Gluten-Free Food List

 

Pat’s Personal Gluten Free Food List

This Section Contains the gluten free food list of what I am currently using in my own kitchen. While I believe that the foods I have listed are all “Safe,” my “legal beagle” insists that I must
include the following disclaimer”

“Please note that I have no control over manufacturers, food handlers, transportation vendors or other food processors or individuals who handle your food. If they change their formulations or their food processing procedures and methods or any other thing about their process they may contaminate their product with gluten. If employees or other individuals who handle the food have gluten on their hands or gloves it may contaminate your food.

“It is always your responsibility to make sure what you are eating/preparing/serving is gluten-free. Neither I, my staff nor anyone associated with this document are liable for any adverse reaction or negative consequence that may be experienced by you or others from food which you or they eat or prepare based upon information contained in this document or on this website.”

Gluten-Free Food List

Gluten-Free Food List – I’ve recently updated the list of gluten free food that I use in my own kitchen. It’s like my shopping list.

There are a total of 4 lists contained in this section and I truly hope they help you find good food that you can eat even though you are gluten intolerant.

This page contains the following four lists:

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT SOME OF THE FOODS IN THE VARIOUS GLUTEN FREE FOOD LISTS MAY CONTAIN MODIFIED FOOD STARCH. You will need to determine if any modified food starch contained in the foods on the following lists are safe for you to eat. I’ve put them in the list because I use them and believe that they are safe. But, you must make your own determination!

Short Gluten Free Food List Summary – Quick Reference

This is a quick reference guide at the “group” level. Refer to the other 3 safe foods lists for more detailed information.

With all of these food that I have listed as “Safe,” you need to pay attention to whether they might have been cross-contaminated in the process of production or manufacturing. Some, like oats, are usually a problem if not certified. You should look on the label to determine if they have been certified gluten-free by an organization like the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO).

As long as they have not been contaminated somehow, the following foods are generally “safe” for gluten intolerant individuals to eat:

– Rice, Sweet Rice, Brown Rice, White Rice,

– Oats or Oatmeal (if Certified by an organization like the Gluten-Free Certification Organization

(GFCO)

)

– Corn, Popcorn, Cornstarch, Corn Flour (Masa Harina), Cornmeal

– Millet, Sorghum, Buckwheat, Quinoa, Fonio, Amaranth, Flax, Teff, etc.

– Roots — Tapioca, Potato, Arrowroot, Sweet Potato, etc.

– Legumes (if Certified by an organization like the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO)

) – Black (Turtle), Cannellini (White Kidney), Cranberry, Fava, Garbanzo (Chickpea), Garfava, Great Northern (White), Dark or Red Kidney, Navy (White Pea Beans), Pink, Pinto, Small Red, Romano,

Soy (Edamame), Lentils, Split Pea, Blackeye Pea, and other Dried Beans and Peas

– Nut Flours or Meal: Almond, Chestnut, Coconut, Hazelnut, Macadamia, Pecan, Walnut, etc.

– Other Unprocessed Raw Vegetables and Fruits which are not in the unsafe list

– Baked goods — even if made from “safe” grains, they need to be processed in a gluten-free environment to avoid cross-contamination

– Cereal – even if made from “safe” grains, all cereals need to be processed in a gluten-free environment to avoid cross-contamination

– Crackers, Chips and Snacks — even if made from “safe” grains, they need to be processed in a gluten-free environment to avoid cross-contamination

I have looked for sources of packaged dried beans, lentils and peas that are CERTIFIED gluten-free, and here are the ones I found:

Shiloh Farms – Certified GF

http://www.shilohfarms.com/certified-gluten-free-1/

They have navy beans and a dozen other peas/beans. Organic and certified GF by GFCO

Nuts.com

http://www.nuts.com/gluten-free/cookingbaking/beans/

They have several varieties of beans that are certified GF by GFCO.

The following manufacturer does not actually have their beans certified, but does label them as gluten-free:

 

Arrowhead Mills

http://www.arrowheadmills.com/category/gluten-free-beans

They have 3 varieties of peas/beans. All are GMO and many are also organic.

A comment about canned beans, lentils and peas:

As I understand it, canned beans are more likely to be gluten-free because they are processed on lines that only process other vegetables and fruits – not grains. If you can adjust your recipe to

use canned beans, you may be able to find what you need for your recipe more easily. If you’d like an example of a bean soup that uses canned beans, I have a recipe posted for one — it’s called

Tomato Bean Soup, and you can find it here: http://elegantlyglutenfree.com/tomato-bean-soup-quick-easy

 

I’d be very happy to know if you find any more sources for dried beans that are certified gluten-free. Send your discoveries to me at Pat@ElegantlyGlutenFree.com… Thanks!

 

Gluten Free Food List for Produce and Whole Foods

This is the list of gluten-free whole foods that I am using in my kitchen right now.

Normally, produce and whole type foods are not contaminated with gluten. However, we advise you that you should

make sure there is no contamination.

Item

Grocery Section

acorn squashproduce
alfalfa sproutsproduce
almond mealproduce
almondsproduce
angel hair slawproduce
apple ciderjuices
apple cider vinegarbaking
apple juicejuices
apple rings, driedproduce
applesproduce
apricot halves, driedproduce
artichokesproduce
asparagusproduce
avocadoproduce
banana chipsproduce
bananasproduce
basil, freshproduce
beet greensproduce
berriesproduce
bok choyproduce
broccoliproduce
Brussels sproutsproduce
cabbage, green or redproduce
carrotsproduce
cashewsproduce
cauliflowerproduce
celeryproduce
chard, or Swiss chardproduce
chestnutsproduce
Chinese cabbage or Nappiproduce
cilantro, freshproduce
citrusproduce
coconut, shredded or flakedbaking
cole slawproduce
cranberries, driedproduce
cranberries, freshproduce
crookneck squashproduce
datesproduce
eggplantproduce
eggsdairy
fennelproduce
garlicproduce
grapesproduce
grapesproduce
green beansproduce
green bell peppersproduce
green chili peppersproduce
green onionsproduce
green onionsproduce
greensproduce
jalapeno peppersproduce
kaleproduce
leeksproduce
lemonsproduce
lettuceproduce
limesproduce
mushroomsproduce
onionsproduce
orangesproduce
parsley, freshproduce
parsnipsproduce
patty pan squashproduce
peach nectarjuices
peachesproduce
pearsproduce
peppers, bell, green, red or yellowproduce
pistachiosproduce
potatoesproduce
pumpkin seedsproduce
raisinsproduce
rosemary, freshproduce
savory, winterproduce
spinachproduce
sunflower seedsproduce
sweet potatoes or yamsproduce
tomatoesproduce
winter squash- acorn, butternut, delicata, Hubbard, spaghetti, etc.produce
yellow beansproduce
zucchini squashproduce
thyme, freshproduce
tomatillosproduce

 

Generic Gluten Free Food List

Please note that I have no control over manufacturers, food handlers, transportation vendors or other food processors or individuals who handle your food. If they change their formulations or their food processing procedures and methods or any other thing about their process they may contaminate their product with gluten. If employees or other individuals who handle the food have gluten on their hands or gloves it may contaminate your food.

It is always your responsibility to make sure what you are eating/preparing/serving is gluten-free. Neither I, my staff nor anyone associated with this document are liable for any adverse reaction or negative consequence that may be experienced by you or others from food which you or they eat or prepare based upon information contained in this document or on this website.

This is the list of generic foods that I am using in my kitchen right now as I am writing this.

 

These items are usually gluten-free, but you must ALWAYS check the labels on them every time you buy/use them.

Item

Grocery Section

active dry yeastbaking
agarbaking
agave nectarbaking
almond meal/flourbaking
amaranth flourbaking
apple cider vinegarbaking
arrowroot starch or flourbaking
baking powderbaking
baking sodabaking
balsamic vinegarbaking
bean flourbaking
brown rice flourbaking
buckwheat flourbaking
canola oilbaking
coconut flourbaking
corn flour (masa harina)baking
corn mealbaking
corn oilbaking
corn starchbaking
guar gumbaking
honeybaking
lardbaking
marshmallowsbaking
millet flour or whole hulled milletbaking
nutritional yeastbaking
oat flour, certified GFbaking
oilbaking
oil, canolabaking
oil, coconutbaking
oil, cornbaking
oil, grapeseedbaking
oil, olivebaking
olive oilbaking
potato starchbaking
quinoa flour/grainbaking
rice flourbaking
shorteningbaking
sorghum flourbaking
sugar, brown sugar, palm sugarbaking
sweet rice flourbaking
teffbaking
vinegar, except malt vinegarbaking
xanthan gumbaking
vanilla extractbaking
coffee, decaf, groundbeverages
coffee, groundbeverages
colabeverages
tea, blackbeverages
tea, green decafbeverages
wine (except for combination w/a malt…)beverages
cellophane noodlesboxed sides
corn grits/polentaboxed sides
riceboxed sides
soy gritsboxed sides
corn tortillasbread
applesaucecanned
apricot halves in juicecanned
artichoke heartscanned
black olivescanned
chicken- canned, salt & watercanned
cranberry saucecanned
garbanzo beans, cannedcanned
kidney beans, cannedcanned
mushrooms, cannedcanned
navy beans, cannedcanned
peaches, cannedcanned
picklescanned
pinto beans, cannedcanned
pumpkin, cannedcanned
American cheese, gluten-freedairy
butterdairy
cheddar cheese, naturaldairy
cottage cheese, small curddairy
cream cheesedairy
half and halfdairy
heavy creamdairy
margarine, casein-freedairy
margarine, soft, olive oildairy
milk 1%dairy
milk, wholedairy
mozzarella cheesedairy
Parmesan cheesedairy
sour creamdairy
mayonnaisedressings
asparagus, frozenfrozen
broccoli, frozenfrozen
Brussels sprouts, frozenfrozen
carrots, frozenfrozen
collard greens, frozenfrozen
green beans, frozenfrozen
green peas, frozenfrozen
mixed vegetables, frozenfrozen
okra, frozenfrozen
onions, frozenfrozen
peppers and onions, frozenfrozen
spinach, frozenfrozen
squash, frozenfrozen
agave nectarjams & spreads
apple butterjams & spreads
apricot jamjams & spreads
black raspberry jam, seedlessjams & spreads
corn syrupjams & spreads
grape jamjams & spreads
Honeyjams & spreads
maple syrup (not necessarily pancake syrup, though)jams & spreads
nut butter (most brands)jams & spreads
orange marmaladejams & spreads
peach jamjams & spreads
peanut butter (most brands)jams & spreads
raspberry jam, seedlessjams & spreads
strawberry jamjams & spreads
acai juicejuices
apple juicejuices
cranberry juicejuices
grape juicejuices
lemon juicejuices
lime juicejuices
orange juicejuices
pomegranate juicejuices
tomato juicejuices
beef, ground, steaks or roastsmeats
chicken, breast, fresh or frozenmeats
chicken, whole, fresh or frozenmeats
lamb, ground, steaks or roastsmeats
pork, sausage, steaks or roastsmeats
turkey, whole or breastmeats
Dijon mustardsauces/toppings
Mustardsauces/toppings
crab, Alaskan king (not surimi or imitation crab)seafood
fish fillets, unbreaded, unmarinatedseafood
salmon fillets, unbreaded, unmarinatedseafood
scallops, unbreaded, unmarinatedseafood
shrimp, unbreaded, unmarinatedseafood
tuna, albacore, fresh or frozenseafood
clams, unbreaded, unmarinatedseafood
sardines, canned in oil, water, mustard or tomato juiceseafood
basil, driedseasonings
cayenne, groundseasonings
celery seed, groundseasonings
chili peppers, driedseasonings
garlic salt & many seasoned saltsseasonings
garlic, driedseasonings
mustard, dryseasonings
onion, driedseasonings
oregano, driedseasonings
paprika, groundseasonings
parsley, driedseasonings
pepper, ground blackseasonings
rosemary, driedseasonings
Saffronseasonings
salt (plain, iodized, Kosher or sea)seasonings
savory, winter, groundseasonings
thyme, groundseasonings

 

Gluten Free Food List By Brand

 

This list of safe, gluten free brand name foods has what I am using in my kitchen right now as I am writing this, or else they are on my shopping list.

These items are gluten-free as I write this, but you must ALWAYS check the labels on them every time you buy/use them.

Item

Grocery Section

Find More Information At:

Baking Mix, King Arthur Flour All-Purpose GFbaking

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/

 

 

 

Baking Mix, Bisquick GFbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Baking Mix, Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose GFbakinghttp://www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free/
Multi-Purpose Flour GF, King Arthur Flourbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
Bread & Pizza Mix GF, King Arthur Flourbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
Bread mixes & Frozen breads, ChēbēBakinghttp://www.chebe.com/
Bread Crumbs, Schärbakinghttp://www.schar.com/products/us-mix/bread-crumbs
Bread Mix, White, Scharbakinghttp://www.schar.com/products/us-mix
baking
Brownie or Cookie Mixes, GF, King Arthur Flourbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
Brownie or Cookie Mixes GF, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Brownie or Cookie Mixes GF, Namastebakinghttp://www.namastefoods.com/
Hershey’s Cocoabakinghttps://www.hersheys.com/pure-products/details.aspx?id=4809&name=HERSHEYS+Cocoa+Natural+Unsweetened&f=0
Hershey’s Unsweetened Baking Chocolatebakinghttps://www.hersheys.com/pure-products/details.aspx?id=2747&name=HERSHEYS+Unsweetened+Chocolate+Baking+Bar
Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Baking chocolatebakinghttps://www.hersheys.com/pure-products/details.aspx?id=20552&name=HERSHEYS+Baking+Chocolate+Semi+Sweet
Cake Mix, Chocolate or Yellow GF, King Arthur Flourbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
Cake Mix, Chocolate or Yellow GF, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Carnation Evaporated Milkbakinghttp://www.verybestbaking.com/carnation/products/evaporated-milk.aspx
Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, King Arthur Flourbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Chocolate Frosting, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.generalmills.com/home/brands/baking_products/betty_crocker/brand%20product%20list%20page.aspx#{A8D51B47-F664-4F5C-973D-DB25EDABB4BD}
Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chipsbakinghttp://www.enjoylifefoods.com/chocolate-for-baking/
Hershey’s Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chipsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Morselsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Hershey’s Chocolate Chips, Sugar-Freebakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Hershey’s Butterscotch Chipsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Hershey’s Cinnamon Chipsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Hershey’s Premier White Chipsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
Reese’s Peanut Butter Chipsbakinghttp://www.thehersheycompany.com/brands/special-nutrition.aspx#/Gluten-Free
seasoningsbakinghttp://www.iherb.com/Gluten-Free-Foods
spicesbakinghttp://www.iherb.com/Gluten-Free-Foods
Sugar Cookie Mix, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Yellow Cake Mix, Betty Crockerbakinghttp://www.bettycrocker.com/products/glutenfree
Yellow Cake Mix, King Arthur Flour GFbakinghttp://www.kingarthurflour.com/essentials/gluten-free
7-Upbeveragehttp://www.7up.com/page/view/faq/
Coca-Cola, Barq’s Root Beer, etc.beveragehttp://www.coca-colacompany.com/contact-us/
Beer- Redbridgebeveragehttp://www.redbridgebeer.com
Coffee, Folger’s (flavored coffee may not be)beveragehttp://www.folgerscoffee.com/about-us/faq.aspx
Tea, Bigelowbeveragehttp://www.bigelowtea.com/Catalog/Category/36/35/Gluten+Free.aspx
Creamer- Coffee-Mate liquid, powder or Natural Blissbeveragehttp://www.coffee-mate.com/Faqs.aspx
Tea, Herbal, Celestial Seasoningsbeveragehttp://www.celestialseasonings.com/products/herbal-teas/caffeine-free
Rice Grits, Arrowhead Millsboxed sideshttp://www.arrowheadmills.com/product/organic-gluten-free-rice-and-shine%C2%AE
Corn Grits or Polenta, Bob’s Red Millboxed sideshttp://www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free/
Oatmeal, Certified GF, Bob’s Red Millboxed sideshttp://www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free/
Pasta, DeBolesboxed sideshttp://www.deboles.com/products/gluten-free-pasta.php
Pasta, Mrs. Leeper’sboxed sideshttp://mrsleepers.com/
Pasta, Schärboxed sideshttp://www.schar.com/products/us-pasta
Pasta, Tinkyadaboxed sideshttp://www.tinkyada.com/
Potatoes, Instant Mashed, Potato Budsboxed sideshttp://www.bettycrocker.com/Home/Products/Potatoes/Products/Potato%20Buds/Potato%20Buds
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bread, Glutinobreadhttp://www.glutino.com/our-products/bakery/
Bread, Scharbreadhttp://www.schar.com/products/us-bread
bread, Udi’sbreadhttp://udisglutenfree.com/products/
bread, French Meadow Bakerybreadhttp://www.frenchmeadow.com/products/gluten-free
flatbread, Sandwich Petalsbreadhttp://www.sandwichpetals.com/main_content/
Nestle Baby Ruth, Butterfinger, etc.candyhttp://nestle-consumerservices.casupport.com/eglutenfree.pdf Note: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked with no problems.
Del Monte®canned vegetablescannedhttp://www.delmontefoods.com/FAQs.aspx
Libby’s Pumpkin Pie Mixcannedhttp://nestle-consumerservices.casupport.com/eglutenfree.pdfNote: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked with no problems.
Parmesan cheese, grated, Kraftcannedhttp://www.kraftrecipes.com/healthy-living-ideas/articles/food-allergies/glutenfreefoods.aspx
refried beans, Old El Pasocannedhttp://www.glutenfreely.com/
Baked Beans, Bush’s Bestcannedhttp://www.bushbeans.com/en_US/faq.jsp
Baked Beans, Heinzcannedhttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Ragucanned
Bob’s Red Mill GF Brown Rice Farina, Creamy Buckwheat, Corn Grits, Mighty Tasty Hot Cereal, Muesli, Rolled Oatscerealhttp://www.bobsredmill.com/gluten-free/
Cream of Ricecerealhttp://www.bgfoodservice.com/cream-of-rice-original/
Chex cereals (7 of them are, but others are notcerealhttp://www.chex.com/Recipes/GlutenFree.aspx
Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies®cerealhttp://www2.kelloggs.com/ProductDetail.aspx?id=26251
chips, RiceWorkscrackers/snackshttp://www.riceworks.com/new_index_USA.html
Cookies, ScharCrackers/snackshttp://www.schar.com/products/us-cookies
crackers, CrunchmasterCrackers/snackshttp://crunchmaster.com/home.aspx
crackers, Glutinocrackers/snackshttp://www.glutino.com/our-products/snacks/
crackers, Mary’s Gone Crackerscrackers/snackshttp://www.marysgonecrackers.com/
crackers, Nut-Thincrackers/snackshttp://www.bluediamond.com/index.cfm?navid=21
Crackers, Scharcrackers/snackshttp://www.schar.com/products/us-crackers
pretzels, Glutinocrackers/snackshttp://www.glutino.com/our-products/snacks/#91
Yogurt, Stonyfielddairyhttp://www.stonyfield.com/healthy-people/our-yogurt/gluten-free-kosher
mayonnaise, Hellman’sdressingshttp://www.hellmanns.us/products/real_mayo.aspx
French fries, Ore-Ida frozenfrozenhttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Fish, Gorton’s Grilledfrozenhttp://gortons.com/health/gluten-free
Bacon, Applegatemeatshttp://www.applegate.com/products/organic-sunday-bacon/
Bacon, ham, lunch meats, Sugardalemeatshttp://www.sugardale.com/gluteninformation.aspx
salsa, Pace Picante Saucesauces/toppingshttp://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/pdf/FAQ_GlutenFreeProductList.pdfNote: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked with no problems.
Pizza, Scharpizzahttp://www.schar.com/products/us-pizza
soy sauce or tamari, San-Jsauces/toppingshttp://www.san-j.com/product_info.asp?id=3
hot sauce, Frank’s Original RedHotsauces/toppingshttp://www.franksredhot.com/products/hot-sauce
hot sauce, Tabascosauces/toppingshttp://www.tabasco.com/info_booth/faq/whats_in.cfm
Worcestershire Sauce, Lea & Perrinssauces/toppingshttp://www.leaperrins.com/products/the-original-worcestershire-sauce.aspx
Classico Roasted Garlic Alfredo Saucesauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Classico Sun-Dried Tomato Pestosauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Ketchup, Heinzsauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Barbecue Sauce, Heinz (Regular, Chicken & Rib, Garlic and Honey Garlic Only)sauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Tartar Sauce, Heinzsauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Chili Sauce, Heinzsauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Jack Daniel’s BBQ Sauces (Original #7, Honey Smokehouse, Hickory Brown Sugar, Spicy and Masterblend BBQ Only)sauces/toppingshttp://www.heinz.com/glutenfree/products.html
Ragu Red Sauce, Traditional Meat Flavorsauces/toppingshttp://www.ragu.com/index.php/traditional
Prego Italian Sauce, Three Cheese (& others)sauces/toppingshttp://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/pdf/FAQ_GlutenFreeProductList.pdf Note: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked fine.
Old Bay Seafood Seasoningseasonings*http://www.oldbay.com/Products/Old-Bay-Seasoning.aspx
seasoned salt, Emeril’s Original Essenceseasonings*http://www.emerilstore.com/kosher_gluten.asp
Beef Bouillon Cubes, Herb-Ox®soupshttp://www.hormelfoods.com/brands/herb-Ox/default.aspx
Beef Stock, Swanson (aseptic)soupshttp://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/pdf/FAQ_GlutenFreeProductList.pdfNote: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked fine.
Chicken Bouillon Cubes, Herb-Ox®soupshttp://www.hormelfoods.com/brands/herb-Ox/default.aspx
Chicken Stock, Swanson (aseptic)soupshttp://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/pdf/FAQ_GlutenFreeProductList.pdfNote: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked fine.
Creamy Mushroom soup, Progressosoupshttp://www.glutenfreely.com/
Pacific Natural Foods brothssoupshttp://www.pacificfoods.com/our-foods/special-diets
Pacific Natural Foods condensed soupssoupshttp://www.pacificfoods.com/our-foods/special-diets
Pacific Natural Foods condensed soupssoupshttp://www.pacificfoods.com/our-foods/special-diets
Pacific Natural Foods creamy soupssoupshttp://www.pacificfoods.com/our-foods/special-diets
Wolfgang Puck productssoupshttp://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/pdf/FAQ_GlutenFreeProductList_WolfgangPuck.pdf
Note: I got a security advisory from Internet Explorer 9 for this link. I checked it with Norton’s Security Site Checker and it found no threats. I then opened it in FireFox and it worked fine.
Gluten Freely- Bisquick, Betty Crocker, General Mills, Progresso & morehttp://www.glutenfreely.com/
Walden Farms productshttp://www.waldenfarms.com/index.html

 

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