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Does anyone know if Ball Park Franks are safe to eat? I didn't see wheat in the ingredients but I did see hydrolyzed beef stock.

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Ball Park Franks are made by Sara Lee. Sara Lee has stated that they will list all gluten ingredients on the label, and not hide them. If you don't see wheat/rye/barley/oats, then per their labeling standards, it is safe to eat.

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I have eaten Ball Park franks and never had any problems.

Ditto the response about Sara Lee products, I've never had any issues with their products, their labeling reliability ranks right up there with Kraft.

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I have eaten Ball Park franks and never had any problems.

Ditto the response about Sara Lee products, I've never had any issues with their products, their labeling reliability ranks right up there with Kraft.

ditto and I do eat them.

Judy

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gluten-free

richard

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just because i think it is worth noting....

Thumann's hot dogs have the "certified gluten free" logo on them... and they are my favorite hot dogs anyway. Delicious on a grainless baker hot dog roll or sliced up and stirred into amy's lentil vegetable soup :-)

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