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When foods labeled “gluten-free” aren't - Boston Globe

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When foods labeled “gluten-free” aren't

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Foods that have “gluten-free” on their label may actually contain significant amounts of gluten -- enough to cause gastrointestinal symptoms in those with celiac disease who have an intolerance to the wheat protein. ...

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