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  1. edison grainery uses a dedicated facility, and test their legumes to <5 ppm. their other products are also tested.
  2. edison grainery uses a dedicated facility and tests their legumes to <5 ppm
  3. edison grainery. they have a dedicated facility, and test their beans to <5 ppm. their other products are also tested.
  4. I found this thread because i googled "canned fish super sensitive celiacs", in an attempt to find information on particularly reliable/safe brands. I just wanted to post my opinion...
  5. I'll have to check them out, thanks. I wonder if they do any gluten testing of the finished product, because as you may know: even if they're processed in a gluten-free facility...
  6. I avoid farm-raised shrimp for this reason. But sardines are NEVER farm-raised, as far as I know, they are always wild-caught. So they should be definitely be safe, assuming there...
  7. I'm planning to start on the fasano gluten elimination diet, and i'm wondering if taking a certified gluten free multi-vitamin/mineral would be allowed.
  8. I know this is a very old post, but it came up on a google search so I thought I'd give a response. Edison grainery is supposed to be a very good source for gluten free beans, as...
  9. The reason there is often a "may contain wheat" statement on dried/canned legumes, as far as I know, is because it is extremely common for legumes to be grown in a crop rotation...
  10. I know this is an old thread, but have y'all tried the beans from edison grainery? They test their beans to be <5 ppm. They also carry alot of other products verified to be ...
  11. What is the best way to phrase an email to a company, when trying to investigate whether or not their product(s) is safe for a super sensitive to consume? here's an example of an...