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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Safe Halloween Candy?

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I'm not sure what is safe this year so until I find out it's up in the laundry room... My son is not amused lol.

Is there a list of safe mini sized candy? I know people had previously had problems with fun sized snickers.

Thanks for the help!

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I know people had previously had problems with fun sized snickers.

...That would explain a few things.

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There was at least one thread on this topic in the hmmmm, Products forum I think. I know I posted a couple links to sites I found there...

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Thank you! I'll look for it today, I handed him peanut M&M's since I knew they were ok... Everything else is quarantined,.

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You can just type in gluten free candy in the search engine on the computer I have found that most candy is gluten free but it never hurts to double check. there is also an article on gluten free candy in the last issue of Living Without magizine you should be able to pull that up on line as well if you don't have the magizine.

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Not only is a a large majority of candy gluten-free, but you know that wheat has to be listed and in stuff like candy, malt made from barley is pretty much always listed. And somewhere out there, there's a huge list.

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