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Does anyone else have a reaction to the Endangered Species chocolate bars?

I ordered the Dark chocolate with almond and cranberry in bulk, and they seem to consistently make me ill. As far as I know I don't have any other food sensitivities.

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Does anyone else have a reaction to the Endangered Species chocolate bars?

I ordered the Dark chocolate with almond and cranberry in bulk, and they seem to consistently make me ill. As far as I know I don't have any other food sensitivities.

Yes, I got sick the last time I tried Endangered Species Chocolate about a month ago but assumed I had been cross contaminated by something else.... As the label clearly says certified gluten free. However, I tried it again last night. I haven't felt this bad in a long time...

Mainly SEVERE irritability. I'll never try this product again.

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I also had problems with them. You might want to try Enjoy Life. They are also certified gluten free, made in a dedicated facility, and free of all 8 major allergens. I did better with them.

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We eat these all the time and I haven't seen any problems. I buy them in bulk for my kids lunches, etc. Are you worried that the gluten certification isn't accurate? Would the certification rule out chances of cc or would the possibility of cc still be there?

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I also eat them all the time without issues.

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They are all gluten free to my knowledge. Chocolate of any sort, gives me terrible reflux.

Just one of those things..... B)

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Would the certification rule out chances of cc or would the possibility of cc still be there?

The GFCO certification rules out chances of cc over 10 ppm gluten which is the sensitivity of the test used. Zero chances of cc cannot be obtained because there is not test which has that sensitivity. The most sensitive test that I am aware of has a sensitivity of 3 ppm gluten. I don't know if there are any facilities which use it.

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