Change testing and production of gluten-free Cheerios to be safe for all.

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Christa Hansberry
5 years ago
Allergens should be honestly labeled, and companies need to make sure that if they label a product as free of a certain thing, it is actually free of that thing!

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Molli Varga
5 years ago
I have 2 boys with Celiac Disease and one ate GF Cheerios and got very sick and moody from it. The other got just moody with tantrums. Seco do isn't as sensitive. First son was sick for a few days because he ate two bowls the first morning. Box went in the garbage!

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Amanda Woolf
5 years ago
Because "gluten free" should mean "gluten free," not just "intentionally free of most gluten." There are people whose lives depend on a gluten-free diet, including myself.

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Lynae Johnson
5 years ago
I have celiac disease

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Heather Noon
5 years ago
I'm signing because I want to be able to trust the food labeled gluten free will not make me sick.

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Amanda Flanigan
5 years ago
I have celiac disease and want safe foods to eat!

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Alissa Richter
5 years ago
I am allergic to gluten. If this is how you are processing it then I can't have it.

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Kimberly Schadow
5 years ago
It's bad enough people with celiac have to completely disrupt their lives and be so extremely careful, watching what they take in. But when a big business has such complete disregard for their/our sickness with such total uncaring all so they can make money off of another group of people who they weren't reaching! This is appalling! GM needs to be held accountable and needs to educate themselves on this issue. And if they refuse to or can't develope some amount of caring and sensitivity to this growing population, then perhaps they shouldn't be allowed to make anything for the public to consume as their only focus is in making money. They have no thought or regard to the public's welfare.

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Bryan Holland
5 years ago
This ain't no good deal

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Susan Krupkowski
5 years ago
I tried both Honey Nut Cheerios and Multi Grain Cheerios (labeled GF) and none of them were GF. I don't have any device to test them, but my gut CLEARLY let me know that they contained gluten. Shame on General Mills and shame on Celiac.org for allowing their logo on the box. (I'm sure GM made a big donation to the organization.)