thanks for sharing your info about your calls. This really helps.

(p.s. in-case you didn't see my post about the Udi white sandwich bread, it's wonderful!)

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Based on my reactions, Kinnickinnick's cornmeal seemed more gluten free than Arrowhead mills. I finally got my own mill to grind it myself. Then I found non corn grains in my corn!

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Motrin was okay for me gluten-wise. But be careful not to take more than it says to. I was doctor-ordered to take 'extra' motrin for cramps and over the years it gave me intense heartburn and beyond. Just throwin' that out there. But as far as gluten-attacks, it was fine.

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I wonder why Quaker Oats wouldn't want to guarantee a wheat free oat and target both consumers (the gluten free consumer and the gluten consumer). Just doesn't make since. :huh::huh:

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