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New Delphi Lists! Product Lists!

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Delphi Forums put out their product list just recently. For those who are members, check it out--you can download the 60 page sort of master list or download a zip with individual product lists (like, medications, snacks, dairy, condiments, vitamins, desserts, etc.).

For those who aren't members, but want the list, I have both downloaded, so just e-mail or pm me with your e-mail address and whether you want the individual lists, one list, or both.

These lists are much better than the Sholland because they're updated more frequently.

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I would love a copy of the list if you could e-mail it to me at Brey98@aol.com.

Thanks a bunch

Kelly

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I just sent it to you and I've already sent it to 8 others....anyone else?

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Hi celiac3270.... I'm actually a member of Delphi groups but for me to be able to open the list I need to download winzip which appears to be $29.

Could you send me the list you have so I don't have to buy yet another program for my computer (why can't they come with what you need).

thanks,

Susan

bailey@cape.com

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Sure, I'll take it out of the zip. It'll take a little longer to download that way, but at least you'll be able to download it. If anyone else had that problem, e-mail back and I'll send it upzipped.

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Hi celiac3270! If it's not too much trouble I would also like the updated lists. My email address is: rldter@rtccom.net

Thank you so much for EVERYTHING!

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Hi celiac3270!

If it's not too much trouble, I also would like all of the new lists. My email is Peaches503@aol.com. I really appreciate it! Thanks!

-Peaches

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Isn't celiac3270 awesome???? ;)

Your Canadian Friend,

Karen

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I'd appreciate receiving your list! Zipped is fine. My email address is:

carmenhuot@ncinternet.net

Thanks so much!

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You've done it again, celiac3270. Thanks so much. Zipped is fine by me as well.

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I sent it to all the e-mail addresses listed. When in doubt, I sent it unzipped. It takes a little longer to download that way, but that way I know you'll be able to open it.

Sorry, Donna, I don't have your address. Could you PM (or e-mail) it to me? I would just send it through the celiac.com e-mail thing, but you can't put attachments in that way.

Karen, I was going to ask you if you wanted--forgetting that a list of gluten-free products in the US wouldn't be very helpful. <_< Sorry!

-C

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Hey celiac3270--hook me up. Please :) PS--You're the bomb B)

jenvanhoozer@hotmail.com

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Thanks for your timjava script:emoticon('<_<')

smiliee and trouble, celiac3270! Got the lists today!

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Oops, accidentally clicked on something I didn't want. In case you couldn't decipher, thanks for your time and trouble, celiac3270!!

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Hi celiac3270,

Could you hook me up too :rolleyes: with both list. I have not started gluten-free yet, but it looks like me and my daughter are headed in that direction. My email is bboophsd@earthlink.net.

THANKS BUNCHES

Bette ;)

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Karen, I was going to ask you if you wanted--forgetting that a list of gluten-free products in the US wouldn't be very helpful. dry.gif Sorry!

Yeah, I know... I'm from Canada as well... I bet that list is really helpful though!

BUT...

The Canadian Celiac Association comes out with updated lists. I just got one from the Charlottetown Chapter in PEI. Soooo if you're from Canada and want a list, just contact your local celiac association chapter. I know there is one available on PEI anyway. It's quite useful!

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Dear celiac3270,

DOUBLE THANKS!!!! For the lists and reminding me where the orginal post came from. Now could ya just help me find stuff that I lose at home too??? :D

Bette

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Hi celiac3270,

Been reading your responses so it seems like I know you but if you wouldn't mind sending me the list unzipped, I would appreciate it.

chartigan1@optonline.net

Thanks,

Christy

Son with Type I Diabetes and Celiac 1/5/05. Rest of family awaiting results.

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I'd love the list! Thanks!

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Just PM me, e-mail me, or post your e-mail address here. I can't send attachments through PMs, through e-mails via celiac.com, etc.

Hearts, your's is sent.

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