Safeway’s “Gluten Free” Shelf Labels Could Use Some Work

We commend Safeway for making it easier for customers with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity to find products that they can eat on the store shelves. However, it’s probably not such a good idea to just go around printing any old shelf tags on the “Gluten Free” paper once you run out of other paper.

While there are many gluten-free varieties of Chex, Wheat Chex are not one of them.

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  1. IrishLad118 says:

    To be fair, most Chex cereals are gluten free. They don’t get a free pass, but I could see how a careless (or tired night shift) employee might make this mistake.