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Problem With Snyder's Of Hanover gluten-free Pretzels?

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Has anyone ever had a reaction to these pretzels? I've eaten two other bags over the last few weeks. Opened a new bag yesterday and experienced bloating and discomfort.

could be the corn... which gives me problems...

i hope there's no cc issue- as i just bought some to keep around in case i ever get another stomach bug... they seem like the closest gluten-free thing to saltines


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I've eaten bags and bags of these and never had a problem.


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The only problem I've had is sneaking them out of that noisy bag. tongue.gif


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The only problem I've had is sneaking them out of that noisy bag. tongue.gif

You need to repackage them in a quiet Ziploc bag. :P :P :P


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52 minutes ago, ange2 said:

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Diet/gluten-free-protest/story?id=13522557

you maybe overly sensitive, I have reactions too. There is not such thing as a gluten free certification

, it is being ignored by the FDA.

 

Your article is  from 2011. And this topic and its posts are from 2011. ?

Edited by kareng

 

 

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My only problem with Snyder's pretzels is that they are as hard as rocks. Tasty, okay, but painful to chew... or attempt to chew...

I thought I might break or chip a tooth chewing them...

Anybody else agree with me?

I was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease this year, so maybe I still have quite a bit to learn about this malady.

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3 hours ago, Ponyguy said:

My only problem with Snyder's pretzels is that they are as hard as rocks. Tasty, okay, but painful to chew... or attempt to chew...

I thought I might break or chip a tooth chewing them...

Anybody else agree with me?

I was just diagnosed with Celiac Disease this year, so maybe I still have quite a bit to learn about this malady.

Yes, it seems like you could break a tooth.  I do not eat them anymore because frankly, they are just junk food and I was never a pretzel fiend to begin with.  I personally like potato chips.  


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