This is a list of gluten-free brands that should be avoided because you cannot rely on the brand alone as a guide to eating gluten-free.
Some gluten-free brands cannot be trusted. While they boldly proclaim their gluten-free products, they have others that contain wheat with similar packaging and labeling. This is very confusing if you tend to rely on a brand based from previous experience. I talk about this in the article Gluten Free Brands that Can’t Be Trusted.
It is important that reliably gluten-free brands be supported, and that the rest either learn to become trustworthy quickly, or disappear from the market. While some people may be going gluten-free because it is a fad, I think the majority are in it for live due to celiac disease or a gluten allergy. We can’t afford to make compromises.
I’m starting a list of gluten-free brands that cannot be trusted. I will add more as I come across them. Please leave a comment with brands you find our unreliable, and I will add them to the list. Remember to include in which country they are available.
- MI-DEL (Canada)
- Sweets of the earth (Canada)