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Lucky Leaf Premium Cherry Pie Filling

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Hello everyone!!! I hope you are enjoying gluten free holidays! :) This is my first holiday season going gluten free since I found out I have celiac disease back in the late summer. I was wondering if anyone knew if Lucky Leaf Premium Cherry Pie Filling is gluten free? I am finding mixed information online. The ingredients on the can list that the modified food starch is corn based. But, I have seen other websites who say there are questionable ingredients. Can anybody help me on this? Thanks and Merry Christmas!


diagnosed with celiac disease in 2011 after positive blood test and endoscopy

diagnosed with thyroid nodules and low thyroid in 2013

diagnosed with low iron, vitamin D deficiency, iodine deficiency, magnesium deficiency, COQ10 deficiency in 2013

diagnosed with Compound Heterozygous MTHFR C677T/A1298C gene mutation in 2014

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Hello everyone!!! I hope you are enjoying gluten free holidays! :) This is my first holiday season going gluten free since I found out I have celiac disease back in the late summer. I was wondering if anyone knew if Lucky Leaf Premium Cherry Pie Filling is gluten free? I am finding mixed information online. The ingredients on the can list that the modified food starch is corn based. But, I have seen other websites who say there are questionable ingredients. Can anybody help me on this? Thanks and Merry Christmas!

I think a lot of pie fillings are made using modified food starch as a thickener. The ingredients on the can should be the most up-to-date. Are there any other ingredients that would make you suspicious that the pie filling you have is not gluten-free? I just checked a can of the Food Lion apple pie filling in my pantry and it also says modified food starch (corn).


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Endoscopy with Positive Biopsy - April 9, 2010

Gluten Free - April 9, 2010

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I think a lot of pie fillings are made using modified food starch as a thickener. The ingredients on the can should be the most up-to-date. Are there any other ingredients that would make you suspicious that the pie filling you have is not gluten-free? I just checked a can of the Food Lion apple pie filling in my pantry and it also says modified food starch (corn).

Thank you so much for responding to this!! The only other questionable ingredient is "artificial flavor".


diagnosed with celiac disease in 2011 after positive blood test and endoscopy

diagnosed with thyroid nodules and low thyroid in 2013

diagnosed with low iron, vitamin D deficiency, iodine deficiency, magnesium deficiency, COQ10 deficiency in 2013

diagnosed with Compound Heterozygous MTHFR C677T/A1298C gene mutation in 2014

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Personally I'd use it. But if you are concerned, you could always call the company.


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Positive Celiac Blood Panel - Dec., 2009

Endoscopy with Positive Biopsy - April 9, 2010

Gluten Free - April 9, 2010

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I use this all the time and have had no issues. I have a relationship with people who work for the company and they've always assured me that the ingrediants are fine!

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I use this all the time and have had no issues. I have a relationship with people who work for the company and they've always assured me that the ingrediants are fine!

THANKS SO MUCH! :) I know for certain that Comstock is gluten free. That at least gives peace of mind to know 100%. But I am glad to know your relationship with the Lucky Leaf people. That makes me feel better!


diagnosed with celiac disease in 2011 after positive blood test and endoscopy

diagnosed with thyroid nodules and low thyroid in 2013

diagnosed with low iron, vitamin D deficiency, iodine deficiency, magnesium deficiency, COQ10 deficiency in 2013

diagnosed with Compound Heterozygous MTHFR C677T/A1298C gene mutation in 2014

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