10 foods and drinks you didn’t know contain gluten

Traditional soy sauce often contains wheat. Opt for gluten-free soy sauce or tamari.

Soy Sauce:

Some processed meats, such as sausages and deli meats, might contain gluten as fillers or binders.

Processed Meats:

Some salad dressings may use wheat-based thickeners. Check for gluten-free options.

Salad Dressings:

In restaurants, fries might be coated with flour or cooked in shared fryers with gluten-containing items.

French Fries:

Cross-contamination is possible in deli sections, so be cautious with sliced meats and cheeses.

Deli-Style Meats and Cheeses:

Most traditional beers are brewed with barley and contain gluten. Look for gluten-free beer options.

Certain Beers:

Some liqueurs, such as those containing malt flavoring, may contain gluten.

Certain Liqueurs:

Check labels on dairy alternatives like non-dairy creamers, as they may contain gluten-based thickeners.

Some Dairy Alternatives:

Products like malted milkshakes or malted hot drinks contain gluten.

Malted Milk:

Some candies and chocolates may have gluten-containing ingredients or be produced in facilities that process gluten.

Candy and Chocolates:

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