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Finally, a Mainstream Cereal Company Comes to Our Gluten-free Defense

  • Aug 29, 2010
Three cheers to General Mills for providing a new version (gluten-free, of course!) to their select Chex products. Of course you still can't have Wheat Chex, but Corn and Rice Chex ARE gluten-free; just double-check the labels. A (former?) sponser of Scott Adams' Celiac. com, General Mills revamped line of Chex products has grabbed onto one of the latest rockets in the grocery industry by tweeking their line and remaining tasty enough to accomodate those with normal diets. (If you have a sweet tooth or have children who aren't watching their weight, Honey, Cinnamon, and Chocolate Chex are gluten-free and tasty, too.) [No, for the newly initiated, after first glances, Corn Pops and Rice Krispies are NOT gluten-free.]

(Canada's Enviro-Kidz cereals are quite tasty if you're children aren't having you count their calories.  "Gorilla Munch" is has a delicious peanut butter flavor and is organic like the rest of their line. (If you can find them on sale, they're a bargain.  My Co-op sometimes sells them for two dollars a box.)

(From my “Healthy Lifestyle” List: “My (Ten) Favorite Gluten-free Things”)

Finally, a Mainstream Cereal Company Comes to Our Gluten-free Defense

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