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Are Amport Foods gluten-free?

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Does anyone know if Amport foods (including the dried fruits) are gluten free and if they are processed in a gluten-free facility?

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Does anyone know if Amport foods (including the dried fruits) are gluten free and if they are processed in a gluten-free facility?

Do a simple Google search: http://www.amportfoods.com/faq.html If you answers are not met, there is contact information on this site.

It took me two seconds.


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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my questions were not answered by that site. It didn't say anything about whether their products were gluten-free (with the exception of the gluten-free veggie sticks). I contacted them a few days ago but never heard back. I'm not trying to be a pain here. I'm just trying to get some help!

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my questions were not answered by that site. It didn't say anything about whether their products were gluten-free (with the exception of the gluten-free veggie sticks). I contacted them a few days ago but never heard back. I'm not trying to be a pain here. I'm just trying to get some help!

I looked at their product listing and most (not all) appear to be single ingredient items. Probably cellulose as an anti caking ingredient, too. I suspect that it would be highly probable that it may be a gluten free facility, due to that fact. Or non shared equipment.

But, it's the weekend now. You can call on Monday to asked about their facility.


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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