Lentils & Foreign Grain

Lentils & Foreign Grain

The following report on Lentils & Foreign Grain will inform you of the amount of gluten found in this product during testing.

General Product Information

Manufacturer: Multiple

Errant grain (wheat and/or barley) in bags of lentils labeled gluten-free is an ongoing problem (the most recent complaint was received March 26, 2019). A formal report has been submitted to FDA.

As a general reminder, under US GIPSA standards (Grain Inspection, Packers & Stockyards Administration), lentils are allowed to contain a certain percentage of foreign grain, including wheat, barley, and rye. However, products labeled gluten-free are supposed to contain less than 20 ppm of gluten. As a precaution, please make sure to pick through dry lentils carefully and rinse them very thoroughly under running water. 

Please see the PDF for a summary of products reported to Gluten Free Watchdog by consumers.

This is a sample report, available to subscribers and non-subscribers alike.

Test Report Summary

Report Date: 03/27/2019


Complete Test Results

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