Gluten?

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May 9th, '08, 11:21
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Gluten?

by auggy » May 9th, '08, 11:21

My mom has celiac so she can't have anything with gluten so I wanted to check before I shared some of my Adagio tea goodies with her. Do any of Adagio's teas have gluten? The particular concern is with anything that has natural flavoring. I thought I read somewhere that all the teas were gluten free, but now I can't find it again.

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May 9th, '08, 13:55
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by ThinkingOutLoud » May 9th, '08, 13:55

Hey auggy! My son is celiac, too. I don't give him any of the flavored teas, as they use the same machine to mix all the teas and, even though they clean it between batches, they can't guarantee there's no cross contamination. For instance, are the new chocolate chips in the chocolate chip tea gluten free? Who knows .... So, I stick to giving him only the plain teas: english breakfast, dragonwell, silver needle, etc. You get the drift. I'm no expert, for sure, but that's my take on it after some correspondence with Adagio. Good luck!

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May 9th, '08, 14:25
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by auggy » May 9th, '08, 14:25

Awesome! Thanks for the info! I will make sure not to share the flavored with her, just in case.

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