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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Gluten Free White Chocolate Bars
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Hi all

I am on a low oxalate diet and can't really indulge in regular chocolate. Does anyone know a good white chocolate candy bar?

I was eating M&M's until my bladder started to protest the high oxalate content. I used to eat Lindt's White Chocolate Coconut bars but I read that they may be cross contaminated!

Any suggestions would be great. I think I read Ghiardelli's white baking bar is good but can you just eat that straight up?

Thanks L

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The white chocolate Toblerone bars are gluten free. I have not had one in a long time, but I do keep that in mind if I ever do feel the need to eat a "chocolate" bar.

http://www.kraft.com.au/HealthyLiving/SpecialDiets/FoodIntolerance/GlutenFreeProducts.htm

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Oh wow thanks so much!! I don't know why I always feel like I'm treading water with this stuff. Like I should have known Toblerone was gluten-free. I guess I'll get it eventually.

Today I bought Ghiardelli Vanilla Bean Squares. It said they are processed on equipment containing nuts and tree nuts so I felt it might be safe but given I don't really like the taste of Ghiardelli anyway (not sure why) I can very easily pick up some Toblerone!!! And if I'm not mistaken Toblerone is in many supermarkets.

Thanks!!

L

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No problem, I think I read it online somewhere too, otherwise I would not have know either. Toblerone is everywhere, not every grocery store will have the white, but most do. Enjoy!

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