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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I read that Bulleye bbq sauce is gluten free, but I notice it says it has modified food starch? I thought modified food starch was questionable? We're going camping and my husband wants to bring this bottle of Bulleye sweet and tangy, is it OK for me to eat this stuff? Thanks in advance! 

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As long as you are in the US it would by law be required to list that it was from wheat it if was in fact from wheat. It is beyond ridiculously unlikely that it would be from rye or barley... like, ridiculous. It is almost certainly corn or tapioca or potatoes. Just another myth that needs to die.

 

ETA: I guess I could have googled this sooner but Bullseye is Kraft. All gluten sources will be clearly labeled on Kraft products. If it had wheat, rye or barley, it would say so.

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I have used it. It's not my favorite.

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Modified food starch must be declared clearly as wheat if that is the source. That has been the law since 2006, but some old information is still out there. MFS is almost always from either tapioca or corn. Adalaide is right, it won't be rye, barley or oats.

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