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  1. I would be interested to hear what you find out. Las Palmas used to be gluten-free when it was made by the Hatch Chile Company, but after I read your post, I went in and looked and they must have sold that product line to another company. Something has bothered me lately and we have had enchiladas and green chile stew that I threw some into in the past two weeks. Maybe it isn't gluten-free any longer. Please post when you get a response. Thanks! Michelle
  2. Hi, We buy Enjoy Life brand cookies and snack bars a lot for myself and my daughter from the Gluten Free Mall. Arico Foods also makes some good gluten-free/corn-free snack bars - the peanut butter one is our favorite. We often shop on allergygrocer.com and shopbydiet.com because you can search specifically for items that are free of multiple allergens. Cutting out gluten and corn is a challenge when searching for junk food, but it is out there! Michelle
  3. Hello, You may have already found what you were searching for, but I thought I would respond anyway, just in case. I am gluten-free and my 14-year old daughter is corn-free and we buy "Powdered Cane Sugar Without Corn: From Miss Roben's" Item #7213 from Allergy Grocery <allergygrocer.com>. It has tapioca starch instead of cornstarch. It isn't as cheap as the cornstarch filled variety, but $4 a bag is worth the price to us when we can afford to place an order. When we are out and I powder my own sugar, it isn't anywhere near the "normal consistency" even trying to add tapioca starch. Hope this helps! Michelle
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