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!
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.
Gluten Free Chex Oatmeal; LÄRABAR Renola; As more people prepare gluten- free options for family or friends with a medical need, or simply opt to go gluten-free, General Mills believes the interest in gluten-free products that are convenient, affordable and taste great will continue. Colleen Kargel is among this group of consumers interested ...
New General Mills Gluten-free List. Posted on December 2, 2009 by admin. As I was tweeting about today in twitterland, I saw a tweet that said that General Mills had a new gluten-free product list on their website. I immediately clicked right on over to check it out. I was very pleased to see the number of items on the list.
Gluten-free cereals are harder to find at the grocery store than you might think. It isn't simply a matter of checking a label to make sure it doesn't have wheat, barley, or rye on the label. Here are a list of cereals that are gluten-free and some places that you can get them.
Per a phone conversation to General Mills 12/4/09: Due to their new gluten-free labeling, they can not label the Creamy Mushroom soup as gluten-free. General Mills has not verified all the ingredients from their suppliers for this particular product. The rep did state that General Mills does not add any gluten to this product.
That being said, I've decided to compile a list of 10 gluten-free cereals you didn't know about—but can easily find—to help you explore potential choices. 1. Post Pebbles Katie Walsh. The Pebbles cereal under Post Consumer Brands has always been a safe choice for celiacs. These cereals are rice-based, and free of all gluten-containing ...
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. Look for the ‘Gluten-Free’ label on the left side of the cereal box, just to make sure.
Pamela's Baking and Pancake Mix is a common brand for baking, as well as King Arthur, General Mills Bisquick and Bob's Red Mill. Brand-name breads made with gluten-free products include Udi's Gluten Free Foods, Rudi's Gluten Free Bakery and Kinnikinnick Foods. Discovering Pasta. A variety of gluten-free pastas exist.
‘Gluten free’ products (including the new gluten free General Mills brands/Cheerios, etc.) ARE NOT & this is more than just semantics. The UDSA has a very detailed list of what foods are naturally gluten free (meaning without any gluten whatsoever).