Batter Than Good Baking Company Flour

Batter Than Good Baking Company Flour

The following report on Batter Than Good Baking Company Flour will inform you of the amount of gluten found in this product during testing.

General Product Information

Manufacturer: Batter Than Good Baking Co

Ingredients: Millet, Cassava, Tapioca

This product includes a gluten-free claim on front packaging.

The manufacturer's Facebook page and website are no longer available.

Ingredient and labeling information provided as a convenience only. Do not rely on this information for your dietary needs. Always read product labels before purchasing for the most accurate and up-to-date information.


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Test Report Summary

Report Date: 03/08/2023

The sample tested at 177,669 and 174,053 parts per million of gluten using the sandwich R5 ELISA.

Please see complete results for details.

Note: The test results suggest that this flour mix may contain wheat flour, barley flour, and/or vital wheat gluten. The flour appears to be used in Batter Than Good baked products, including biscuits, bagels, and cinnamon rolls. The company is/was located in Oklahoma. Products are/were sold locally and also shipped out of state. If you purchased products from this company, it is strongly recommended that you not eat them. Please freeze any remaining products for possible future testing.

A complaint has been filed by Gluten Free Watchdog with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). If you believe products from this manufacturer made you or a loved one sick, it is very important to file a complaint with an FDA consumer complaint coordinator in your state. Please see the contact information available at The manufacturer was also notified. 

Thank you to the consumer who reached out to Gluten Free Watchdog after this flour and other products made by the same manufacturer  repeatedly tested gluten found using a Nima. Generally speaking, we do not test products based on a gluten found result using a lateral flow device, such as the Nima or EZ Gluten. Exceptions are made when there is a pattern of positive results. It is important to determine if the results are true positives (e.g., GF Harvest oats and Batter Than Good flour). It is equally important to determine if the results are false positives (e.g., Liquid IV and various cream cheese, yogurt, and soft cheese products).

Please reach out with any questions. 

Complete Test Results

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