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Morrisons Free From Gluten Free Pure Oats £1.20, reduced from £3.50
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Morrisons Free From Gluten Free Pure Oats £1.20, reduced from £3.50

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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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Oats are gluten free, though there is the possibility of cross contamination.
compadre21/11/2019 14:57

Oats are gluten free, though there is the possibility of cross …Oats are gluten free, though there is the possibility of cross contamination.


Hence the need for gluten free products.
Good if you can get them! our 2 local Morri's are totally wiped out of all the GF products currently on offer. Most Morrisons GF own brand products are at least half price, think the porridge has the biggest reduction though.
Yes h
Broc_Mudflap21/11/2019 15:10

Hence the need for gluten free products.


Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were cross contaminated with a few grains of the gluten laden wheat seeds rusks or whatever.. etc.. It wouldn't be enough to kill or have any affect whatsoever. Its labeled gluten free so it's grown in a field far away from any gluten containing crops, so the wind can't blow anything to the oat growing field.. and it's also been transported separately then packaged in a different factory so they can call it gluten-free, but make no mistake.. this is pure coincidence/blessing for the shop, so they can charge a premium. all oats are gluten free.
Edited by: "Alexcolvill" 21st Nov 2019
Alexcolvill21/11/2019 15:31

Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were …Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were cross contaminated with a few grains of the gluten laden wheat seeds rusks or whatever.. etc.. It wouldn't be enough to kill or have any affect whatsoever. Its labeled gluten free so it's grown in a field far away from any gluten containing crops, so the wind can't blow anything to the oat growing field.. and it's also been transported separately then packaged in a different factory so they can call it gluten-free, but make no mistake.. this is pure coincidence/blessing for the shop, so they can charge a premium. all oats are gluten free.


I'll just quote this, it's straight from coeliac.org

Oats contain avenin, which is a protein similar to gluten. Research has shown that most people with coeliac disease can tolerate gluten free oats with no problems. The issue is that sometimes oats are produced in the same place as wheat, barley and rye, and then become contaminated with these other grains.

Yes these foods can be expensive, and often a rip off, but people with actual allergies/in tolerances etc (not people pretending to suffer for the sake of attention), cannot afford to take risks.
Alexcolvill21/11/2019 15:31

Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were …Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were cross contaminated with a few grains of the gluten laden wheat seeds rusks or whatever.. etc.. It wouldn't be enough to kill or have any affect whatsoever. Its labeled gluten free so it's grown in a field far away from any gluten containing crops, so the wind can't blow anything to the oat growing field.. and it's also been transported separately then packaged in a different factory so they can call it gluten-free, but make no mistake.. this is pure coincidence/blessing for the shop, so they can charge a premium. all oats are gluten free.


It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free ketchup.

I'm on a gluten free diet, but I'll only pay the extortionate prices, if it's a product that is naturally full of gluten. At the same time though, if somebody has a more serious problem or even an allergy, then the price is unavoidable.
Pualle21/11/2019 16:05

It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free …It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free ketchup.I'm on a gluten free diet, but I'll only pay the extortionate prices, if it's a product that is naturally full of gluten. At the same time though, if somebody has a more serious problem or even an allergy, then the price is unavoidable.


Ketchup and corn flakes, while the main ingredients aren't wheat, they often have barley in, which coeliacs have to stay away from
Pualle21/11/2019 16:05

It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free …It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free ketchup.I'm on a gluten free diet, but I'll only pay the extortionate prices, if it's a product that is naturally full of gluten. At the same time though, if somebody has a more serious problem or even an allergy, then the price is unavoidable.



no doubt there is some profiteering but you didn't pick the best examples as nearly all brands of cornflakes are coated in barley malt extract which contains gluten.
Even at the minute level it is, i still get an upset stomach with one bowl of those a day which i used to eat when they first started adding it with out any notice on the packs years ago
Took weeks of very bad indigestion every day and a couple of doctors visits before i realised what was happening.
Alexcolvill21/11/2019 15:31

Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were …Yes h Yes but there's the con. Even if someone was celiac.. And oats were cross contaminated with a few grains of the gluten laden wheat seeds rusks or whatever.. etc.. It wouldn't be enough to kill or have any affect whatsoever. Its labeled gluten free so it's grown in a field far away from any gluten containing crops, so the wind can't blow anything to the oat growing field.. and it's also been transported separately then packaged in a different factory so they can call it gluten-free, but make no mistake.. this is pure coincidence/blessing for the shop, so they can charge a premium. all oats are gluten free.


Oh dear, if you are British, the correct spelling is 'Coeliac'. As you are not familiar with the spelling of this disease I am assuming you have no understanding of how chronic an effect it has on a life?
Pualle21/11/2019 16:05

It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free …It is a bit of a con. It's like wheat free corn flakes and dairy free ketchup.I'm on a gluten free diet, but I'll only pay the extortionate prices, if it's a product that is naturally full of gluten. At the same time though, if somebody has a more serious problem or even an allergy, then the price is unavoidable.


Cornflakes have malt flavouring...which u cant have on a gluten free diet
I have been in to 2 different Morrison’s on 2 occasions each. And had 2 deliveries. All of them had empty shelves of the gluten free offers and failed to deliver via my internet shop. None of the staff could update me as to when the offers ended. I’ve begun to think these offers are “ true good to be true”
gadget6821/11/2019 15:19

Good if you can get them! our 2 local Morri's are totally wiped out of all …Good if you can get them! our 2 local Morri's are totally wiped out of all the GF products currently on offer. Most Morrisons GF own brand products are at least half price, think the porridge has the biggest reduction though.


My local Morrison’s has been out of GF granola for what feels like an eternity (or more accurately like 6 weeks)!
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