Yes, Rosarita refried beans are gluten-free. Because they are not certified gluten-free we cannot assign them a 10/10 confidence score.
GLUTEN FREE GUIDE
Grains That Contain Gluten
Wheat, barley, rye, triticale, bulgur, durum, graham, kamut, spelt, semolina, oats. (Note: oats do not intrinsically contain gluten but are often cross-contaminated through processing. Certified gluten-free oats are safe.)
The FDA defines “gluten-free” as less than 20 parts per million (PPM) of gluten, but the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) certifies products that contain half of that (10 PPM), for an added layer of safety. They ensure that manufacturers comply with their standard. The presence of this logo is the safest way of knowing that a product is gluten-free.
Marinades & Sauces
Ice Cream Cones
Other Gluten-Free Logos
Some companies will claim that a product has “zero gluten” or has “no gluten ingredients” but if it is not certified as gluten-free, it’s best to contact the company directly to clarify.
Reviewing the Ingredient List for Gluten
In the U.S., all companies are required by law to declare when a product contains wheat. Check the end of a product’s list of ingredients for “Contains: Wheat”. If it does not contain wheat, look for ingredients containing Rye, Barley, Malt, or Oats. (Note: oats do not intrinsically contain gluten but are often cross-contaminated through processing. Certified gluten-free oats are safe.)
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Facilities That Also Process Wheat
For any product not certified as gluten-free, check the label to see if it’s “made in a facility that also processes wheat” or “made on equipment shared with wheat products”. If it is, the risk of cross-contamination can be high, and those on a strict gluten-free diet should avoid these products. Read this post for more details.