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I'm really new to being gluten-free, and I was wondering about Campbell's soup. Cream of Mushroom and Cream of Chicken soup both contain "modified food starch". I know that can be questionable sometimes, but does anyone know if Campbell's specifically uses wheat starch? Does anyone have a list? I love cooking with these soups, so if you know of any other namebrands that have gluten-free cream of mushroom or chicken, that would also be helpful. THanks so much!

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Campbells will send you a list of their gluten free products if you request it. I have one from Jan 05 and here is what it says:

Chunky Soup: Chicken Broccoli Cheese 18.oz

Select Soup: Savory Lentil 19.0z.

Prego Pasta Sauce Traditional Sauce all sizes

Three Cheese Sauce 26oz

Mushroom 4lb 3oz

Prego Pasta Bakes Sauce 3 Cheese Marinara 27.75oz.

Tomato, Garlic, and Basil 27.75oz.

Swanson Broth

Lower Sodium Beef Broth 14oz

RTS Beef Broth 14.5oz

RTS Chicken Broth 14.5

Natural Goodness Chicken Broth all sizes

Vegetable Broth 14oz

Swanson Canned Poultry

Premium Chunk CHicken breast in water all sizes

Premium White and Dark Chunk Chicken all sizes

Mixin' Chicken 5oz

ALL campbell's tomato juice

ALL V8 Juice

ALL V8 Splash Juice Blends

ALL Diet V8 Splash Juice Blends

V8Splash SMoothies

Orange Creme all sizes

Peach Mango all sizes

Strawberry Banana all sizes

ALL Pace Red Sauces

ALL Enchilada Sauces

ALL Picante Sacues

ALL Thick and Chunky Salsa

ALL Thick and CHunky Flavored Salsas (chipotle, cilantro etc.)

Hope that helps you out.

-Jessica

PS, If you are looking for a "cream of" type of soup. Progresso makes a creamy chicken and wild rice and also a creamy mushroom. They are not condensed, but work well in recipes that call for condensed.

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I'm really new to being gluten-free, and I was wondering about Campbell's soup.  Cream of Mushroom and Cream of Chicken soup both contain "modified food starch".  I know that can be questionable sometimes, but does anyone know if Campbell's specifically uses wheat starch?  Does anyone have a list? I love cooking with these soups, so if you know of any other namebrands that have gluten-free cream of mushroom or chicken, that would also be helpful. THanks so much!

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My experience in reading regular Campbell soup label is that they will state wheat/wheat flour. Most of their products do contain wheat. Be very careful in reading their labels.

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Stephanie1,

The gluten-free list from Campbell's is very different if you are in Canada. Mine has less on it that the list provided in an earlier post. If you are getting the list for Canadian products, phone them and they'll pop the list in the mail right away. If you go to the website, you'll never get a response.

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I was wondering why I never got a response from Campbells. I have had a few companies that have not responded to my e-mails. I guess I'll have to start calling. I wish the Canadian and US ingredients were the same. It would make shopping much simpler.

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I thought that Campbell's chicken and rice soup was gluten-free. Has anyone had either good or bad experiences with it?

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I eat their chicken and rice soup. I haven't had problems with it.

Actually, I think I have been having problems with this soup lately, I've e-mailed the company to see if there is any chance of contamination and I'll post their response.

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I eat their chicken and rice soup. I haven't had problems with it.

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Thanks!

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I have found that making my own cream of chicken soup base is economical and good. I make it in a powdered form and then just add water and heat it in the microwave if you want it thickened or you can just add the water and put it in a dish that will be cooked and it will thicken while cooking.

2 cups non-fat powdered milk

3/4 cup cornstarch

1/4 gluten free instant chicken boullion

2 T. Dried onion

1/2 t. pepper

1 t. thyme

Combine 1/3 c. dry mi with 11/4 c. water and microwave on high for two minutes. Stir soup and continue cooking about 1-2 minutes more to desired thickness. Add cheese, celery, herbs, mushrooms etc. Very good for scalloped potatoes.

Good Luck,

Bonnie

Campbells will send you a list of their gluten free products if you request it. I have one from Jan 05 and here is what it says:

Chunky Soup: Chicken Broccoli Cheese 18.oz

Select Soup: Savory Lentil 19.0z.

Prego Pasta Sauce Traditional Sauce all sizes

Three Cheese Sauce 26oz

Mushroom 4lb 3oz

Prego Pasta Bakes Sauce 3 Cheese Marinara 27.75oz.

Tomato, Garlic, and Basil 27.75oz.

Swanson Broth

Lower Sodium Beef Broth 14oz

RTS Beef Broth 14.5oz

RTS Chicken Broth 14.5

Natural Goodness Chicken Broth all sizes

Vegetable Broth 14oz

Swanson Canned Poultry

Premium Chunk CHicken breast in water all sizes

Premium White and Dark Chunk Chicken all sizes

Mixin' Chicken 5oz

ALL campbell's tomato juice

ALL V8 Juice

ALL V8 Splash Juice Blends

ALL Diet V8 Splash Juice Blends

V8Splash SMoothies

Orange Creme all sizes

Peach Mango all sizes

Strawberry Banana all sizes

ALL Pace Red Sauces

ALL Enchilada Sauces

ALL Picante Sacues

ALL Thick and Chunky Salsa

ALL Thick and CHunky Flavored Salsas (chipotle, cilantro etc.)

Hope that helps you out.

-Jessica

PS, If you are looking for a "cream of" type of soup. Progresso makes a creamy chicken and wild rice and also a creamy mushroom. They are not condensed, but work well in recipes that call for condensed.

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