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Hi! I am brand-new here and just went gluten free starting yesterday. Hydrolyzed yeast protein? Is that safe? I see progresso states on their cans if they are gluten free or not. Camp bells does not and I'm curious if this is safe. I'm trying to figure out why gluten is put in so many products. This is frustrating. Thank you for any help!

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Hi! I am brand-new here and just went gluten free starting yesterday. Hydrolyzed yeast protein? Is that safe? I see progresso states on their cans if they are gluten free or not. Camp bells does not and I'm curious if this is safe. I'm trying to figure out why gluten is put in so many products. This is frustrating. Thank you for any help!

Frustrating...for sure!

Not to add to your confusion but, Campbell USA and Campbell Canada have totally different gluten free products, with the USA listing very limited (if I recall almost no, if not all soups contain gluten). The Canadian listing is more extensive.

Progresso is a great company and will clearly list all forms of gluten on their ingredient listing. I love the Creamy Mushroom with a bit of cream sherry. And it's also great in casseroles.

On the home page here, there is a list of safe and unsafe ingredients.

http://www.celiac.com/articles/182/1/Unsafe-Gluten-Free-Food-List-Unsafe-Ingredients/Page1.html

http://www.celiac.com/articles/181/1/Safe-Gluten-Free-Food-List-Safe-Ingredients/Page1.html

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Thank you! I have so many Campbells products and use them for cooking often. Hopefully I will be able to find equal Progresso items that will work just as good!

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Thank you! I have so many Campbells products and use them for cooking often. Hopefully I will be able to find equal Progresso items that will work just as good!

Here is another link to Pacific Foods Soups:

http://www.pacificfoods.com/our-foods/special-diets

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Another thought... soup is really easy and cheap to make at home. Buy bones from the meat counter, they are cheap! Or, if you roast a chicken or other meat, use those bones. Then just cover them in water and simmer! You can have it going in a crock pot all the time, and you never have to worry about what's in it. It's healthier and tastier and really not hard to do at all.

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Another thought... soup is really easy and cheap to make at home. Buy bones from the meat counter, they are cheap! Or, if you roast a chicken or other meat, use those bones. Then just cover them in water and simmer! You can have it going in a crock pot all the time, and you never have to worry about what's in it. It's healthier and tastier and really not hard to do at all.

That is a great idea! Thank you I just might try that! And at Lisa, thanks for the link!

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Pacific makes gluten free cream of mushroom, chicken and celery soups. These are condensed like the Campbell's ones so can be substituted in recipes calling for the soups. Great for us casserole lovers!

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