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The website says Our potato items are "gluten free".

Does that mean that all their potato items that don't have gluten listed as an ingredient are gluten free?

I have had the Sweet Potato fries with no issue but I think I might be having a reaction to the Russet Rosemary ones. Does anyone else have issues with Alexia?

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The website says Our potato items are "gluten free".

Does that mean that all their potato items that don't have gluten listed as an ingredient are gluten free?

I have had the Sweet Potato fries with no issue but I think I might be having a reaction to the Russet Rosemary ones. Does anyone else have issues with Alexia?

I stopped eating all Alexia products, which blows because they are excellent. I thought I was having a small reaction to their fries and saw that they no longer print gluten free on their packages. I really think they did so because of liability concerns.

I think they have a shared facility and, even though the ingredients listing shows no gluten, there could be CC issues. I just felt a little punk after eating their fries one time and figured they were not totally safe. When my intestines get achy, I stop easting the offending product. Too bad......they have good fries! :angry:

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