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Are regular Klondike Bars gluten free? The label seems ok, but I just wanted to know if anyoone had any experience with them?

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Yes, they are. It has been a while since I contacted the company, though. My son eats them and loves them! :)

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oh kim thank you!!! i bougtht a pack and they're taunting me...thank you!

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Doesn't one variety contain rice krispies???? We eat the plain,thepeppermint one & the peanut butter ones.

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probably the crispy ones contain the rice krispie like ingrediant...I just stuck with the old school original....it's been awhile since i've had one!

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2 hours ago, Rob S. said:

Klondike bars are not gluten free.

https://www.klondikebar.com/faq

I eat the plain ones all the time :)

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I used to have these http://sodeliciousdairyfree.com/products/coconut-milk-frozen-desserts/vanilla-sandwiches

http://sodeliciousdairyfree.com/products/coconut-milk-frozen-desserts/no-sugar-added-vanilla-bars

 

So Delicious just started doing a bunch of no sugar added frozen treats....new bars, pints etc....waiting for them to do no sugar added iceream sandwiches....god I miss those.

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13 hours ago, Rob S. said:

Klondike bars are not gluten free.

https://www.klondikebar.com/faq

"Nope. They are not. We have not validated for gluten free. We do not operate allergen-free manufacturing sites, however we do have allergen management programs in all our facilities. The intent of these programs is to avoid unintentional cross-contamination of allergens between products. Our product labels adhere to the FDA’s strict regulations regarding declaration of ingredients and allergens. We do not use the terms “Natural” or “Artificial Flavorings” to hide the existence of any allergens. RECIPES CAN CHANGE. We strongly recommend that allergic consumers refer to ingredient declarations EVERY TIME they purchase processed foods."

Rob, the bold italics were added by me.  As with any processed product we need to read the ingredients label. This company does not test for gluten so can't declare their stuff gluten free. As with others I eat the plain vanilla with no problems but I haven't tried any of the other flavors.  Enjoy a bar without worry as long as you have healed enough to tolerate dairy. 

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