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I know this has been discussed MANY times on here, and the consensus was that Trix is not labeled gluten free, but no one has reported any reactions to it. I've been eating it for the past several months with no reaction.

I checked Clan Thompson's Celiac Food SmartList today, though, and saw that they have it labeled as "NOT gluten free" as of 05/04/2010.

Did I miss something or did they change ingredients? My box looks safe, I double checked the ingredients. Anyone know anything about this?


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My guess would be that the CC risk is really high with these even if the ingredients appear safe.


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I think about 4 years ago Trix and Cocoa Puffs "went" gluten free...however, many people got pretty sick from it and I don't know that it ever held. There were long lists of messages on this board about both products but the chatter has long calmed down. I tested them both out during this time period and felt gross after each so I haven't went back. I get my fix through Berry Berry Kix......hahah rhyme not intended :)

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I don't think Cocoa Puffs were ever gluten-free. Perhaps you were thinking of Cocoa Pebbles!

Nope...I believe there was a time several years ago that Cocoa Puffs had changed their formula. I've been well aware for years about the pebbles.

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