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    Sassy Celiactivist

    At some of the stores here they do this, only on items that are labelled gluten-free. And it’s more of a sign on the shelf (which I have noticed are at times misleading based on their placement!). Having it on the actual shelf tag is a much better idea!

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      The Gluten Dude

      This tag goes on the item itself. Still need to double check ingredients but it’s a step in the right direction.

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    Rick

    Gluten Free items out of stock on a consistent basis. Factory contamination items marked with Gluten Free tags (Amber alert, Amber alert). Frequent requests for items such as Udi’s hot dog buns, Udi’s pizza shells, or Kinnikinnick thin pizza crusts going unanswered.

    It is a nice pamphlet and website and the shelf tags are pretty.

    But, is this as good as it gets for Celiacs ?

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      The Gluten Dude

      I understand, and share, your frustration Rick. I’m not saying they’re perfect and they do have a ways to go, but it’s something and they do seem to understand the disease more so than most bandwagoners.

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