I have been convinced by my daughter that Fruity Pebbles are gluten-free. So I let her have them because I did not see anything in the ingredients that was harmful.
But . . . certain old symptoms began to crop up again in my daughter and I became suspicious. So I googled.
Of course, I found many who made this claim of Fruity Pebbles being gluten free but sorry people, it is NOT.
I have learned, since I am so sensitive, not to eat anything unless it says specifically GLUTEN-FREE and MADE IN A DEDICATED FACILITY--because there are products that claim to be gluten-free but are made in a wheat facility which causes my hands to break out. This is because many of us Celiacs who cannot process the wheat protein (because of our disease) are also allergic, in general, to wheat.Read this for more information:
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