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I bought great value worcestershire sauce from Walmart because it says on it Gluten Free.  Then when I got home I noticed on the label it says: Allergy warning: contains anchovies. May contain traces of milk, eggs, wheat and soy. 

How can they label it gluten free and then still have the allergy warning that says it may contain wheat. I thought that if it said gluten free that meant it was gluten free, but apparently not. I did call walmart and they are looking into it but now i'm worried about other stuff that I have bought. Is it okay for them to have it labeled this way?

 

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Gluten Free, for fad dieters not the medically required. Look for the gluten-free certified seal. PS most walmart brand stuff is russian roulette, best not play that with your health.  Try http://www.leaperrins.com/Products/The Original Worcestershire Sauce

 

PS if you need a good teriyaki sauce, soy sauce substitute (coconut aminos), or a good garlic sauce look up coconut secret. They are gluten free, soy free and are great.

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I agree. Never buy Great Value anything that you eat. Their diced tomatoes even have wheat in them. Make sure you check every label. I've been reading every label of everything I buy so I don't get contaminated and I never eat anything that was processed someplace that also processes wheat. Don't believe Cheerios either. They make a lot of Celiacs sick. I got really sick when I ate Multi grain cheerios that were supposedly gluten free. 

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