“May Contain” Statements for Wheat on Foods Labeled Gluten-Free NOT Useful Predictors for Gluten

“May Contain” Statements for Wheat on Foods Labeled Gluten-Free NOT Useful Predictors for Gluten

On March 26, 2018 the article, “When foods contain both a gluten-free claim and an allergen advisory statement for wheat: should consumers be concerned?” by Tricia Thompson, Amy Keller, and Trisha B. Lyons was published online ahead of print by the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

To view a one-page summary of the article (see photo below), click 2018 AAS FINAL one-pager 

NOTE: The viewing and printing quality of the pdf at the above link is much better than clicking on the photo.

To read the full article click http://rdcu.be/JRM0

 

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Comments (4)

  • Al
    Reply

    Excellent! I will include a link to this in my May Contain – Voluntary Advisory Statements information.

    Thanks!

    March 29, 2018 at 7:48 pm
  • Dee Reply

    Thank you Tricia for keeping all of the CD community safer.

    Confusing labels and allergies have kept me from eating processed foods. Plus I was sick of having to find those hidden messages. I got rid of a lot of angst by simply eating foods that had no labels at all (meat n veggies).

    Thank you again,
    Dee

    March 29, 2018 at 10:34 pm
    • Tricia Thompson Reply

      Glad you find the information useful, Dee. Thanks so much for your support!

      March 30, 2018 at 7:15 pm

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