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General Mills’ gluten free products hold a special place in the hearts of many. Here’s what we’ve heard: “Thank you for looking out for those of us who can’t eat gluten.” “I have celiac disease and have been eating gluten-free for 12 years. I’ve tried several brands of gluten-free oatmeal and yours is the best!

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Gluten-Free Resources Our experts provide the facts on gluten sensitivity: what it means to eat gluten-free, an overview of Celiac Disease, and how versatile, brand name General Mills products can win with your gluten-free patrons.

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General Mills has a series of products that are specifically made to be gluten-free, all of which are listed on their website called Gluten Freely. They offer Chex in a variety of gluten-free flavors, including cinnamon, chocolate, honey nut, corn, and rice.

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Today, General Mills offers more than 600 gluten-free options, such as Betty Crocker Gluten Free baking mixes, Chex cereals, and Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix.

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General Mills manufactures a wide array of breakfast foods, including several cereals that are gluten-free. The company makes gluten-free Corn and Rice Chex cereals, which may be included in the diets of those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities.

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1. Chex Cereals by General Mills. Chex cereals are one of the most popular brands on the market today, and General Mills makes Chex in Vanilla, Chocolate, Corn, Honey Nut, and Rice varieties that are gluten-free, as well as a gluten-free granola.

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Probably not the healthiest choice of the gluten-free cereals available, but a choice nonetheless. So you can add this to the list of other cereals made by General Mills that contain no gluten: Rice Chex

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General Mills recalls some of its Cheerios products. General Mills is calling its cereals due to an incident that introduced wheat into its gluten-free products.

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Cereal is a breakfast staple, but if you're gluten-free, it can be challenging to find a diet-friendly option. Here, a list of the 10 best gluten-free cereals to add to your pantry.

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By removing the small amounts of wheat, rye, and barley inadvertently introduced into its supply of whole oats, General Mills successfully made all of its products gluten-free, including the most popular, Honey Nut Cheerios and Original Cheerios.