Foods to Question
Chocolate milk and other flavoured drinks may contain wheat starch or barley malt.
Cheese Spreads or Sauces (e.g. Nacho)
May be thickened/stabilized with wheat. Flavourings and seasonings may contain wheat.
Flavoured or frozen yogurt
May be thickened/stabilized with a gluten source. May contain granola or cookie crumbs.
Pure buckwheat flour is gluten-free. Sometimes buckwheat flour may be mixed with wheat flour.
May contain barley malt extract.
May contain oat syrup or barley malt extract.
Some "soba" pastas contain pure buckwheat flour which is gluten-free but others may also contain wheat flour.
Rice Cakes, Corn Cakes, Rice Crackers
Multigrain often contains barley and/or oats. Some contain soy sauce (may be made from wheat).
Some are thickened with wheat flour.
May contain fillers made from wheat starch.
Dry Roasted Nuts
May contain wheat.
Processed Meat Products
May contain fillers made from wheat. May contain HPP or HVP made from wheat.
Often contain wheat or oats.
Dates and other dried fruits may be dusted with wheat flour to prevent sticking.
Fruits/Veg's with sauces / Fruit Pie Fillings
Some may be thickened with flour.
Canned Soups, Dried Soup Mixes, Soup bases and Bouillon Cubes
May contain noodles or barley.
Cream soups are often thickened with flour.
May contain HPP or HVP (from wheat).
Seasonings may contain wheat flour, wheat starch or hydrolyzed wheat protein.
Seasonings may contain wheat flour or wheat starch.
Starch source may be from wheat.
Some instant teas, herbal teas, coffee substitutes and other drinks may have grain additives.
Non-dairy substitutes (e.g., rice drinks and soy drinks) may contain barley, barley malt extract or oats.
Potato, Tortilla Chips and Soy Nuts
Some potato chips contain wheat.
Seasoning mixtures may contain wheat flour, wheat starch or hydrolysed wheat protein.
Contains starch which may be from wheat.
Seasonings, Seasoning Mixes
May contain wheat flour, wheat starch or hydrolysed wheat protein.
May contain malt vinegar which is not gluten-free.