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What is in coffee mate making it not safe?

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It is made by Nestle. If there is wheat,rye,barley,oats in it then it will say right on the label. What does the ingredients label say?

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Coffee-Mate is gluten free and lactose free. However, it contains sodium caseinate, which is milk protein, so if you are avoiding all forms of dairy it is not safe. I use it all the time.

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Ingredients are: corn syrup solids, vegetable oil, sodium casienate, dipotassium phosphate, sodium aluminosilicate, mono and diglycerides, artificial flavoring and annatto color.

We usually eat alot of "potato rounds" which contain: corn flour, potato flour natural flavorings. I have been doing some reading and everyone is saying NO natural flavorings. Why is that??

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"natural flavorings" is one of those ingredients that needs to be checked on with individual foods because it MIGHT contain gluten.

Coffee Mate creamers do not contain gluten.

God bless,

Mariann

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Not all natural flavors are a no...they are just questionable so you need to make sure....in this case it is gluten free :D

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I am in china and I bought Chinese coffee mate. Do you think it is ok? It says: glucose syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil, food additives (stabilizer, emulsifier, anti caking agent), casein, ( contain milk protein), flavouring. Nestle makes it

What do you think? Maybe I will ask someone to mail me some Canadian stuff....desperate for coffee.

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Please note this topic is more than six years old. Label rules in both Canada and the USA have changed since 2005.

I don't see any gluten red flags in the ingredients in the last post, but I am not familiar with the rules in China.

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