Power Over Flour Gluten Free Market (Closed)

3.5 stars 3.5 out of 5 3 ratings
$Grocery Store

101 N Indian Hill Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711 Directions

(909) 626-9816
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    4 ratingOctober 01, 2012

    Somewhat limited selection but i have not had a bad experience. i pop in when i want some cookies or need something i can't find at vons. i'm not as sensitive as most but i do have other allergies (like peanuts) that Power Over Flour makes sure to label on all of their products. this is by far their best feature. fast. easy. love them!

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    5 ratingMay 08, 2012

    Decent amount of options and the girl working was very friendly and helpful. Pretty pricey but all gluten free is I guess.

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    1 ratingMarch 12, 2012

    We were in town this past weekend and decided to stop in to see what they had to offer. Our two-year-old daughter has Celiac, so we are very diligent about being gluten free. My wife found some Nature's Path Corn Puffs and asked the sales person about them because they were not labeled Gluten Free. She was told that all Nature's Path items were gluten free, made in dedicated facilities, they were a small company that can't afford the testing required to stamp on the GF label, and that she calls around to companies monthly to verify the status. When we got home we were reading the back of the label and found the italic print that said "This product is made in a plant that contains wheat." Hardly a dedicated facility (one). I went to the Nature's Path website and found many items that were certified gluten free (two), and on this items page there was a Q&A from January 2012 in which the company representative stated, "Unfortunately, though there aren't any gluten ingredients in this cereal (just corn), we can't guarantee that there isn't cross contamination with gluten. Therefore, if you're looking to avoid gluten as a personal diet choice, we'd say it's okay. But if you're sensitive to gluten or allergic to gluten in any way, I'd steer clear of this." (three). Keeping track that's three inconsistencies (I'd say lies, but let's not get semantic) in the salesperson's statements. She may have made a couple dollars in sales, and she may have BS'd her way into some short-lived good feelings about the establishment, but I won't give them my business again. My daughter's health is far too important.


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