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I loved this before I got diagnosed, but I'm not sure if it's gluten free... Does anyone know if it is?

I'll be so happy if it is gluten-free.

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I loved this before I got diagnosed, but I'm not sure if it's gluten free... Does anyone know if it is?

I'll be so happy if it is gluten-free.

It is, according to their website--

http://www.nutellausa.com/faqs.htm

Enjoy! :D

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It is, according to their website--

http://www.nutellausa.com/faqs.htm

Enjoy! :D

I was just going to say that. I was also going to say: K8, There's this cool thing called Google. Sometimes you enter "Nutella gluten free" and like magic, there is the info! :P

(just a joke, you usually don't give your grocery list and ask us if everything is gluten-free) :)

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I was just going to say that. I was also going to say: K8, There's this cool thing called Google. Sometimes you enter "Nutella gluten free" and like magic, there is the info! :P

:lol: :lol: Sometimes ya just gotta go with the people you trust - and it isn't always Google.

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LOL YES I was going with my peeps (whom I trust).

I take google with a grain of salt!!

TYTYTYTY! My classes are cancelled today and I AM GOING TO STUDY AND EAT NUTELLA STRAIGHT FROM THE JAR!!! SQUEEEEEEESAUCE WITH A SIDE OF EPICWIN!

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Oh, awesome. I used to love this stuff and haven't bought it in ages. It's going on the shopping list. :)

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:lol: :lol: Sometimes ya just gotta go with the people you trust - and it isn't always Google.

It took me to the Nutella site right to the part about the gluten-free- ness of the product. I don't trust Bubba's gluten free list. :)

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Hi everyone,

 

I realize this is an older post, but I am newly diagnosed with gluten ataxia. I love Nutella and am "doing my homework" to make sure that, besides having gluten free ingredients, there are no issues of trace or cross-contamination gluten in their manufacturing process. This is the reply I received from them today:

 

Thank you for your interest in the Ferrero "gluten-free" products.  We have confirmed with our Product Development Technicians that the following Ferrero products do not contain gluten:

GLUTEN FREE PRODUCTS:

Tic Tac

Nutella

Kinder Surprise

Kinder Chocolate

 

Kind Regards,

Consumer Relations

 

 

Good I will continue eating this..a childhood favourite. Has anyone tried gluten free toaster waffles  (Homestyle-Nature's Path) 2 toasted with peanut butter, Nutella, and sliced banana in-between to make a "sandwich"? Delicious!    C :D

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April 5, 2013. (since this is an older thread) Maranatha makes a "Dark Chocolate Almond Spread" which is similar to Nutella, but almond based,  for those who cannot get along with all of the ingredients in the original Nutella.  It is a bit grainier and needs to be stirred, and sometimes heated up just a little in the wintertime, but can be a most acceptable substitute. The Dark Choc Almond Spread, based on my experiences, is not cross contaminated with gluten.  http://www.gfoverflow.com/product.php?id=006622    Maranathafoods website with FAQ "Yes, they free of gluten containing ingredients and are produced in a facility that does not process gluten containing ingredients"  http://www.maranathafoods.com/content/nut-butter-faqs#20

 

Although they do not label "gluten free" as such right on the jar, this brand of nut butters, including their peanut butters, has been a lifesaver for me, because I have reacted to the other "added" ingredients or cross contamination in so many other brands, even a few that did have a gluten-free label but were "produced in the same facility as.... "   :angry:

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