|2005N-0279||Food Labeling; Gluten-Free Labeling of Foods; Public Meeting|
|FDA Comment Number :||EC111|
|Submitter :||Mrs. Kathi Self||Date & Time:||08/19/2005 09:08:28|
|Organization :||Mrs. Kathi Self|
|Category :||Food Industry|
| 1. Gluten-Free on a food label should means, no ingredients that contains gluten or could come in contact of gluten while processing. Then I would not have to spend so much time reading EVERY LABEL INGREDIENTS AND THEN HOPE THEY DO NOT MAKE ME SICK.
2. Foods should be identified by the label stating it is gluten free. We should not have to read all the ingredients on every can every time. It takes me forever to shop now.
3. ALL food items should be labled whether or not it is gluten free.
4. EVERYTIME, I would always pick the item to buy that says it is gluten free over an item that has the same ingredients. Because I do not trust the company that didn't say it was gluten free. Because I would not feel that they had checked out their ingredients.