New gluten-free products from McCormick and Krusteaz: Celiac disease news

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Several brands have released new gluten-free products that may interest people who have celiac disease or gluten sensitivities. McCormick and Krusteaz have introduced items that they claim taste delicious and will make people forget they are eating food without gluten. Both brands state the new products will be available at most grocery stores and retailers soon.

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McCormick has created new gluten-free mixes, and they include the McCormick Gluten-Free Chili Seasoning Mix, McCormick Gluten-Free Taco Seasoning Mix, McCormick Gluten-Free Brown Gravy and McCormick Gluten-Free Turkey Gravy. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness has certified them as gluten-free, and they are considered safe for people with celiac disease. The packages are still red, but consumers will notice a green line that states gluten-free on the front. The new mixes do not have monosodium glutamate (MSG) and provide a blend of spices that can be used in multiple recipes.

Krusteaz has also created new products for its gluten-free line, and they include the Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancake Mix, Gluten Free Blueberry Muffin Mix, Gluten Free Honey Cornbread & Muffin Mix and Gluten Free Double Chocolate Brownie Mix. Each new item provides a half serving of whole grains without gluten while featuring a unique option. For example, the Gluten Free Blueberry Muffin Mix has an entire can of wild blueberries and the Gluten Free Honey Cornbread & Muffin Mix has real honey. Krusteaz is offering a guarantee on its products, so consumers can return them if they are not satisfied.

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Celiac disease treatment depends on following a strict diet without gluten, so brands that continue to produce new items are giving consumers more choices and helping them avoid the protein. It is important to note that some of the new products may contain milk, soy or other allergens, so it is still crucial to read the labels. It is recommended that consumers use the store locators on the brand websites to find local retailers.

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