This part of my life began when my very sick partner was diagnosed with Celiac. Even the slightest exposure to gluten can make him very ill for several days, so I have pursued gluten-free options with thorough aggression. In the U.S. a recent surge of gluten awareness means we have more choices than ever, but it still means hunting and analyzing and tracking down parent companies. After several years now of doing so, I want to share my tricks and tips with others who are still struggling.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Gluten-Free Featured Product: Yoplait Yogurt


A regular postings of gluten-free products that I use myself and are available in my local grocery store.  You can check your local store for these items, order them online, or ask your store to stock them. I do not have any relationship with the companies in question, nor do I receive any form of compensation for these reviews. Gluten-Free status is based on information from the manufacturer, the current Cecelia's Marketplace shopping guide and personal experience, and may change if the company changes formulation or manufacturing processes.
Yoplait Yogurt

Yoplait is a gluten-free hero in my book, because they actually label which of their yogurts are gluten-free.  Check the back of the container, near the middle.  The labels are there for their original and light yogurts, but I did not have one of their greek yogurts to check.  Even flavors you would expect to be off the table (like strawberry cheesecake) are actually gluten-free (and also now in my fridge...).  Remember to double-check the package, as they will remove the gluten-free label if their manufacturing processes change and it is no longer gluten-free. 

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