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Gluten Free Chippy Non-Brewed Condiment (Malt Vinegar Flavour) 315ml

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Vinegar tests well below the less than 20 parts per million gluten threshold that is considered "gluten-free" in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe.

The best way to enjoy your meals and eat your way to good health is to use sensible portion control and eat a wide range of fresh, seasonal foods.Barley malt vinegar starts off in the same way as barley malt extract but instead goes on to be fermented and then turned into vinegar. I signed up here in 2007 and just recently pushed to have my rash biopsied and it finally showed as Dermatitis Herpetiformis, It took me 17 years to get dx'd and I'm sure I had the rash before 2007. Unlike many other types of vinegar, it is not a distilled vinegar and therefore the gluten particles are not removed during the vingar making process.

So if one eats 10 products a day that have been tested to be under the 20 ppm limit, but still registers some level of gluten, does that have a cumulative effect? Just today while at my local Whole Foods I double checked a brand of chips that offers a malt vinegar and salt variety. Hey Jenn… The brewing science journals do have some hard numbers on gluten content in malted barley and beer brewed from barley, but I personally haven’t seen similar studies that look at malt vinegar. Remember, you can also contact the manufacturer’s or retailer’s Helpline to share your feedback on gluten free labelling directly. Vinegar is a solution made of acetic acid and flavoring materials such as apples, grapes, grain and molasses.This particular variety was not labeled gluten-free but it certainly gave no indication that it contained gluten either – which I think we can safely assume that it did. Thus, distilled vinegar is generally considered safe for those with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.

I already steer clear from a lot of processed foods, but they're a great livesaver from time to time…and you want to be able to rely on them without getting ill. We are speaking with manufacturers and retailers and asking them to commit to labelling these products gluten free, rather than only assuring us that they are suitable for a gluten free diet. It goes without saying that you should consult your doctor before you consider adding malt vinegar to your gluten-free diet.There is no charge to label a product gluten free, but not doing so can make it more difficult for us to keep track of changes to a product’s gluten free status, because we rely on the manufacturer to keep us updated. Also, it is gluten-free and it can often be bought from concentrate, which is better for storage and transportation purposes. For any celiac with active sensitivity, any gluten at all is dangerous— not only does the immediate dose of gluten cause short-term physical distress, long-term exposure causes lasting and sometimes permanent damage to the intestines and subsequent malnutrition. I’m only a sample size of one, and hardly representative of all gluten-free foodies out there – we’re a diverse group with different conditions (Celiac, gluten intolerance, wheat allergy) and different levels of sensitivity.

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