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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Hi Everyone, My name is Bobby Kilpatrick, I created and run the gluten-free Overflow website and app. I understand your concerns about the information on the site. I've built a couple features into the site that should help with your concerns about accuracy: Company Policies: for each product that I list as gluten-free, I also post the source of the information. So I'll link to any brand website that lists a gluten policy, or if not listed publicly, I will email the company and quote directly from their response. Last Checked Date: if you click through to the individual product pages you can see the "last checked" date. This is the most recent date that the company or brand's policy was confirmed. I hope you enjoy the site and find it useful, and I encourage you to continue checking the labels before actually buying (always a good policy). Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the site. I'd be happy to answer them. - Bobby
  2. I contacted them last spring and was given the following reply by email:
  3. Hi Everyone, I am the creator of gfoverflow.com. I built the site because I wanted to make it easier for people to find everyday products that are gluten-free. I understand your concerns about the information on the site. I've built a couple features into the site that should help with your concerns about accuracy: Company Policies: for each product that I list as gluten-free, I also post the source of the information. So I'll link to any brand website that lists a gluten policy, or if not listed publicly, I will email the company and quote directly from their response. Last Checked Date: if you click through to the individual product pages you can see the "last checked" date. This is the most recent date that the company or brand's policy was confirmed. I hope you enjoy the site and find it useful, and I encourage you to continue checking the labels before actually buying (always a good policy). Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions about the site. I'd be happy to answer them. -Bobby Kilpatrick Founder of gfoverflow.com
  4. Here's the response they sent me a couple months ago: "The majority of our products are made with gluten free ingredients but they can not be considered to be 100% 'gluten-free'. "We only make two retail products that intentionally contain gluten as a result of the real beer used in our Beer 'n Bratwurst and Cooked Beer Brats. All other Johnsonville products are made with gluten free ingredients but we do not monitor or test for gluten content in them. "In order to limit cross contamination, we make our products containing gluten at the end of the day or before our sanitation shift."
  5. Old Bay is gluten-free. Here's the link to the McCormick (company that owns Old Bay) FAQ question: http://mccormick.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/mccormick.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=630 Also keep in mind that this only applies to the original Old Bay, not the variations (I contacted them about this last Fall to clarify).
  6. McCormick has info on their website if you do a search for "gluten" in the FAQ section. They state that "all of our extracts, including Pure Vanilla, are gluten-free". Here's the link: http://mccormick.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/mccormick.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=31 Hope this helps!