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I HAVE NOT CHECKED MY DAUGHTER DOES NOT EAT HOT DOGS BUT WANTED TO PASS ALONG GOT THIS FROM MY OTHER CELIAC GROUP

Re: Alert: Oscar Mayer changing formula

Are they still going to be gluten-free?

Alert: Oscar Mayer changing formula

Oscar Mayer is changing their hot dog formula to make a juicer hotdog to compete with Ballpark: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Consumer/story?id=5062475Pettez

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Re: Alert: Oscar Mayer changing formula

The news report didn't say... just thought I'd pass the alert so we

can keep on top of it.

Oh no. Has anyone heard either way if the new formula will be gluten

free?

> Oscar Mayer is changing their hot dog formula to make a juicer hotdog

> to compete with Ballpark:

> http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Consumer/story?id=5062475

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THANK YOU for the heads up!!!

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Oscar Mayer is changing their hot dog formula to make a juicer hotdog to compete with Ballpark:

Do you know what that means?

The Oscar Mayer Wiener is going to be singing that is wishes it were a BallPark Frank!!! :o

:lol:

PS: I'm not a hotdog eater, either, but I appreciate the heads up, too.

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I don't eat hotdogs but I do buy them on occasion for my husband and daughter. Husband can and will eat anything. I am more careful with what I buy for daughter. I only buy uncured ones. Usually the all beef. I made them for my parents as well and everyone said they were very good.

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I don't eat hotdogs but I do buy them on occasion for my husband and daughter. Husband can and will eat anything. I am more careful with what I buy for daughter. I only buy uncured ones. Usually the all beef. I made them for my parents as well and everyone said they were very good.

If you can find boarshead in your area, their hotdogs are fantastic (i only make chili dogs with them not a big hot dog eater). They are the old fashioned casing and are still stuck stuck together in a rope. It says gluten free right on the package.

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I don't know what the changes are either, but it is a Kraft product, so all we have to do is read the label.

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Odds are quite high it will remain gluten-free (Nathan's is the only hot dog I know of that isn't gluten-free). All you have to do to find out is read the ingredients.

richard

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Like Peter said, Oscar Mayer (part of Kraft) will list it on their label if they do add gluten. And FYI, BallPark Franks are made by Sara Lee which also lists their gluten. We are BallPark Beef Frank fans in this house.

Do you know what that means?

The Oscar Mayer Wiener is going to be singing that is wishes it were a BallPark Frank!!! :o

:lol:

:lol::lol: - I'm pretty sure we won't be seeing any such commercial/jingle from them in the near future!!

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are the oscar myer hot dogs gluten free thanks

First - This thread is over 3 years old. Any info should be re-checked as products change.

Second - As was stated. They are a Kraft product. Kraft will label any gluten ingredients clearly. Read the ingredients.

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Folks, folks, folks -- this thread is old, old, old.

I know of NO hot dogs in the U.S. that aren't gluten-free. Even the Nathan's, which in 2008 was not gluten-free, is now gluten-free.

richard

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