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As of tomorrow, participating Starbucks in the U.S. and Canada will be adding new "healthy" gluten free snacks. These include granola from Two Moms in the Raw and several cookie varieties from Lucy's.

Michael

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my store put their display out early, i guess, because I snagged some Lucy cookies this afternoon. You get four small/medium-sized cookies for $1.50, and they packed into their own sealed pouch so CC is not a problem. I had never had Lucy's before, but the Sugar Cookies I tried were excellent.

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where did you find this info? i can't find anything about gluten free on the website. i am very curious to see if they will keep these products

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We tried the sugar cookie today. Beware, it contains gluten-free oats. It's four 2" cookies, but the serving size is three cookies. :rolleyes: They are crispy cookies with a buttery taste despite having no butter in them. It works out to .37 for a 43 calorie cookie.

Meh. I'm not impressed. The orange cake was delicious even if it wasn't "healthy." These cookies aren't worth the cash, calories or 27(!) ingredients in them to me.

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We tried the sugar cookie today. Beware, it contains gluten-free oats. It's four 2" cookies, but the serving size is three cookies. :rolleyes: They are crispy cookies with a buttery taste despite having no butter in them. It works out to .37 for a 43 calorie cookie.

Meh. I'm not impressed. The orange cake was delicious even if it wasn't "healthy." These cookies aren't worth the cash, calories or 27(!) ingredients in them to me.

No butter? Do you mean they are dairy free! Oh how happy i would be:)

is there any information any where on this i would like a dairy free gluten free cookie:P

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No butter? Do you mean they are dairy free! Oh how happy i would be:)

is there any information any where on this i would like a dairy free gluten free cookie:P

The newspaper article that I read this morning said that they are free of most allergens. Some do contain soy. Dr. Lucky cookies of Virginia Beach:

http://www.drlucys.com/

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The newspaper article that I read this morning said that they are free of most allergens. Some do contain soy. Dr. Lucky cookies of Virginia Beach:

http://www.drlucys.com/

Sounds awesome! Thank you:)

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Why did they have to pick something that has oats in it? I'm too afraid to try them. It can't be that hard to find something delicious that's gluten free that doesn't have oats in it.

Sunny

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Who was their research person? Need to fire them since they have gluten free items with oats. Too many people react to the gluten free oats to make it worth their trouble.

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Who was their research person?

She is a mom just like us, who struggled to find everyday products for her son, who has multiple food intolerance.

Every time I see a new product, I am thankful for the great advances in research, awareness and product availability. Five years ago, there was nothing!

...and anxiously waiting to find Pamela's new product, Ready to Eat Cakes and Cheesecakes (in the frozen sections)!!! Yum!

www.pamelasproducts.com/cheesecakes.html

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She is a mom just like us, who struggled to find everyday products for her son, who has multiple food intolerance.

Starbucks used a mom?

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Isn't that cool. Still think it should not have had oats in it.

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Isn't that cool. Still think it should not have had oats in it.

I so agree with you...

--Sunny

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