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Trader Joe's Nautural Turkey Gluten Free?

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I bought a Trader Joe's natural turkey... even though there was both "turkey broth," and "turkey broth powder" listed in the ingredients. Besides that, there is nothing that would raise any red flags for me. Am I just being paranoid? Or should I wonder if the broth and broth powder are safe, if nothing else is listed with them.

I bought it last week and put it in the freezer... now it is thawing in the fridge and I'm starting to get nervous if it's okay for me. I'm gonna cook it for family either way, but I'd like to have some too if I know it's safe.

I did a quick check on the net and couldn't find anything about it. If anyone knows, it would help me a lot. Last year we bought a fresh, organic turkey from a local farmer and it made me sick... they assured me there was nothing added... so.... I don't want to repeat that scenario again this year. Would be better to just eat everything but the turkey if I question the safety.

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Does anybody know if it's safe to eat?

I'd really like to be able to eat Thanksgiving turkey... maybe I should've bought some other kind. I can't find any info on it.

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I havent called them or emailed them about it nor have i bought that, but they do clearly label their products. If products are prepared/made in a facility using any of the top 8 allergens, they will even put that on the label. Anyone, if I'm wrong, please correct me. HTH!

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Thanks.

I bought it because I've trusted their products, labeling policy, etc. But I suddenly got concerned when I remembered turkey broth, and turkey broth powder are among the ingredients listed in this turkey.

I hope i'm just being paranoid about the words, "broth," and "powder," in this case. I really want to eat the turkey with my family, but do not wish to suffer any consequences from doing so.

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You're being paranoid. I'd eat it.

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Thanks.

I bought it because I've trusted their products, labeling policy, etc. But I suddenly got concerned when I remembered turkey broth, and turkey broth powder are among the ingredients listed in this turkey.

I hope i'm just being paranoid about the words, "broth," and "powder," in this case. I really want to eat the turkey with my family, but do not wish to suffer any consequences from doing so.

Paranoid has a negative connotation in general. In our world, it can only be a good thing. I'd just call them.

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