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Gluten Free Oats


We believe that everyone has the right to a delicious, organic breakfast, and going gluten free shouldn’t mean sacrificing flavor or quality. That’s why we’ve created the seemingly impossible – breakfast oats that are organic, non-GMO, and full of flavor. Even better, they’re gluten free! Intrigued? Read on.


What is a gluten free diet?

A gluten free diet avoids wheat, rye, barley, and triticale (a hybrid of wheat and rye). Gluten is a protein complex found in those grains that some people are allergic to or have trouble digesting. Living gluten free is a way of life for many people who either suffer from celiac disease or have a gluten intolerance or sensitivity. (Cooking for a celiac friend? Learn how to safely feed a celiac here)


Aren’t oats always gluten free?

Oats are not a gluten-containing grain, so why would we test them? Traditionally, wheat and barley (which both contain gluten) are grown next to oats in the field and the same equipment is used to process them. Because of the threat of cross contamination with gluten, oats should still be carefully considered.


How do you know the oats are gluten free?

To claim oats as “gluten free” in the US, oats must be tested and verified to be less than 20 ppm gluten content.  


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Are our Gluten Free Oats safe for people on a gluten free diet?

We would like to assure you that our gluten-free oats containing products are safe for any consumers who are celiac or sensitive to gluten. Our gluten-free oats suppliers conduct gluten testing per lot to ensure that the oats are in compliance with the government regulatory body requirements. In addition to our supplier testing, all gluten-free oats products are further sent to a third party accredited laboratory for verification to ensure that the products are below the gluten threshold.


Like all Nature’s Path gluten-free options, our Gluten Free Oat granola, bars, and hot oatmeal are nutritious and flavorful, made with a wide variety of ancient grains, seeds, and spices. Look for the Gluten Free Oats label to taste what you’ve been missing!