Gluten Free Candy List Updated September 2012***
The gluten free candy list that will guide you through the fall and winter holiday season is here. Updated for 2012, with updates and new links.
Millions of people around the world have a gluten allergy and need to stay away from candy containing gluten. Whether your kids or someone else is allergic to gluten and you want to avoid eating the wrong candy, then check this gluten free candy list.
The list of gluten free candy is based on manufacturers websites on or before September 2012. Companies do change recipes from time to time. Always make sure you read the label to determine if the product is gluten free and better yet call the manufacturer if the label isn’t clear. If you are looking for a list of other foods containing gluten go here.
Also, some candy outside the United States may be called the same as on the list below but have different ingredients. So if you are outside the U.S. check the label. In addition the sizes of the candy will also result in different ingredients. Some larger sizes will contain gluten while the smaller sizes don’t.
For those who have very high allergy reactions to gluten, some of these products are made in plants that also package other products containing gluten. Please read the packaging to know which is best for you.
We’ve included links to most of the manufacturer’s websites indicating their gluten free policies and if they have a gluten free facility or not.
****Update 9/14/12. NESTLE LINKS – Since publishing this article, Nestleusa.com has changed several of their links. If you google the name of the candy and find nestleusa.com you’ll likely find a direct link to the website for each candy bar. Such as www.babyruth.com Within each site, you’ll find in the FAQ section where the company states the candy is gluten free.
Gluten Free Candy List 2012
Please leave comments if you find other candies or websites selling candies that are gluten free, so we can share with our other readers.
Enjoy the candy, but not too much!!