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dain.sorensen

Old Dutch Arriba Nacho Cheese Tortillas (Canada)

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It seems as if everytime I eat these I get phlemgy as if I am having a reaction. Any idea what is in these that could be making me react? They are gluten free, but I do not know if they are Soy free. It does not say Soy in the ingredients. It has dairy in it, but I do not react to dairy. In Canada, do companies have to declare Soy in the ingredients of their prodcuts? They do have MSG...

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks

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I am not familiar with these ones but I would guess at the dairy. I can't tolerate things "nacho" - chip flavors tend to have concentrated milk ingredients. That would make me phlegmy and my sinuses would flare up, probably give me a good headache.

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I don't know this brand. I have been having problems with gluten-free snack chips or crackers with the cheesy flavors on the. I don't have a problem with dairy or soy or MSG but something upsets my stomach. I have gotten just dried cheese powder and it doesn't bother me.

For me, I'll just avoid flavored chips & crackers. :(


 

 

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If anyone knows if soy has to be declared in ingredients in Canada, please let me know.

You might want to start a new thread as we do have quite a few folks from Canada that may know.


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