Some cereals that are gluten-free as of 2015 include some varieties of General Mills Chex cereals, Nature's Path cereals, Glutino cereals, Post Foods Fruity Pebbles and Cocoa Pebbles. Although all of these cereals are considered gluten-free, they still contain very smal...
Some Kellogg's-brand cereals are Raisin Bran, Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes and Rice Krispies. Froot Loops and Raisin Bran have a fruity taste, while Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies and Corn Flakes are more plain in flavor.
Popular gluten-free cereals include Kellogg's Rice Krispies, Post's Fruity Pebbles and General Mills Corn Chex. Due to the rise in awareness of gluten intolerance and celiac disease, larger companies now clearly label their products as gluten-free.
A list of gluten-free snacks includes mixed nuts, dried fruit, hard-boiled eggs, sliced vegetables with gluten-free salad dressing and beef or turkey jerky. KIND Nuts and Spices bars and Natural Delights date rolls are also gluten-free.
Foods not containing gluten fall into several categories of natural substances: fruit, vegetables, meat and poultry, beans, nuts and legumes, seafood and dairy. Many foods deriving from grain, including cereal, pasta and oatmeal, contain gluten, but consumers find other...
Gluten is found in wheat, rye, barley, some processed oats and any food made with these grains. Wheat-based flours, pasta, couscous, bread, flour tortillas, muffins, cereal, crackers, beer, oats and most pastries commonly contain gluten. There are replacements for many ...
Many online resources provide lists of gluten-free items, such as Mayo Clinic and the Celiac Disease Foundation website, celiac.org. Some store websites provide list- of the specific products they carry that are gluten-free, such as Trader Joes and Whole Foods.