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I am trying to figure out what made me sick the other day. I checked the labels carefully, I have gluten free list on my palm and check before I buy but I did not check the cheese. I used Kraft Mexican cheese blend in my enchiladas I made. I am having trouble finding out if it is safe or not.

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Some shredded cheeses are coated with flour to keep them from sticking together.

I don't know if Kraft does it, or not, though.

Connie

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Kraft clearly lists any gluten, even if it's incidental gluten. All you have to do is read the ingredients.

Most shredded cheeses are indeed safe but there are a couple that aren't. With other companies, you have to call and ask.

richard

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I wrote to Sargento and they informed me that all of their shredded cheeses are gluten free except for the taco and mexican cheeses (the ones that spices are added to). So, maybe the same goes for Kraft???

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