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I know Spectrum mayonnaise is gluten free, but is it Dairy/Casein free??? I have the organic kind, with Olive Oil... I've been eating it even though I'm supposed to go df/cf. Google hasn't helped at all.

http://www.spectrumorganics.com/?id=57

Read the ingredients? Check the website? I just googled spectrum mayo. Those are your best places to check ingredients.


 

 

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http://www.spectrumorganics.com/?id=57

Read the ingredients? Check the website? I just googled spectrum mayo. Those are your best places to check ingredients.

...right, well, I'm trying out the cf thing for a month for the first time and really have no idea if there are hidden ingredients or anything. This was my main concern :) I just want to see the words, "Dairy Free" or "Casein Free" for peace of mind, I really don't know what I'm doing. Thanks!

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If you are in the US, milk is considered a top allergen according to FALCPA (Federal law). If dairy, including casein, is present, the word "milk" must appear on the label, either in the ingredient list, or in a separate "contains" statement. If the word "milk" is not there, then the product is dairy- and casein-free. The rules in Canada are essentially the same.


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