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My daughter had a bad reaction to nut thins crackers. Has anyone else experienced any problems with them? Trying to make sure that is what caused her reaction.

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I've never had a reaction that I know of.

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They come in six flavors. I had a reaction to two of them--smokehouse and country ranch. Its been a while since I had them, but I am going to try again as it is possible there was something else involved.

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My daughter had a bad reaction to nut thins crackers. Has anyone?

Yes, they tasted good and made me feel horrid.. I can't remember if it was soy (I think It was) that made those crackers bad or one of the bean gums. I definitely can't do Nut Thins. Wish I could eat 'em but they don't work for me.

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We had the cheddar cheese flavor this time, the other flavors have been ok for her so its hard because she does like them.

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These cheese flavorings on more than just Nut Thins seems to bother me. I don't have a problem with dairy. I have noticed it with several cheese powder coated chips or crackers that are gluten-free. Doesn't mean it's gluten, probably something else.

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I've used the pecans and almond flavor have not had any problems.

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This thread appears to be a few months old, but I'm going to respond anyway for future readers.

Yes, I have eaten Nut Thins a few times, and I have had a reaction to them every time. The pecan and almond "flavors" are the only ones I tried. It took me about 3 times to narrow it down to the Nut Thins, but without doubt, any time and every time I ate them I felt really sick for a few days. Then I read the fine print and discovered the warning. Puzzle solved.

For many but not all Celiacs a "gluten free" label does not necessarily mean the product is gluten free enough.

My daughter had a bad reaction to nut thins crackers. Has anyone else experienced any problems with them? Trying to make sure that is what caused her reaction.

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