Hormel Chili with Beans
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What You Should Know
As of the most recent test, performed on September 6, 2019:
- This product was labeled Gluten Free
- It was not certified Gluten Free
- Because it is labeled gluten free, by law this product should contain less than 20 PPM of gluten
Based on the combined results of all tests, as of September 6, 2019:
- This product appears to be gluten free at less than 3 PPM of gluten, and in accordance with its labeling
- Notice: This test is for Hormel Chili that includes the label "with Beans". Hormel makes a number of other Chili variations, some of which are NOT gluten free! The labels for some of these products are very similar in appearance and could be easily mistaken for one another. One more reason you should always check labels!
- One GlutenTox Sticks Plus test has been performed. That test indicated the product contained less than 3 PPM of gluten.
- Indications are that this product contains significantly less than the 20 PPM maximum gluten threshold that its labeling requires. It is also well within the FDA's specifications for gluten-free-labeled food products.
- Manufacturers can change product ingredients without warning! Always check labels, including ingredient and allergy labeling! Don't assume that the information presented for a product on IITGF is always up-to-date!
- Never assume that simply because it was gluten free the last time you checked, nothing has changed!
- When purchasing food products make certain that you choose the correct one! Sometimes products will have different variations or flavors, and in some cases the packaging and/or labels can look very similar. Sometimes a gluten-free product will have a label similar to a gluten-containing product. This is one more reason to always check labels before buying!
- The information presented here should be used for general guidance only, in combination with other gluten avoidance methods (such as reading labels)!
- Simply because a test yields a particular result on IITGF does not necessarily mean that every instance of that product will be the same! Product ingredients and proportions can vary slightly from one package to another.