GFCO is committed to ensuring consumers receive accurate information concerning GFCO-certified products.

GFCO advises gluten-free consumers to exercise caution and contact GFCO before consuming or using any product with packaging that displays a questionable mark, or one that differs from the ones shown here (different font, proportions, portions removed, etc.).

This webpage is intended to keep consumers aware of important safety alerts regarding GFCO-certified products and products that are incorrectly bearing the GFCO logo. GFCO reserves the right to withdraw the certification of any company whose certified products appear on this page more than once.

The information on this page is current to the best of GFCO’s knowledge, but may not be an up-to-date list of all incidents that may occur in the marketplace. Again, if you have questions or concerns about a specific product, you should contact GFCO directly.

20 Sep 2022

9/20/2022

GFCO has become aware that packages of the 2Fer Chocolate Bar, manufactured by Go Max Go, are being sold in Canada bearing the GFCO certification mark even though the product contains wheat. This product is not certified by GFCO. This product contains gluten, despite the labeling, and should not be consumed by persons who are gluten-free.

20 Jul 2022

7/20/22

GFCO has been informed that Sweet Loren’s is voluntarily recalling one lot of their place-and-bake cookie dough, a GFCO-certified product, due to the potential presence of trace amounts of gluten. Please see the entire recall notice below:

Sweet Loren’s of New York, NY is voluntarily recalling a single lot code of Sweet Loren’s Sugar Cookie Dough 12oz, because it may contain traces of gluten in product labeled as gluten free. Only people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to gluten potentially run the risk of an allergic reaction if they consume these products. For all other people the product is safe to consume.

No illnesses have been reported to date.

This issue was identified through testing of the product in-house. The oat flour used was determined to have traces of gluten despite having documentation (COA) declaring it to be gluten free. Rest assured, we are no longer using that supplier and additional testing is set up for all future production to keep our customers safe.

No other Sweet Loren’s products are included in this recall and should be considered safe. No other lots of Sweet Loren’s Sugar Cookie Dough are included in this recall.

Sweet Loren’s Sugar Cookie Dough 12oz was distributed in FL, LA, MA, NY, NJ, SC, NC, OR, UT, IL, TX, GA, CA, CO, WA, IN, PA, MD, DC, TN, AL, MI, OH, DC, KY, AR, AK through retail grocery stores.

Consumers who have purchased Sweet Loren’s Sugar Cookie Dough 12oz Lot Code AF22 115, Best By Date 12/1/2022 are urged to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1(855) 496-0532 7 days a week 9am-10pm Eastern Time or email QA@sweetlorens.com

07 Jul 2022

July 7 2022

 

GFCO has become aware that Nogii brand protein bars are being sold online, bearing our original certification mark. These products have not been certified by GFCO since 2018, and any products currently for sale should be considered uncertified. If you have purchased any of these products carrying the GFCO certification mark, we would recommend returning them to the seller.

 

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