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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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That's odd... :huh:

That Heniz gluten-free list doesn't match up with this list:

http://www.penny.ca/Heinz.htm

which was updated in February 2004

I'm just worried because I eat some of the products on this list that aren't on the list that they gave you.

Heinz

GLUTEN FREE PRODUCT LIST

Bean Products

Original beans in tomato sauce

Original beans with pork & molasses

Deep-browned beans in tomato sauce

Deep-browned beans with pork in tomato sauce

Deep-browned beans with pork and molasses

Bar-B-Q style beans

Chili style beans

Maple style beans

Light red kidney beans

Dark red kidney beans

Chili style red kidney beans

Condiments

Western Grill Barbecue sauce: Garlic

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Honey and Garlic

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Mesquite Smoke

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Original

Western Grill Barbecue Sauce: Chicken and Rib

Diana's Marinade: Lemon Pepper

Diana's Marinade: Steak Spice

Diana's Marinade: Teriyaki

Tartar Sauce

Vegetable Salad

Seafood Sauce

Pure apple cider vinegar

Pure white vinegar

Yellow mustard

Sweet relish

Tomato Products

Tomato ketchup

Ketchup kickers: Hot & Spicy

Ketchup kickers: Roasted Garlic

Ketchup kickers: Sweet Basil & Oregano

Organic Tomato Ketchup

Tomato Juice

Tomato paste

Tomato pur

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It appears to me we have two different lists, one for the U.S. and one for Canada. I know that some of the items on the Canadian list aren't even sold in the U.S., or at least not in my part of the U.S.

richard

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...adding to the confusion created by different product lines for different countries, Heinz baked beans for the UK are gluten free. They can be found here too, (I know Stop & Shop usually has them). Hopefully the link I attached will show the picture (BTW, I know nothing of the link besides it had the picture, I've never ordered from it).

http://store3.yimg.com/I/baimp4u-store_1795_3826965

-will

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This is a benefit of location- I used to live in Windsor, Ont.. its less then an hours drive away- if I can't find something here and the Canadian equivelant is gluten free- I may take to driving across the border to pick stuff up on occasion. I go over to visit friends sometimes anyway!

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