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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Blue Bell Ice Cream Update
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Hello,

Just spoke with the nice people at Blue Bell Ice Cream;here is their reply

and their latest gluten free list,posted with their permission:

Thank you for your phone call. I enjoyed visiting with you this morning and appreciate all the information you shared with me on Celiac.

Blue Bell is aware of Celiac Sprue and gluten. We do provide products suitable for individuals avoiding gluten and I have attached a list of these products. Please feel free to share the list with your support group and anyone else interested.

No Sugar Added Country Vanilla is gluten free and available in the half gallon, quart and pint sizes. I also hope that you can find several other flavors on the list to enjoy. Thank you again for calling and for your interest in our products. Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance. From all of us here at Blue Bell, we hope you have

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Oops...

The right-hand part of the list didn't make

it...here is the complete list:

Nutrition Notes

from The Little Creamery

Blue Bell Products Suitable for Those Avoiding Gluten

Standard Ice Cream Flavors:

Banana Split

Buttered Pecan

Butter Crunch

Candy Jar

Caramel Turtle Fudge

Century Sundae

Cherry Vanilla

Chocolate Chip

French Vanilla

Homemade Vanilla

Mint Chocolate Chip

Mocha Almond Fudge

Mocha Madness

Moo-llennium Crunch

Natural Vanilla Bean

Peaches & Homemade Vanilla

Pecan Pralines

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(Updated August 2,2010,with permission)

Nutrition Notes from The Little Creamery

Bell Products Suitable for Those Avoiding Gluten:

Standard Ice Cream Flavors:

Banana Split Buttered Pecan

Butter Crunch Candy Jar

Caramel Kettle Crunch Caramel Turtle Fudge

Century Sundae Cherry Vanilla

Chocolate Chip French Vanilla

Happy Tracks Homemade Vanilla

Mint Chocolate Chip Mocha Almond Fudge

Mocha Madness Moo-llennium Crunch

Natural Vanilla Bean Peaches & Homemade Vanilla

Pecan Pralines

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I'm leery about the snickerdoodle and the cheesecake one...as those both typically have cookie elements to them and then they tell you to avoid the normal gluten (cookie) flavors!!

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I'm leery about the snickerdoodle and the cheesecake one...as those both typically have cookie elements to them and then they tell you to avoid the normal gluten (cookie) flavors!!

I'm 18. just found out i have Celiac Disease. i love the Blue Bell Pecan Praline's n Cream. are you sure this list is 100% accurate? started going glulten-free August 12, of this year. so far a little improvement.

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yes! i can have Pecan Pralines n Cream. lol. Celiac Disease isn't the end of the world.

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I'm 18. just found out i have Celiac Disease. i love the Blue Bell Pecan Praline's n Cream. are you sure this list is 100% accurate? started going glulten-free August 12, of this year. so far a little improvement.

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This is the list they e-mailed me.

Suggest that you call them at

(979) 836-7977...they recently came

out with a couple new ones not on

the "latest" list;called them and

got the info.

They are nice people and will be

glad to help.

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I'm 18. just found out i have Celiac Disease. i love the Blue Bell Pecan Praline's n Cream. are you sure this list is 100% accurate? started going glulten-free August 12, of this year. so far a little improvement.

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"so far a little improvement"

Hang in there....you will get better

but it will take a month or so,with

older people longer.

But it will come.... .

One thing to watch for is weight

gain,as your absorption comes back.

Take care!

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I know this is an old thread, but since it is the first thing that pops up on a google search, I feel obligated to add that this information has absolutely changed.  My husband brought home a pint of Blue bell dutch chocolate ice cream for me tonight, and as I was taking my first few bites I discovered Flour(wheat) near the end of the ingredients list.  This is actually the first verifiable screw up I have had since I was diagnosed, and it is a vivid reminder that you always need to read every label, every time you put something in to your mouth.  My husband feels very bad for buying that, but I told him that it is ultimately my responsibility to police what goes into my mouth.  He still feels bad, lol.  I don't have info on other flavors, but watch your ingredients on blue bell ice cream, for sure. (Blue bell is a regional band based in Texas.)

 

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This information is out of date.  Blue Bell Dutch Chocolate contains Wheat Flour.  Todays date is 10-10-14

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I know this is an old thread, but since it is the first thing that pops up on a google search, I feel obligated to add that this information has absolutely changed.  My husband brought home a pint of Blue bell dutch chocolate ice cream for me tonight, and as I was taking my first few bites I discovered Flour(wheat) near the end of the ingredients list.  This is actually the first verifiable screw up I have had since I was diagnosed, and it is a vivid reminder that you always need to read every label, every time you put something in to your mouth.  My husband feels very bad for buying that, but I told him that it is ultimately my responsibility to police what goes into my mouth.  He still feels bad, lol.  I don't have info on other flavors, but watch your ingredients on blue bell ice cream, for sure. (Blue bell is a regional band based in Texas.)

 

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This information is out of date.  Blue Bell Dutch Chocolate contains Wheat Flour.  Todays date is 10-10-14

 

 

 

Yikes!!! I hope it doesn't hit you too hard. Every label, every time. The Celiac mantra.

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Yikes!!! I hope it doesn't hit you too hard. Every label, every time. The Celiac mantra.

LOL I was saying that exact phrase to my husband, he feels terrible about giving that to me.  Ah well, You live and learn!

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