Product Lists

Honeybaked Ham and Turkey is Indeed Gluten Free (GLUTEN WARNING – READ COMMENTS)

Like many of you, this Examiner grew up having Honeybaked ham for the holidays.  It is such an easy meal and one that is a real crowd pleaser, so it was disturbing to learn that even thought the ham and the turkey are gluten free the glaze used on each contained gluten making it unsafe for those on the gluten-free diet.

Back in 2008, Honeybaked reformulated their glaze and removed gluten and soy making the hams/turkeys safe for those on a gluten-free diet, but Read More »

Karo Corn Syrup Is Gluten Free and Allergen-friendly

Karo Corn Syrup Photo: www.karosyrup.com

Karo corn syrup is gluten-free.  There was some confusion about Karo since it contains caramel coloring.  A few of my readers were concerned about the coloring and here is what the manufacturer of Karo Syrup has to say.

“All Karo Syrup products are free of gluten, soy, milk, egg, peanut and tree nuts. The syrup production facility does not contain ingredients with these allergens, so cross contamination is not an issue. While some caramel colorings Read More »

Kellogg’s Announces New Gluten-free Rice Krispies [Discontinued]

[Update: Kellogg’s has discontinued it’s gluten-free Rice Krispies.]

Kellogg's Gluten Free Rice Krispies

Rice Krispies are now Gluten Free!!

BATTLE CREEK, Mich., May 11, 2011 — The wait for people with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity is almost over. Starting in June 2011, grocery stores nationwide will begin stocking new Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® Gluten Free cereal alongside the original variety.

Rice Krispies® Gluten Free cereal brings a family favorite back to the tables of people who are unable to eat gluten, offering long-time fans and a new generation of gluten-sensitive kids the joy of eating a bowl of this beloved cereal “that talks,” or whipping up a batch of delicious, Read More »

Kettle Cuisine Discontinues Gluten-Free Frozen Soups

John Libonati Gluten Free Works

kettle cuisine gluten free soupsSad news as Kettle Cuisine announces they are discontinuing their delicious line of individually packaged gluten-free gourmet frozen soups.  Known for their fabulous flavors and all natural ingredients, Kettle Cuisine’s individually packaged frozen soups were a favorite for travelers, school kids and people on the go. You can read our review here.

Kettle Cuisine sent out the following letter from its founder, Jerry Shafir, today: Read More »

Kinnikinnick Begins Offering New Mixes in Time for Holidays

Kim Bouldin Gluten Free Works

Welcome to Monday, December 12, 2011.  Only 13 days until Christmas!  For all of you out there (this includes me) who haven’t finished your shopping, it is time to get busy!   Right now I am out running 8-10 miles to help motivate myself to knock out the rest of my shopping later on today.  Not sure yet if that will include in person or online shopping – it depends on how I feel.

With Hannah home sick with the stomach flu, I had plenty of time to catch up on all things online.   I found some great gluten-free tidbits and plan to share one of them now with you guys! Are you ready? Ta-da….

gluten free gingerbread man

 

Kinnikinnick is now offering some new mixes just in time for the holiday season.  These mixes include: Read More »

Kroger’s List of Gluten Free Products 2011

John Libonati Gluten Free Works

kroger gluten free listThis just in from the Eastern Tennessee Celiac Sprue Association Chapter #120

“Kroger has given us a list of gluten free products they carry. Not all
products are available in all stores. This list is from May 2011, so newer
products may not be listed. Product formulas may change without notice so be sure to check packaging when you shop.”

The complete list – 26 pages – is available in searchable or Read More »

Rich Products Produces New Gluten Free Line in North America for 2011

Rich Products, a food service business serving colleges and universities, schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and restaurants, had a busy 2010 with projected revenues of $2.9 billion. A report in Business First shows how 2011 should be even busier, with more than $3 billion in revenues due to acquisitions and expansions.  Gluten-free products are expected to play a part.

Rich Products is based in Buffalo with 1,300 local employees. The company has operations in over 100 countries. It expects to expand by about 10 percent annually in China and is moving into new markets like Turkey and could grow in the Philippines and Indonesia.

The company is coming out with a new line of gluten free products here in North America. According to the Rich Products website, the products include:

GLUTEN-FREE ITALIAN ROLLS – BAGS (06142)
Gluten-free Italian sandwich rolls that taste great and have a moist, tender texture. Packaged in resealable bags of 8, 4.4 oz unit weight

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Sams Club Raw Whole Chickens Are Gluten Free

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Sams Club raw whole chickens are gluten free. (Post below can be found at the gluten free weight watchers blog.)

I double checked the status of the raw whole chickens I buy. When I read the label yesterday it said the ingredients contain “chicken broth”. I know a lot of broths have gluten so I shot an e-mail to Pilgrim’s pride. Their website did have a listing of items that are gluten free but I did not see whole chickens.

It looks like they are GF (see below).

Kim

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From: Dreika Linwood [mailto:Dreika.Linwood@ pilgrimspride. com] Sent: Friday, April 03, 2009 1:17 PM
Subject: RE: Other – Response Requested

Thank you for your email. Yes, our whole chickens are gluten free.

Dreika Linwood

Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation

Consumer Relations Rep ll

903-434-7532 Direct

800-321-1470

Smoothie King Offers Gluten-free Choices

The idea for Smoothie King started back in the late 1960’s in the home of Steve Kuhnau.  Kuhnau was trying to remedy his allergies and low blood sugar and began to experiment with blending fruits, nutrients and proteins in a blender.  In 1973, Kuhnau opened a health food store selling his smoothies & vitamins and Smoothie King was born.  Smoothie King has grown to over 600 locations in the US and Seoul, Korea.  Smoothie King’s mission is “To relentlessly influence and help more & more people achieve a healthier lifestyle.”   Read More »

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