Friday, September 02, 2011

Miss Roben's Products - removed

We're sad to see it go, but has gone out of business. Thus the removal of these products from the list.  These products may be returned to the list in future though..

Since these products/brand is now owned by an unknown quanity/company, these products will need to be re-evaluated for their safety. 

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Amy's Kitchen products - Removed

We've removed all Amy's products from our corn-free list. They needed to be re-evaluated anyway, but this posting on our Facebook page in response to an inquiry about corn in their products pushed my hand to remove all their products.

"If Amy's Kitchen adds corn to a product or buys an ingredient that lists corn as a component, it will be shown on our ingredient statement. We are aware that very small amounts of corn based ingredients are sometimes used in the manufacture of ingredients. In many of these instances, the FDA does not require that the corn component be labeled therefore we are not made aware of the corn use from our suppliers. If some corn ingredient was used somewhere in the processing of an ingredient and it was not labeled, it is because the use level is very low (considered incidental) and could have been removed during the manufacture of the ingredient. In these instances, we do not believe there is a dangerous level of protein or DNA from the corn as used in our product"

In other words, an ingredient can be processed using corn and Amy's will still label it "corn-free" because they can (legally it is allowed, even if it may not be safe for corn allergies). Amy's corn-free claims are not be trusted at this point, so use extreme caution with any of their products.

(Products may be allowed back onto the list, but only if they pass human-testing first.)

Annie's Mac & Cheese - not entirely corn-free.

Most Annie's products have been consistently proven to be problematic for those with sensitive corn allergies, and we've had several posts about their seemingly safe looking products being removed from our lists.

Their Mac & Cheese was officially removed a while ago, though it doesn't seem like we made a post about it.  The Mac & Cheese looks good on the label but did not pass our human testing sufficiently.

The annatto coloring agent is suspected but also those products without annatto have caused reactions. The cause of the reactions is unknown at this point but thought to be part of the cheese flavoring packet.

Those less sensitive may find they do well with the product now and then, but it is not recommended for those really sensitive to corn.

Our articles on other Annie's products:
Annie's Organic Ketchup - removed
Annie's Naturals - Salad Dressings
Annie's Homegrown bunnies - removed

There are a couple Annie's products still on the  list. Their plain pastas and their mustard. Please use extreme caution with any of their other products.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

BlueBonnet Vitamins & Suppliments

Inquiries into the Bluebonnet company and products as posted on Delphi Forums - Avoiding Corn, has made this company one of our favorites. Keep in mind that not all of their products are corn-free, but their willingness to give out accurate information for people with food allergies has us pretty impressed.

Capsules - made from pine/spruce
Vegetable Cellulose - made from pine/spruce
L-Glutamine - cassava
Calcium Magnesium - corn-free (check labels to make certain you have the right one)

Do be aware though at any of their products containing fructose, Vitamin C, powdered Vitamin D3, or vegetarian glucosamine will not be safe for a corn allergy. These ingredients are confirmed sourced from corn.

The BlueBonnet Calcium Magnesium 1:1 Ratio (pictured here) contains traces of rice. FYI.

Also, their multivitamins are not corn-free. "that all their vitamin C is derived from corn, the vitamin D3 from lanolin contains corn starch in the drying method from an oil to a powder, both of these ingredients are in all their multivitamins."

It's so good to deal with a company who gives you the straight forward truth about what is or isn't in their products. Even though many of their products may not be corn-free, it's nice to know they're honest and we can trust the replies we're given. Kudos BlueBonnet!

Organic Prairie Ground Turkey

A company response posted on our favorite forum - Delphi Forums - Avoiding Corn - states this product to be corn-free.

Organic Prairie's Ground Turkey Chub has no added ingredients to the ground turkey, and the packaging does not contain corn starch as well.

This product still needs testers, so let us know how you are doing with it.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Bellaphoria & Signature Minerals - Cosmetics Review

When going corn-free as a woman, one of the biggest hurdles is our personal look or style. Nothing really has more affect than being denied our facepaint.

Over the last few years, more and more new companies are starting to make good corn-free cosmetics thus making it easier for women with a corn allergy to move to corn-free cosmetics and still feel in "fashion".  Unfortunately most of these products are only sold online, so I thought a review of the products might help you make a decision on which is the best product for you.

I'll be covering two companies in this post.  Bellaphoria & Signature Minerals.

Both companies make pure mineral cosmetics. I managed to finagle some samples of both company's products… Signature Minerals will send you some samples for a small shipping fee. Bellaphoria no longer does samples, I just was lucky they had a few left from a trade show (I think that's what they said).  It is also lucky for them that they gave me the samples. I'm a hands-on type of customer especially with beauty products, so I like to know what I'm getting when I'm buying. Without their sample, I would not have given them a second look and would just have gone with Signature Minerals. (Yes, I am that kinda shopper.)

So you know, I'm a pale-skinned (unless I tan) white girl with dark hair and dark brown eyes. I'll try to be as accurate in my descriptions as possible, but I thought I'd let you know my "base" palette I was working with.

My former cosmetics are Zuzu Luxe - Gabriel sold at Health Food Stores and Whole Foods, which many now contain corn, thus my search for a new makeup. I may make color comparisons for those of you who have Zuzu Luxe sold near you if you wanted to "see" what these two companies colors might be close to.

Also keep in mind, if you're moving from mainstream cosmetics to these mineral makeups you'll have quite a transition period. These mineral makeups do not require as much makeup to make an impact. Start out using 1/3 of what you'd think you'll need on your brush, as these colors can be very intense.

Signature Minerals (SM): 0 Porcelain  ($14.95)
Bellaphoria: Platinum, Light, Medium ($24.95 each)

Coverage or application of both of these were good. Unfortunately the only shade I had from SM was way too light for my skin so I wasn't able to accurately judge how well it works as a foundation. Bellaphoria won me over with theirs though, as their light foundation matches my skin perfectly, and went on like a breeze.

SM's 0 is nearly exactly the same color as my Gabriel "Bone" eyeshadow. It's an off-white color, and pretty much looks like white eyeshadow on my skin. Bellaphoria's Platinum is essentially the same color, but has just a touch more beige/pink to it. If you're really really white, one of these shades may work for you.

Bellaphoria's Light foundation, I'd describe it as a Neutral Light Beige or Creamy Natural. It is almost exactly the same color as my Zuzu Luxe Dual Powder foundation in D-7 (which now contains corn derivatives). The Bellaphoria has just a touch more pink to it than the Zuzu Luxe, but that didn't show when I applied it.

Bellaphoria's Medium is a little darker, and would work perfectly for me if I had a good tan. It's still "light" though, and should work for those with medium complexions.

Signature Minerals: Gleeful  (10g size: $6.95)
Bellaphoria: (Mineral blushes) Citrus Glow, Pink Coral, Rustic Rose, Antique Rose, Luxberry, Mauviene  (10g sizes: $16.95 each)

I have to say I wasn't a big fan of any of Bellaphoria's blush colors, though I am wearing Rustic Rose today. It's possible I was just applying them wrong.  I did however like SM's Gleeful, and if you like shimmer in your blush you may want to look into using SM's Bordeaux eye shadow very lightly as a blush.

SM's Gleeful - This is a very nice med-dark mauve blush (it looks nothing like their website picture). I like my blush to "show" for a relatively dramatic but remotely natural look so it was perfect for me.  SM's Gleeful comparison to Bellaphoria - if Rustic Rose and Luxberry had a child, it'd be SM's Gleeful.

Bellaphoria - (none of these except possibly Rustic Rose looked right on my skin, most looked surreal, but your mileage may vary. These are very strong/bright pigments.)

Citrus Glow - This is an orange based brown. On the website it looks a little bit like a creamy orange/beige or almost like a foundation color. It is not. Trust me. It actually reminds me a bit of a med-light terra-cotta clay. 

Pink Coral - This is a very bright light baby pink. When I put it on, I thought it might look good on very light skinned blondes. I however tried it out as an eye shadow and liked it much better as it added just an extra spunk to my normal use of just lavender eye shadow.

Mauviene - This is a very bright pinkish/purple mauve. By itself, it looks rather pink, but compared to the Pink Coral, this is purple. I also preferred this one as an eye shadow.

Rustic Rose - This is pretty much spot on with it's name. It's a rose + rust color, and one that I may use when doing my face in a neutral brown palette. It looks a little odd when used on my cheeks with lavender or pink eye shadows. (If you use greens or blues as eye shadows this shade may work)

Luxberry - This is a purple mauve color and very dark. I just noticed that it looks similar to my Zuzu Luxe Haze blush but with just a touch more purple.  I also tried this out as an eyeshadow and liked it.

Antique Rose - Also well named, it looks like antiqued rose paint though maybe a little more brown based. It's a very earthy color of pink or rose.

I did not have any Bellaphoria eyeshadows, but from my experiences with their other products, I am relatively certain their eye shows are highly pigmented probably more so than the Signature Minerals.

Signature Minerals: Eyeshadow $5-$8  (Bellaphoria eyeshadows $11.95)

Bordeaux - This is a very shimmery rose pink. It's bright and beautiful. I actually loved it as a blush, but it works great on the eyes too. It is not a shade for the faint of heart as a eye shadow though. (I really wish I had this shade as a lipstick too.)

Eggplant Dk - This is a dirty purple and looks exactly like it does on their website. I'm not sure why it's called Eggplant because it looks nothing like eggplant. It is almost brown/grey though it's clearly a purple. It's a little hard to describe, but it's not a real purple.

Terre Dark - This is a dark warm brown color. It looks almost like milk chocolate. This is a great basic color brown if you're wanting to do a look with neutral shades.

Black Liner - This is black. Just basic black black.

I played around with these nearly all day and didn't have any reaction. I will most likely be using a little of both of these companies, and will be trying out a couple different shades of Signature Minerals foundation to see if I can find one to suit me (the price of SM is much less for foundations).

Link to Bellaphoria's Website
Link to Signature Minerals' Website

If you have experience with either of these companies, please use the comments to tell us what you've ordered, your experience with it, and a description of what the color really looks like to help others. Thank you.

Bellaphoria has offered our readers a 20% off coupon!
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Monday, July 25, 2011

NOW foods -Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum Powder 6 OuncesA company response from NOW foods posted on our Facebook group verifies that this xanthan gum isn't safe for corn allergies. Use caution.

While many companies do claim all the protein is removed during the processing this is not usually always true or at least many corn allergic persons do react to xanthan gum that is grown on corn. (Soy allergies may also want to avoid this product.)

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips

Enjoy Life Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips -- 10 oz Each / Pack of 12The company claims these to be corn-free, but too many reactions have been reported.  This will be taken off the corn-free list on the next update.

Do use caution with this product.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Brown Cow Cream Top Yogurt - Plain

Brown Cow's Cream Top Yogurt (plain) is being removed from the corn-free list as it now contains pectin which may contain dextrose or other corny additives in it's production.

This may be added back to the list if it's proven again to be safe through human trials.

Until then use caution with all Brown Cow yogurt products.

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Corn-Free Bar Menu List

Last updated sometime in 2014.

This is not a guarantee of corn-free, but items that I in conjunction with others have investigated and tested. Since we all have different sensitivities, use this more as a guide and less as a bible. Some of these items I haven’t tried and have relied on other’s experiences, as some of these products are either not available in my area or I must avoid them for other reasons.  

Please comment if you do well or react to any of these items. Your help in keeping this list corn-free is very appreciated.

MC – Company/Manufacturer confirms or claims product to be corn-free.
MC 10/06 – Date last confirmed with company.
? – Items thought to be corn-free. Successfully eaten by at least one person, but more confirmation is needed.
Untested – Company Confirmed corn-free, but no one has tested it to my knowledge.
Reported Reactions – Reactions have been reported, but may or may not be corn related. Use with caution.
KFP = Kosher For Passover
GFCF = Gluten-Free/Casein-Free
GF = Gluten-free (Gluten status is not always up-to-date on this list. Please check the gluten-free version of this list for more up-to-date gluten-free & corn-free products)

Abita Beers (all regular brews like Amber & Turbodog) - fruity additions may contain corn derivatives MC 6/10
Amstel Light
Anchor Brewing - MC 8/09
Ayinger Oktoberfest
Brooklyn Brewery ?
Full Sail (except Big Daddy Jay's malt liquor) - MC 5/09
Great Lakes Brewing Company (all) - MC 5/09
Gordon Biersch ?
High Desert Brewing ?
Kona Brewing - MC 5/09
Lakefront Brewery - Beers (all) - also free of rice, except New Grist Beer for Celiacs
Lindemans Framboise ? (all flavors) product of Belgium.
Live Oak - MC 5/09
Orlando Brewing ?
Otter Creek Oktoberfest
Michelob (except Ultra) - MC 5/09
Murphy's - MC 5/09
Pyramid Brewing ?
Rogue Brewing ?
Sam Adams - MC 5/09
Saint Arnolds - MC 5/09
St. Pauli Girl ?
Socorro Springs ?
Spaten ?
Summit Brewing - MC 5/09
Troegs ?
Widmer (except Collaborator) - MC 5/09

Hard Liquor:
Monopolowa Dry Gin ?

Vodka – (great to make your own vanilla with vanilla beans)
Blue Ice Potato Vodka GF (untested corn-free status)
Chopin Vodka - potato GF
Luksusowa Triple Distilled Vodka (potato) from Poland GF
Monopolowa Vodka (potato) from Austria
Teton Glacier Potato Vodka GF (untested corn-free status)
Vikingfjord vodka (potato)

Pure Rum ?
Oronoco Rum
Pure Tequila ?

German Wines (red & white)
KFP Wines (should also be GF)


Placencia Organica Nesticos (cigar) ?


Absolute Vodka 40% plain - (multiple reactions reported)
Smirnoff Vodka (now made from corn)
Magic Hat - all nationally distributed varieties contain corn.
Stella Artois (reported reactions)
Heineken (tons of reactions)

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Corn-Free & Gluten-free List - information

Our Corn-Free & Gluten-free List can be found in the following Google Document link. This is updated on and off and may be more current than this post shows as a new post is not made every time the list is updated. It was last updated last week, and will be periodically updated as needed.

Corn-Free and Gluten-Free List [LINK to Google Docs]

Note that I am now keeping track of products that have been removed either due to multiple corn reactions being reported or company ingredient change verifications by adding an x before the name of a product and using the strike out writing feature. I'll try to remember to put a note about why it's been removed.

Also, just a reminder that this list is intended only to be used as a guideline. There may be many more products out there that are corn free. If you know of some, let us know! When they are confirmed by trial and/or company confirmation they'll go on the list. Also, ingredients change quickly. Although the list is kept current to the best of my ability, I can't possibly keep up with potential ingredient or supplier changes. So always double check ingredients before using a product. If there is a product listed in error, or something has changed, let me know so I can update the list. Thanks!!!

(Please contact Violets for any problems or additions to this list. Thank you.)

Friday, June 24, 2011

Corn-Free Foods & Products List - Slightly Updated again

This edition of the List is now expired.  Please check the homepage side bar for the new more current listing. Thank you! 

Corn-Free Foods & Products List –  This is not 100% current. I've done some updating and added a few things, removed a few things. This is still a work in progress as I'm trying to catch up the list from the 2007 version.
This is not a guarantee of corn-free, but foods that I in conjunction with others have investigated and tested. Since we all have different sensitivities, use this more as a guide and less as a bible. Some of these foods I haven’t tried and have relied on other’s experiences, as some of these products are either not available in my area or I must avoid them for other reasons.
Read labels every time you buy a product, and be cautious. If anyone has had problems with anything listed here, please do let us know. (Thanks to Violets for her work in helping to create this list.)
Some items on the list have reported corn in them (mostly medications). These have been left on the list, with the source of corn noted on the side.  These are left on the list as they may be needed in an emergency, and an educated decision is best at these times. 
MC – Company/Manufacturer confirms or claims product to be corn-free.
MC 10/06 – Date last confirmed with company.
? – Items thought to be corn-free. Successfully eaten by at least one person, but more confirmation is needed.
Untested – Company Confirmed corn-free, but no one has tested it to my knowledge.
Reported Reactions – Reactions have been reported, but may or may not be corn related. Use with caution.
KFP = Kosher For Passover
GFCF = Gluten-Free/Casein-Free
GF = Gluten-free (Gluten status is not always up-to-date on this list. Please check the gluten-free version of this list for more up-to-date gluten-free & corn-free products)

Baby Food:
Alimentum (Ready To Feed) Baby Formula

Sprout Organic Baby Food - some varieties? (if contains citric, ascorbic, or acetic acids is not safe)

(see also cereals section for more possible options)
Baking Products: (basic ingredients for cooking/baking)
Arrowhead Mills Rice Flours (GFCF) (cross-contamination may be a problem)
Arrowhead Mills Spelt Flour – produced in same facility as corn products (pasta & popcorn)
Ancient Grains Quinoa Flour (GFCF)
Authentic Foods - Tapioca Flour ?
Bob's Red Mill GF flours - (GF) ? MC 6/11 (corn processed in facility, company states cross-contamination is low risk)
Ener-G Foods various flours ? GF
King Arthur Flour (All)
King Arthur Flour (unbleached)
Koda Farms – Mochiko Flour MC 1/07 GF (same as TJ’s sweet rice flour)
Kroger Naturally Preferred Unbleached Flour (human tested 2010)
Maskal Teff Flour (GF) ?
Miss Robens Flours – (read allergy label thoroughly)
NuWorld Amaranth Flour (GFCF)
Arrowroot Powder (GF)
Potato Starch (GF)
Tapioca Starch (GF)
Gluten replacements: Tapioca Flour (replace ¼=1/2 of the flour in recipe), Guar gum or ground psyllium seed husks (use same as Xanthan Gum in recipes)
Knox Unflavored Gelatin (GF)
Ko-jel gelatin (kosher for passover) – derived from fishbones. Carageenan is from seaweed.

Tapioca Pearls (various brands)
Cream of Tartar (use ½ tsp cream of tartar and ¼ tsp baking soda to replace 1 tsp of baking powder) GF (some are unsafe, use caution)
Featherweight Baking Powder (potato starch) GF
Baking Soda (various brands including Arm & Hammer) GF
Red Star active dry yeast - in packets only. (GF) MC 6/11 (grown on molasses)
King Arthur – Classic New England SourDough Starter MC 12/06
Ah-Laska unsweetened Organic Bakers Cocoa powder GF
Droste Cocoa from Holland (KFP)
Hershey’s unsweetened Cocoa powder GF
Enjoy Life foods – Chocolate Chips GF (reactions reported)
Kosher for Passover Chocolate Chips (KFP) – read labels.
Leiber’s KFP Real Chocolate Chips (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa)
Hershey’s unsweetened Baking Chocolate (reaction reported)
Scharfenberger Chocolate Bars (plain chocolate - check ingredients)
Boyajian’s Pure Citrus Oils (lime, lemon, orange, tangerine) GF
Vanilla – homemade: One Pint potato vodka with 2 vanilla beans – set for 4-6 weeks before use – Ground Vanilla Beans, Vanilla Sugar MC 8/06
Vanilla Beans - Ebay store: Vanilla Products USA
Vanilla Beans - Arizona Vanilla (ground & whole beans only)
Food Coloring: check for homemade recipes online.
Spectrum Shortening GF
Kosher for Passover Marshmallows – Elyon Kosher (generally available Jan – end of April)
C&H Pure Cane Sugar GF
C&H Pure Cane Baker’s Sugar (finer ground sugar) GF
C&H Brown Sugar GF
Dixie Crystals 100% Pure Cane Sugar
Domino Sugar
Domino Light Brown Sugar GF
Florida Crystals Organic Cane Sugar 14oz & #3 Containers. MC GF
Imperial Pure cane sugar
Imperial Brown sugar
Ms Roben's Powdered Sugar ?
Pioneer Sugar, Big Chief, Peninsular Sugar – Michigan Sugar Company – Beet Sugar
Beet Sugar
WalMart Great Value brand Confectioner’s Sugar ? (beet sugar & wheat starch) read labels
Dan Sukker Light & Dark Syrups (beet) ?
Grafshafter Goldsaft - Sugar Beet Syrup
Locally produced Honey (preferably from a farmer’s market where you can double check source. Some store bought honey contains corn syrup to lower costs, some bees are fed corn syrup in winter)
Imported Honey – some imported honey’s are safe, esp imports from non-corn growing countries.
Howland's Honey (Canadian) ?
Grandma’s Molasses GF ? (reactions reported.)
Pure Maple Syrup (make certain its 100% pure & not flavored with no defoamer)
Mother Nature’s Goodies – Pie Shells MC 11/06 909-795-6018 (untested) contains soy.
Wholly Wholesome Pie Shells
Baking Mixes:
Chebe Bread Mixes GF (possible cross-contamination problems)
Dr. Oetker – German Streusel, Organic Chocolate, Organic Marble Cake. Only. MC
Golden Potato Pancakes
Gluten-free Pantry – Danielle Chocolate Cake mix GF
Miss Roben’s bread, muffin, cake mixes. (check ingredients and read allergy labels carefully.  Many are safe but not all.)

Ceres Fruit Juices GF
Knudsen “Just” juices (check labels) MC 4/06 GF
365 Organic Apple Juice GF
Lakewood Organic Apple Juice GF
Martinelli’s Apple Juice – (read labels ones with added Vit C are not safe)
365 Organic Lemon juice (Whole Foods brand)
Minute Maid Lemon Juice Concentrate (frozen)- read labels
Santa Cruz Organic Lemon Juice MC 10/06
365 Organic Lime juice (Whole Foods brand)
Frutmost Blend Limeade (very strong, add sparkling water. In fridge section)
Santa Cruz Organic Lime Juice MC 10/06
Florida’s Natural OJ (pulp-free and others, unenriched varieties only.) MC 8/06 GF
Minute Maid Original Orange Juice (frozen)
Italian Volcano Organic Blood Orange Juice ? (imported from Italy)
Bernard Janson’s Black Cherry Concentrate (can flavor compounded meds) GF
Cascadian Farms Organic Grape Juice Concentrate (frozen) – check labels
Kedem KFP Grape Juice GF (contains sulfites)
Looza Mango MF 11/2010 (only this flavor - read labels)
Pom Pomegranate Juice GF
SunSweet Gold Label Prune Juice (not from concentrate) 64oz. ?
Beverage Mixes/Tea/Coffee:
St. Claire’s Hot Cocoa MC
Cocoa (see also baking section)
CafĂ© Cristina coffee MC 2008 (human tested 2010)
Green Mountain Coffee ?
Newman’s Own Organic French Roast ground coffee?
Swisswater process Decaf coffees?
Lipton Loose Tea MC 11/06
Kalahari Reserve Rooibos Tea, regular and chamomile
Messmer Herbal Teas (Germany) ? -tea in bags.
PG Tips –
Stash Teas – Plain teas ie: English Breakfast, Irish Breakfast, Peppermint, Chamomile, Fusion Green & White, Fusion Red & White, Green Tea, etc.  Also Chai Spice, Green Chai, and Lemon Spice.  MC 3/07
Tetley’s Green Tea
Traditional Medicinals Ginger Aid

Prepared Beverages/Sodas:
Cha Dao bottled teas ?

Ginger People – Ginger Soother MC 4/07 (natural flavor is only ginger solids)

GTS Kombucha (all)
Synergy Kombucha (all)

Maine Root sodas - all?
Reed’s Premium Ginger Brew

Bottled Water/Sparking Water: (avoid Desani & Biota, and any with mineral additives - also watch for corn-based/biodegradable plastics.)
Canada Dry Sparkling water GF
Crystal Springs - Blue Ridge GA source.
Faygo Sparkling water GF
Gerolsteiner Naturally Sparkling Mineral Water
Iceland Glacier Water
Poland Springs - Maine sourced.
San Pellegrino Sparkling Water
Voss (Sparkling & Still) GF
Whole Foods 365 Spring Water
Various labels - bottled by CG Roxane (read labels)

Breads: (soft – look for Crispbreads in Crackers Section)
Alvarado St. Bakery – buns, bagels, breads.
Cybros Rice Breads  GF
French Meadow Bread (all products) – including bagels and pizza crusts MC - reaction reported.
Pita Bread – some, but rare to find. Check ingredients. Avoid ascorbic acid and dough conditioners.
Candy/Bars/Dried Fruit/Nuts:
Dryden & Palmer Rock Candy – White Rock Candy (sticks may have cross-contamination. Colored do have corn.) MC 8/06
Giambri's Peppermint Candy Canes MC 12/2010
Ginger People candied ginger GF
GoNaturally Organic Hard Candies ? Lemon tested. (possibly safe lemon, honey, and ginger flavors)
Panda Original Licorice
Reeds candied ginger
St. Claire Candies – all varieties GF
Yummy Earth Organic Lollipops & Drops – Recent Product changes, reactions reported. Use caution.
B-Fresh Gum MC 2010
Elite KFP Bazooka Gum (imported from Israel, KFP only) kitniot-free.

Dagoba Chocolates MC 12/06 GF (reaction reported)
Lindt Excellence 70% or 85% Dark Chocolate MC GF
Scharfenberger Chocolate Bars (plain bars, read ingredients)
Made In Nature unsulfured dried fruit GF
OceanSpray Craisins in 6oz packages ?
Kroger’s unsweetened coconut 1-800-632-6900
Trader Joe’s unsulfured dried fruit (cranberries, mango, pineapple, etc) GF

Mariani Dried Cherries MC 7/07
Eden Dried Cherries

Newman’s Own Organic Prunes

Newman’s Own Organic Raisins ?
Whole Kids organic unsulfured raisins?
La Serena Roasted Chestnuts ? GF
Walgreen's Select Premium Mixed Nuts ? (regular & lightly salted - sea salt)
Canned Goods: (see also soups/broths)
Eden Foods – Rice and Beans (all varieties) GF
Harris Teeter (HT) Naturals Refried Beans ?
Natural Value Canned Beans GF
Natural Value Refried Beans (black or pinto) GF
Trader Joe’s Organic Pinto, Black, Kidney beans. ?  GF
Trader Joe's Fully Cooked Brown Rice & Wild Rice MC 5/07 (shelf-stable, not an actual can) 
Eden Organic Apple Sauce (unflavored) ? GF
Full Circle Organic Applesauce (apples, sugar)
HEB - Central Market Organics unsweetened applesauce (just apple) - jars & lunch packs.
Musselman’s Organic Applesauce (apples, cane syrup, salt)? Trader Joe’s Applesauce (ingredients: just apples or apples & water)
Del Monte canned fruits - fruit, sugar, water only - if contains anything else its unsafe.
Canned fruits in juice. – Read labels and use extreme caution.

Cento canned tomato - check labels, do not use if citric acid listed.
Central Market (Texas HEB) Organics Whole Tomato ? (tomato, basil, check labels)
Eden Organic tomatoes GF (check labels)
Dellalo San Marzano Whole Tomatoes (tomato, basil) ?
Italian imported San Marzano DOP Whole Tomatoes (check labels do not use if citric acid is listed)
Racconto Bella Terra Tomatoes ? (read labels)
Del Monte Organic tomato paste MC 10/06 (citric acid is corn-based & labeled if used)
Contadina tomato paste (plain) GF
S&W Tomato Paste ? (Organic & Regular)
Whole Foods 365 tomato paste
Alesse Marinara sauce? (smooth & chunky)
Amy’s Kitchen Family Marinara
Lucini Pasta Sauces ? (check labels)
Silver Palate Sauces ? (check labels)
Del Monte – Canned Veg. (Salt not iodized. Labels reading: veg, salt, water. –will be corn-free) MC 8/06
Del Monte No-Salt green beans GF
Del Monte Beets?
Rocal vacuum packed beets MC
Full Circle Peas
Kroger No-Salt added canned vegetables GF
Publix Greenwise canned vegetables GF
Divina Olive and Roasted Peppers
Divina Katamala olives GF
Lapas Organic olives GF
Santa Barbara Olive Company – Jumbo Black olives GF
Tassos Stuffed Pimiento Green Olives in Sea Salt Brine (vinegar-free) GF
Tassos Olives GF
Libby’s Pumpkin – canned. (not pie mix, just pumpkin) GF
ShariAnn’s Pumpkin Puree GF
Trader Joe’s Pumpkin – canned. GF

Frank's Kraut ? (added 6/11)
It's Alive! Dill Sauerkraut ? (probiotic food)
Real Pickles Naturally Fermented & Dill ?
Cereals: (see also Grains)
Barbara’s Brown Rice Crisp Cereal – MC 2005 GF
Barbara’s Shredded Wheat
Erewhon Crispy Brown Rice GF 781-444-0440
Erewhon Raisin Bran
Erewhon Twice Rice
Fred Meyer - Private Selection Organic Raisin Bran MC 11/07 untested
Go Raw Granola Cereal ?
Kashi 7 Grain Puffs MC 8/06
Kashi Cinnamon Harvest ?
Kellogg’s Organic Rice Crispies MC 8/06 (reactions reported)
Nature’s Path Crispy Rice GF
Nature’s Path Heritage Bite Cereal
Nature’s Path Pomegranate Plus Cereal ?
New Morning Oatios
Nu-World Foods Amaranth Cereal Snaps – Cinnamon and Regular GFCF
Nu-World Foods Amaranth O’s
Perky’s Nutty Rice
Post Original Bite-Size Shredded Wheat MC 12/06 (no info on cross-contamination)
Bob's Red Mill GF Rolled Oats - ? MC 6/11 (facility contains corn, company states cross-contamination is low risk)
Quaker Oats – Quick and Old-Fashioned 1-800-234-6281 (not GF) - reactions reported.
Safeway’s Rolled Oats?
Aldi’s Store brand Rolled Oats?
John MMCann’s Irish Oatmeal – steel cut oats (in metal can)
Ancient Harvest – Quinoa Flakes GF (can substitute for corn meal)
Arrowhead Mills Rice & Shine GF (can substitute for corn meal)
Healthy Times Rice Cereal (For Babies) GF
Lundberg Cream of Rice GF
Matzo Meal (can substitute for corn meal)
Mother’s Oat Bran Creamy Cereal
Poconos Cream of Buckwheat GF
Quaker Oat Bran Hot Cereal (not safe for gluten-intolerant)
Chips & Crackers:
Lundberg Rice Cakes – 3/07 Plain preferred. Read labels. Processed on same equip. as corn. Reactions reported.
Mother’s Plain Rice Cakes GF
Quaker Plain No-Salt added Rice Cakes
Suzie's Kamut Puffed Cakes ?  agave sweetened
Barbara’s Potato Chips (read labels) MC 11/06
Better Made Potato Chips (plain) ?
Cheecha Krackles GF
Kettle brand Chips unsalted & lightly salted varieties. MC 6/07
Eden Brown Rice Chips ?
Eden Sea Vegetable Chips ?
Quinoa Krunchies – GF
Michael Seasons Reduced Fat and Rippled (plain) ?
Mitchum ½ pounder Potato Chips Original Style, Extra Crispy (Family Dollar) ?
Shearer’s Potato Chips (unflavored) ?
Shoestring Potato Sticks (Cracker Barrel) GF – reaction reported.
Stix brand Veggie Stix GF
Utz Potato Chips (plain)

Barbara’s Brown Rice Crisps
Barbara’s Wheatines (both plain and black pepper) – reactions reported.
Edward & Sons Brown Rice Snaps GFCF
Deli Catessen Stoned Wheat Crackers
Kavli  – All Varieties
Krisprolls – Swedish Toasts by Pagen MC 11/06 (all varieties)
Late July Classic Rich Crackers MC 1/07 (enzyme – wheat)
Late July Peanut Sandwich Crackers (mini & regular)
Matzoh – Kosher for Passover – read labels. (Ingredients should read: wheat/matzoh flour and water only)
Manischewitz Matzohs (crackers)
Nu-World Amaranth Snackers  GF (torula yeast from cane sugar)
Olde Cape Cod Saltines & Oyster Crackers ?
Olde Cape Cod "Hearty Squares Crispy Crackers" ?
Sakata Rice Crackers -  (possible cross-contamination. Read pkg ingredients.)
Suzie’s Organic Crackers (check labels)
Trader Joe’s Woven Wheats (bite size) MC 8/06 (Vit E is soy)
Triscuit Crackers (thins as well) - plain only (wheat, oil, salt)
Whole Foods Woven Wheats

Sea's Gift Korean Seaweed Snack - Roasted & Salted ? (contains canola) (added 6/11)

Condiments & Misc. Foods:
Cripple Creek Barbeque MC 12/2010 all products. (untested)
Heinz Organic Ketchup MC 10/07 (vinegar sourced from rye & corn. Sensitive Allergy should not use.)
Green Mountain Gringo Salsa ?
Frontera Salsa – (read labels)
505 Organic Salsa ?
505 Green Chile Sauce Organic ?
Annie's Organic Honey Mustard ? (added 6/11 - uses apple cider vinegar)
Delouis Organic Mayonnaise (France import – vinegar from wheat) MC 11/06
Eden Organic Mustards - yellow or stone ground - (added 6/11 - uses apple cider vinegar)
Vegenaise (refrigerated section) GF (egg-free)
365 (Whole Foods) Dijon Mustard ? (check ingredients)
Delouis Organic Whole Grain Mustard (France import)
Orphee Mustards GF
Bragg’s Liquid Aminos
Kikkoman Soy Sauce – regular not low salt (read labels)
Trader Joe’s Alcohol-Free Soy Sauce

Andre Prost – Original Swedish Ginger Snaps (Pepparkakor)
Carr’s Biscuits for Tea
Jules Destrooper – Almond Thins or Butter Crisps ? (Belgium)
Nana’s Gluten-Free Cookie Bars and Cookies. GF
Shady Maple Farms – Organic Stroopwafels (waffle cookies) MC 10/06
Barry’s Bakery Pastry Twists (Original & Raspberry) MC
Dairy Products or Equivalent: (see non-dairy options in following section)

Cabot Salted and Unsalted Butters MC
Delita Parmigiano-Reggiano Butter ?
Horizon Organic Salted Butter
KerryGold – Irish Butter (grass-fed cow) -untested
Organic Valley Butter (salted) GF
Purity Farms Ghee (clarified butter) GF
Trader Joe’s Unsalted Butter GF

Horizon Cream Cheese

Boar’s Head – White American Cheese – MC 9/06 (white only – in deli)
Buffalo Fresh Mozzarella (Costco) ?
KerryGold – Asst. Varieties MC 1/07 grass-fed cow
Kirkland (Costco) Cheddar Cheese (contains annatto, possibly in corn alcohol) GF
Kirkland (Costco) Monterey Jack Cheese GF
Splendido Parmigiano Reggiano?
Safeway brand – Medium Cheddar cheese (west coast)
Sara Lee Cheese ?
Tillamook Cheese in 8 oz, 10 oz, and 1 lb sizes. (NOT 5lb, 2lb, or 2.5lb as these packages are dusted with corn starch, which is rinsed off but may contain residue or contamination) MC GF
Trader Joe’s Pepper Jack cheese

Brown Cow Unhomogenized “Cream Line” milk
Caldwell Farms Milk (unfortified, unenriched) ?
Harmony Organic (Canada) Milks MC 12/2010 All plain milks, possibly chocolate as well.
Harris Teeter – Naturals Organic Whole Milk (unenriched) ? (reactions reported – paper carton)
Organic Valley Whole Milk – unenriched MC GF 1-888-444-MILK (enriched versions have multiple reported reactions)
Organic Valley Milk powder MC
Kirkland (Costco) Signature Organic Milk MC 3/06 – no corn as Vit D carrier. – reported reaction by only person known to try it.
Kroger Naturally Preferred Whole Milk (without vitamins) MC 10/06 (carton is corn-free)
Promised Land Dairy – all white milks corn-free – MC GF
Publix Whole Milk MC
Stoneyfield Farms Organic Full-Fat (non-homogenized)
CF Burger – Half & Half ? GF (ingredients: cream & milk)
Clover Stornetta – Half & Half ? GF (ingredients: cream & milk)
Organic Valley Half & Half MC GF
Daisy Cottage Cheese 4% ?
Daisy Sour Cream (Full-fat)
Nancy’s Organic Sour Cream

Lifeway Organic Kefir - plain ?

Brown Cow Farm – Cream Top plain yogurt MC 8/06 (corn-fed cow)
Dannon Natural Plain Yogurt (Full fat) GF
FAGE Total Greek Yogurt GF (multiple reactions reported)
Nancy’s Yogurts (vanilla & vit C contain corn derivatives, read labels carefully)
StonyField Farms Organic - Oikos - plain only ?
Trader Joe’s Organic Lowfat Yogurt – plain only (grass-fed cow)

(Ice Cream listings see frozen section)

Sheep/Goat (& other non-cow):
Ewephoria (Dutch sheep cheese) ?
Friesago sheep cheese?
Don Juan Manchego sheep’s milk cheese?
Don Bernardo Manchego sheep’s milk cheese?
Kirkland (Costco) Pecorino Romano
Locatelli Pecorino from Italy?
MitiCrema sheep cheese? (in glass jar)
Murcia Curado – sheeps milk cheese? (mild flavor)
Splendido sheep’s milk cheese?
Valbreso French Feta?
Zerto Pecorino from Italy?

Old Chatham Sheepherding Co. plain yogurt ?
Woodstock Water Buffalo Yogurt ? (plain is safe, unsure on flavored)

(Ice Cream listings see frozen section)
  Non-Dairy Dairy:
Mother’s Margarine (Kosher for Passover only) GF Dairy-free - reaction reported
Willow Run Margarine – soy-based.
Road’s End Chreese (all varieties) MC
EdenBlend – rice/soy milk (unenriched) MC
Imagine Original Rice Dream (unenriched) MC (contains gluten)
Imagine Original Soy Dream (unenriched) MC GFCF
WestSoy Rice Milk (used to be Westbrae) unenriched only ??
WestSoy Original Plain (unenriched and unsweetened only)
Whole Foods – 365 Original Soy Milk?
Blue Mountain Country Coconut Milk (coconut and water)
Chaudoc Coconut Milk (coconut and sulfite)
Grace Coconut Milk (coconut milk, water)
Harris Teeter – Naturals Full-Fat Coconut Milk
Thai Kitchen Lite Organic Coconut Milk
Kame Lite Coconut Milk

Dips/Spreads: Jams, Jellies, Nut Butters, etc.
Jam/Jelly: (if contains pectin, may not be suitable for the highly sensitive)
Eden Organic Apple Butter - (added 6/11)
Eden Organic Apple Cherry Butter - (added 6/11)
Kime’s Apple Butter
Jill’s Jams & Jellies (Ingredients should read: fruit, cane sugar, apple-based pectin.) MC GF (read labels)
Sarabeth’s Preserves
Tap’n Apple – Apple Butter ?
Wax Orchards – (read labels)
Nut/Seed Butters:
Krema All-Natural Peanut Butter ?
Natural nut butters – check label (dry roasted nuts only ingredient)
Once Again – peanut butter, crunchy GF
Santa Cruz Peanut Butter ?
Trader Joe’s Almond Butter GF
Trader Joe's Peanut Butter (unsalted) ?
Trader Joe’s Sunflower Seed Butter GF
Trader Joe's Sunbutter (contains traces of soy)
Whole Foods 365 Organic Peanut Butter ?
Lin’s Farm (Israel) – Organic Honey & Halva Spread  ? (Kosher section)

Bean Spreads:
Trader Joe’s Freshly Made Original Hummus Dip ?

Eggs (any.  Some do better with organic or free-range.)
Born-Free Omega 3 Eggs
Publix Greenwise Organic Eggs
Trader Joe's Cage-Free Eggs
Produce: Fresh Fruits/Veggies  (prepackaged brands)
EuroFresh Tomatoes on the Vine MC 11/07 (all varieties)
Ocean Spray Cranberries MC 8/06
Frozen Foods: (for juices see beverage section)
Amy’s Kitchen Macaroni & Cheese MC
Amy’s Kitchen Lasagna 10 oz MC ?
Amy's Cheese Pizza MC
Bell and Evans Chicken Nuggets (blue box) ?
Imagine Vegetarian Pepperoni Pizza stuffed sandwich MC
Imagine Vegetable Pot Pie stuffed sandwich MC
Van’s Wheat-Free Waffles MC GF (regular size only)
LifeStream Frozen Waffles MC – FlaxPlus, HempPlus, SoyPlus, Optimum Power, Fig & Flax, Maple Cinnamon – flavors only.
Albertsons – fruits without sauce – check labels GF 1-877-932-7948
C&W fruits without sauce (Check labels) GF 1-800-CUT-CORN
Cascadian Farms – fruits without sauce MC GF 1-800-624-4123
Publix frozen Blueberries ?
Trader Joe’s frozen Wild Blueberries
Wyman’s frozen Blueberries and Raspberries GF 800-341-1758
Whole Foods – 365 Organic Frozen Fruits ?
Albertsons – vegetables without sauce – check labels GF 1-877-932-7948
Bird’s Eye – frozen vegetables (check label, citric acid labeled if used) GF
C&W veggies without sauce (Check labels) GF 1-800-CUT-CORN
Cascadian Farms – veggies without sauce MC GF 1-800-624-4123
Freshlike Frozen Spinach ? GF
Melissa’s Steamed – Ready to Eat Beets (fridge at TJ) GF 800-588-0151
Trader Joe’s Big Chunk vegetables (check labels) GF
Westpac frozen veggies GF
Ian’s Alphatots french fries GF (contain rice)
Ian's Sweet Potato Fries
Ben & Jerry’s Organic Ice Cream – read labels (untested)
Breyer’s Organic Ice Cream – ? Chocolate only (vanilla ingredient contains corn)
Horizon Organic Ice Cream -  ? Chocolate & Coffee flavors
Humbolt Creamery Organic Ice Creams – Butter Pecan, Mint Chip, and Chocolate.  MC 10/06 - Vanilla flavoring contains corn. Read labels.
LaLoo's Goat's Milk Ice Cream (Black Mission Fig is safe, possibly Strawberry Darling, Pumpkin Spice and Raspberry Frozen Yogurt, avoid Vanilla, Molasses Tipsycake, Lemon Chiffon, Brownie & Clyde)

Wholly Wholesome Apple Pie
Wholly Wholesome Cherry Pie
Wholly Wholesome Blueberry Pie
Grains & Dry Beans:
Ancient Grains – Quinoa GF
Oats – See Cereals
Farmer’s Select – Short Grain Brown Rice ? (also says Diamond G California on label)
Harris Teeter – Naturals Organic Basmati Rice ?
Harris Teeter – Naturals Organic Jasmine Rice ?
Lundberg Rices – All unseasoned are corn-free. (Read labels for GF)
Royal Basmati Rice?
Whole Foods – 365 brand Organic Rices?
Dried Beans – plain, unseasoned. Read labels.
Meats: (all meats should be considered to be plain/unflavored except for Processed Meats and where otherwise specified)
Some Local Suppliers: Check each for corn-free practices
Processed Meats/Deli:
Farmer’s Hickory – Uncured Bacon (no corn or soy in natural flavors, other ingredients, or packaging) MC 8/06
Wellshire Farms Uncured Bacon GF
Whole Foods – 365 Uncured Bacon GF
Applegate Farms Turkey Hot Dogs GF (Read Labels, lactic acid & sodium lactate derived from corn)
Hans All Natural Hotdogs GF
Shelton’s cooked uncured Chicken and Turkey Hotdogs GF
Shelton’s Sausage – all sausages corn-free. MC 8/06
Wellshire Farms NY Style Uncured Beef Franks?
Whole Ranch (Whole Foods) Beef Hot Dogs ?
Applegate Farms Oven Roasted Turkey Breast (pre-sliced, pre-packaged has corn) GF
Applegate Farms Cold Cuts from deli (prepackaged has corn) GF
Boar’s Head Deluxe Low Sodium Rare Roast Beef MC 11/06 GF
Boar’s Head Oven Roasted Low Sodium Turkey MC 11/06 GF
Boar’s Head Proscuitto GF
Beef/Red Meat:
Laura’s Lean Beef
Laura’s Lean Ground Beef (original square white container shipped direct from manufacturer)
Sommer’s Organic NY Strips MC 4/07 (grass-fed beef) – frozen section.
Sommer’s Organic 2lb Prime Rib (fully cooked and seasoned) MC 4/07 (grass-fed beef)
Buffalo Meat?

Aaron’s Kosher Chicken
Bell and Evan’s Chicken MC 11/06
Empire Kosher Poultry (includes turkey) MC 10/10
Henry's Marketplace Whole Turkey MC 11/10 packaging not confirmed. Whole Turkey MC 11/10
LilyDale Frozen Turkey ? (Canadian)
Trader Joe's Kosher Turkey MC 11/10
Applegate Farms Turkey Burgers ?
Shelton’s Turkey Burgers MC
Dr. Praeger’s Fish Sticks – potato crusted (frozen) GF
Dr. Praeger’s Fishies – potato crusted (frozen) GF
Natural Sea brand Salmon (canned)
Whole Foods smoked Salmon GF (aka lox in fridge)
Wild Catch Salmon (frozen) GF – check ingredients
Wild Oats – North American Wild Sea Scallops (wild only)
BumbleBee “Solid White Albacore” in Water (gold can) GF
Natural Sea – Light Chunk Tongol Tuna (no salt added) – tuna, water. GF
Starkist Low Sodium Tuna
Whole Foods – 365 brand Tuna in Water
Pasta: (avoid all enriched pastas)

Annie’s Homegrown Bulk Pastas MC 8/06
Bionature Organic Pasta - regular (reactions reported to whole wheat variety)
DaVinci Organic Pasta
Eden Foods – 100% Buckwheat Soba pasta MC 1/07 GF
Eden Foods – 100% Organic Rye Spirals MC 1/07
Mrs. Leepers – Rice Pasta  GF
NorQuin – Organic Quinoa Special Blend MC 1/07 GF (quinoa, brown rice) (untested)
Rising Moon Organics Garlic and Basil Gnocci ?
Tinkyada Rice Pastas (all) GF (reaction reported to the colored variety)
Trader Joe’s Organic Whole Wheat Pasta
Trader Joe’s Whole Wheat Couscous
VitaSpelt Pasta – all versions ?
Wegman's store brand Organic Pastas (penne, fettuccine, spaghetti) ?
Whole Foods – Whole Wheat Pasta

Road’s End Mac & Chreese (vegan) all varieties - MC
Oil & Vinegar – Cooking/Baking: (new section – please recommend brands)
Bertolli Olive Oil MC 1/07
Filippo Berio Olive Oil MC 1/07
Napa Valley Naturals Organic Safflower Oil (high heat)
Spectrum Canola Oil MC 1/07 GF
Spectrum Unrefined Coconut Oil
Spectrum Refined Safflower Oil (high heat)
Spectrum Palm Fruit Oil GF

Apple Cider Vinegar (not Heinz)
Bertolli White Wine Vinegar
Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar GF
Datu Puti Premium Cane Vinegar ? (Southeast Asia Food, Inc)
Kame Rice Wine Vinegar GF
Regina Vinegars MC 8/06
Soups, Broths, Gravy:
Amy’s Vegetable Barley Soup MC
Healthy Valley – No Salt Added Tomato Soup ? GF
Imagine Organic Creamy BroMColi Soup MC GF
Imagine Organic Creamy Butternut Squash Soup MC GF
Imagine Organic Creamy Potato Leek Soup MC GF
Imagine Organic Creamy Tomato Soup MC GF
Imagine Creamy Portabella Mushroom Soup MC GF
Trader Joe’s Ready-to-Eat Lentils with Vegetables ?  GF (import from Spain)
Trader Joe’s Ready-to-Eat White Beans with Vegetables ? GF (import from Spain)
Imagine Organic No-Chicken Broth MC GF
Imagine Organic Vegetable Broth MC GF
Imagine Organic Free-Range Chicken Broth MC GF
Pacific Foods Organic Free Range Chicken Broth MC 9/06 – reactions reported.
Road’s End gravy mixes  MC (see website)
Lewis Lab’s – Brewer’s Yeast (nutritional yeast) MC GF – grown on sugar beets.
Maine Coast –Kelp Granules (source of iodine)
MMCormick Spices – all corn-free except mixed spices or spice blends. MC GF
Various Brands (Check ingredients)
Redmond’s RealSalt Seasoned Salt MC 1/07 GF
Alessi Sea Salt ?
Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt
Morton’s Kosher Salt
Redmond’s Organic Sea Salt
Redmond’s RealSalt
Sea Salt (added iodine to salt has corn, read labels)
Whole Foods 365 Sea Salt
Personal Care:

Bare Escentuals – some products – eye & blush powders only (not mineral veil) Read Ingredients. Bismuth Oxychloride is a known irritant common in mineral powders. Skin reactions may occur due to this ingredient in sensitive skin, but is not corn-related.
Bellaphoria makeup
Coastal Classic Creations - Concealer only - (added 6/11)
Coastal Classic Creations - Eye Shadow/Liner only - (added 6/11)
Signature Minerals

Coastal Classic Creations - Eye Serum - (added 6/11)
Coastal Classic Creations - Seashell Oatmeal Facial Treatment - (added 6/11)

Deodorant Crystal
Lavilin Cream Deoderant ? (Israel)
Thai Crystal Mist Deodorant
Eye Care:
Nature's Tears EyeMist MC 10/07  (all company products are safe)

Contact Solutions:
Biotrue Multi-purpose Solution - Bauche & Lomb ? (added 6/11)

Hair Products:
Coastal Classic Creations - Safe Harbor Leave-in Hair Treatment - (added 6/11)
Heritage Products – Hypoallergenic Olive Oil Shampoo
Kenra Haircare – Intensive Emollient Treatment MC 1/07
Komenuka Bijin Hair Shampoo (regular) - ? rice based
Komenuka Bijin Hair Conditioner Treatment ? (vit E source unknown)
MOP – Modern Organic Products – Pear Shampoo MC 12/06 (safe for infants/toddlers)
Savonnerie Shampoo & Conditioner MC (reactions reported)
ShiKai Everyday Shampoo & Conditioner ? – check labels - may contain citric acid now.
Frontier brand - Pure Henna (green powder)
Hand & Body Soaps: (& Facial)

Aveeno Baby Soothing Relief Creamy Wash MC 11/06 (untested)
Blue House Soaps - Crunchy Mama Soap (only) –
BlueQ Get Real Soaps (lemon was tested) ?
Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser ? (company cannot confirm corn-free)
Coastal Classic Creations - Splash Facial Oat Flour Face Wash - (added 6/11)
Dakota Free Prairie Soap with Shea Butter MC 08/07  (all products except some bath crystals & scrubs)
JC Naturals soaps (& other products) MC 10/07
Kiss My Face Olive Oil Bar Soap  - plain only – watch labels, if citric acid is listed do not use.
Medimix (Ayuurvedic) soaps – found in Middle Eastern or Indian stores.
Neutrogena Unscented Hand Soap Bar ?
Thursday Tea Tree Soap
Dr. Bronner Liquid Castile Soap (contains citric acid not from corn)
Trader Joe’s Hand Soap (with GSE)
Savonnerie Soaps (all Savonnerie soaps are corn-free) MC 6/06 – reactions reported.
So.A.P. – all soaps corn-free, except those with perfumes/fragrance. Essential oils are safe. MC 10/06
Zum Bar soaps MC 4/07

Benedetta Clearing Spray – Hand Sanitizer MC 1/07 (reported to be heavily scented)
Lotions, Body Oils, Sunscreen, Bug Repellent:
Body Oils:
NOW brand Pure Shea Butter
NOW brand Pure Jojoba oil

Lip Balm:
Aura Cacia Protecting Aromatherapy Lip Balm
Badger Lip Balm (all Badger Balm products)
Cococare 100% Cocoa Butter "The Yellow Stick" 1 ounce ?
Dr. Bronner – Sun Dog Hemp Lip Balm – naked version ?
Queen Helene – 100% cocoa butter stick 1 ounce only ? (100% pure only – check ingredients)
Savonnerie Lipbalm MC 2/07 GF (untested)
AmLactin 12% - by Usher Smith (corn & gluten-free) MC
Aveeno Baby Fragrance-Free Daily Moisture Lotion ?
Badger Balm – All products (including bug repellant and sunscreen) Baby products as well.
Coastal Classic Creations - Body Butter (added 6/11)
Coastal Classic Creations - Facial Oil (added 6/11)
George’s “Always Active” Aloe Vera ?
Kenra – Intense Emollient Cream
Lansinoh Lanolin (100% pure medical grade lanolin) – breast feeding aisle
Nature's Tears Mist MC 10/07 (pure water body spray)
Oil of Olay – Complete All Moisture Lotion SPF 15 for Sensitive Skin (corn & gluten-free) ?
Rear Schmear – by Jenteal Soaps. For baby/diaper rash, but useful for other areas.
Savonnerie Lotion and Massage Oil MC 2/07 GF

Bug Repellent:
Badger Balm Bug Repellent
Muti Bug Away (bug spray) ? (untested - see blog post)

Sun Screen:
Badger Balm Sunscreen
Colorescience Sunforgettable SPF 30 - All Clear: powder sunblock ?
Fougera Zinc Oxide Ointment ?
Titanium Dioxide 100% pure - various manufacturers. Use to make your own sunscreen.
Zinc Oxide 100% pure - various manufacturers. Use to make your own sunscreen.
Healthy Gums by NaturalDentist (check labels)
Squiggle Toothpaste MC 2010
Toms of Maine – Unflavored Naturally Waxed Antiplaque Floss GF
Vita-Myr Toothpaste ? GF
First Aid Products:
3M Transpore Tape ?
CoverRoll by Beiersdorf from Germany ?
Coverlets by Beiersdorf from Germany ?
Curad Sensitive Skin Band-Aids ?
Self-Adhesive Bandages ? (Coban, Coflex, Vetwrap) cotton-based. ? - look at large animal supply stores.

Nature's Tears Bio-Med Wash (wound & eye wash)

Dr Sheffield's Zinc Bacitracin Ointment ? (antibiotic ointment)

Misc. Personal Care:
Diva Cup
Trojan Condoms – NaturaLamb Lubricated ?  (unlubricated has corn starch on it)
Sliquid Silver Lubricant – Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, Cyclomethicone. – Can be used in medical procedures requiring lubricants.
Flents Quiet Please – Earplugs ?
NOW brand Glycerin – palm-based. GF
Household Cleaning Products:
20-Mule-Team Borax by Dial Corp. (usually in laundry section)
Dr. Bronner Liquid Castile Soap (citric acid not from corn)
Red Juice – MC
Seventh Generation/Ecover – Floor Soap, Non-chlorine bleach liquid and powder. MC 11/06 800-449-4925 (coconut based)
Simple Green – All-Purpose Cleaner MC 7/06
Tree of Life – Fresh and Natural Bathroom Cleaner with Tea Tree and Lavender
Seventh Generation/Ecover – Auto-Dish Powder. MC 11/06 800-449-4925 (coconut based)
Palmolive Original  (not concentrated or antibacterial)
Trader Joe’s Dish Soap (Lavender w/GSE)
Trader Joe’s Dish Soap (Mandarin Orange) ?
ALL Free & Clear laundry detergent MC 4/06  (reaction reported)
Charlie Soap
Planet Ultra Liquid Laundry Soap (liquid only) MC 3/07 GF
Seventh Generation/Ecover – Liquid Laundry MC 11/06 800-449-4925 (coconut based)
Tide Free (powder only) (reaction reported)
Seventh Generation/Ecover – Fabric Softener MC 11/06 800-449-4925 (coconut based)
Seventh Generation/Ecover – Non-chlorine bleach liquid and powder. MC 11/06 800-449-4925 (coconut based)
Arm & Hammer Washing Soda (stronger than baking soda, made for washing)
Paper Products:
Bounty Paper Towels MC 11/06
Brawny paper towels (watch glue on 1st & last sheets) MC 9/07
Sparkle Paper Towels (gluten on first and last sheets)
Kirkland (Costco) Paper Towels MC 10/06
Angel Soft Bathroom Tissue
Kirkland (Costco) Facial Tissues MC 10/06
Scott’s Brand Tissues (regular only)
Alway’s Sanitary Napkins and tampons.
Diva Cup (see also Misc. Personal Care)
Huggies Extra Sensitive Wipes MC 9/06 (reaction reported, unknown source of reaction)
Tushies Baby Wipes (glycerin possible corn)
Pamper’s Diapers MC 8/06
Household Misc. Products:
Ziploc – MC 1/07 plastic bags, bowls, and Saran Wrap.

LifeMaster 2000 paint (house paint, not craft) MC 2005 800-984-5444
Lodge Original-Finish Cast Iron pans (seasoned pans may contain corn)
Craft Items:
Crayola Colored Pencils MC 1/07 GF
Crayola Crayons, regular (not the washable) MC 2/07 GF (wrappers adhesive has corn, remove & wash crayon) Crayon itself is free of corn, soy, and coconut/palm.
Crayola Tempura Paints MC 3/07 (not Color Wonder) (untested)
Crayola Washable Paints MC 3/07  (not Color Wonder) (untested)
Crayola Watercolors MC 3/07 (only those made after 1999) (untested)
Elmer’s Glues MC 1/07 – reaction reported
Faber-Castell – all products, MC 1/07 (except “Creativity for Kids” kit which contains corn)
RoseArt Crayons MC 2/07 GF (untested)
RoseArt Jumbo Washable Crayons MC 3/07 (untested)
Colorations Wheat & Gluten-Free Play Dough MC
RoseArt Modeling Clay MC 2/07 (contains wheat and mineral oil)
Pets/Animal Products: (pet foods have not been tested for allergy safety)
Special Kitty Unscented Cat Litter – Walmart MC 12/06 clay-based (scented litters can cause corn reaction)
Swheat Scoop Cat Litter MC 12/06 (wheat & soy based)
Authority Harvest Baked Dog Food – package labeled corn-free. (contains wheat) 1-800-585-5249
Innova dog & cat foods MC 10/07
EVO dog & cat foods MC 10/07
California Natural dog & cat foods MC 10/07
HealthWise dog & cat foods MC 10/07
Mother Nature Dog Biscuits
Karma Dog Foods MC 10/07

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OTC Pharmacy Items: (for First Aid see specific section in Personal care)
Benadryl Children’s – Dye-Free Alcohol-Free Sugar-Free Bubblegum flavored. (sorbitol contains corn)
Benadryl Children’s – Cherry Alcohol-Free (citric acid from corn)
Wal-Dryl (Walgreen’s Benadryl) – Dye-Free capsules virtually corn-free, but none are totally.
Loratadine: Alavert (all ingredients synthetic, lactose from milk) MC 9/06
Loratadine: Alavert D (all ingredients synthetic, lactose from milk) MC 9/06
Loratadine: Claritin D (12 & 24 hr) MC 9/06 reactions reported – may contain corn.
Loratadine: Target brand (blue box) lactose from milk, starch is potato, microcrystalline?
Nalex-A (mild antihistamine)
Cough & Cold:
Hyland Cough Syrup ? 800-624-9659

Mucinex & Mucinex D – Adult versions only. Children’s contain corn.
Mucinex 600 Extended Release Tabs MC 3/07 (contains no grain, starch glycolate from potato)
Nutribiotic Defense Plus – company labeled as corn-free.
NasalCrome – nasal spray
Olbas Inhaler (menthol inhaler/decongestant)
St. Claire’s Throat Soothers (cough drop type thing, not hard candy)

Aleve caplets & tablets  MC 1/07 (reaction reported)
Elixsure acetaminophen and ibuprophen ?
Goody's Headache powder (added 6/11) - contains acetaminophen & aspirin
Goody's Back & Body Pain powder (added 6/11) - contains acetaminophen & aspirin
Feverall suppositories (polysorbate 80 – corn derived) 8/06
Hyland’s Teething Tablets ? (contain lactose)
Nature’s Way White Willow Bark GF (this is aspirin. If you’re allergic to aspirin, or cannot take aspirin, do not take this)
Cortizone 10 Ointment (white petrolatum)
AmLactin 12% by Usher Smith MC (corn & gluten-free)
Stomach/Digestive: (see also beverages & canned goods for probiotic beverages and foods)
Custom Probiotics 6 Blend powder ?
Enzymedica – Pro-Bio (combination probiotic in fridge section) MC 2/07
Dr. Furhman Favorite Flora – probiotic powder MC GF
Futurebiotics Longest Living Acidophilus  MC per label statement
Kirkman Lactobacillus Acidophilus (single strain) capsules ?
Mountain Home probiotic (acidophilus) GF
Nature’s Sunshine L. acidophilus (also dairy and GF)
UAS Labs DDS Jr. Hypoallergenic Probiotic GF
Gallexier Herbal Bitters MC 3/07 (fructose from sugarcane)
Houston Neutraceuticals - Peptizyde & ZymePrime MC 6/07
Nature’s Sunshine (L-glutamine, Food Enzymes, Proactyzyme Plus, Intestinal Soothe and Build)
PhytoPharmica – Bio-Zyme & Complete Gest MC GF 800-376-7889
Lactaid Fact-Act Chewables and Caplets MC 8/06
LifeTime Milk Gestant Lactose Enzyme Formula ?
Zantac: Regular & Extra Strength

Miralax (plain - no inactive ingredients)  
Country Life - vitamins/supplements - read labels.
Enzymedica – all MC 2/07 cellulose capsule from pine, xylitol from birch.
Houston Nutraceuticals – check ingredients.
Kirkman Labs - Liquid Iron MC 11/10 (only this product. Other products may contain corn derivatives)
Klaire Labs - Magnesium Glycinate capsules ?
Nature’s Plus - Love Bites MC (reaction reported)
Nature’s Plus Super C Complex 1000mg MC
Nature’s Sunshine 5-HTP
RX Vitamins: Children's Multi-Vitamins (grape)
Solaray – High Energy Multi, various others GF
Thorne labs ? (human-tested 2010)
Twinlabs - Allergy-C (human-tested 2010)
Twinlabs – Vitamin C sourced from Sago Palm.
Twinlabs – Vit. C + Quercetin
Vitamin Research Products MC (read labels)
Whole Foods - Super Nutrition “Perfect Kids” Complete Daily Vitamins

Lugol’s Iodine Solution - ? GF (water, potassium iodine, iodine)
World Organic Liqui-Kelp ? (iodine source)
  Carlson Labs – Fish Oil, liquid only. MC 11/06 Read labels: sorbitol or fructose are from corn. Gelatin is not from corn.

Lewis Lab’s – Brewer’s Yeast (nutritional yeast) MC GF – grown on sugar beets.

MLO Rice Protein Powder GF
Nutiva Hemp Protein Powder MC 11/06 (slight possible cross-contamination issue)
Vegan Rice Protein Powder GF
Carbocaine (corn-free, sulfite-free Novacaine)
RX: (verify ingredients before purchase or ingesting as some manufacturers may vary)
Bicillin – penicillin injectable, by Wyeth-Ayerst
Minocycline hydrochloride capsules (tetracycline based) – generic. Manufacturer may vary.
Rocephin (ceftriaxone) Antibiotic by Roche Labs. (cephalosporin based) MC injectable.
Trimox Antibiotic (amoxicillin/penicillin based)
Ilotycin Ophthalmic Ointment (erythromycin base)
Dallergy Caplets (antihistamine) – dye-free & corn-free MC
Lodrane D & XR Suspension MC 10/06 (no corn, egg, dairy, or beef)
Lodrane 24 gelatin capsule MC 10/06 (no corn, egg, dairy, or beef) contains animal collagen.
Mucinex – Adult version only. Children’s contain corn.
Tessalon Perles ?
Asmanex Twisthaler (inhaler) – does not use ethanol or any type carrier
Xopenex for nebulizer

TriLyte solution (use without flavor packs) ?   
Valtrex 1000mg MC
Compounding Pharmacies:
America’s Compounding Center: Overnight shipping/delivery 866-222-7993
Brown’s Compounding Center: shipping available. Located in Parker, CO. 303-805-9532
Wedgewood Pharmacy – shipping available. Located in Swedesboro, NJ. 800-331-8272
Compounding Pharmacy Locator:  Go to “Patients/Pets” on the sidebar, click on “Finding a Compounding Pharmacist”
Pharmaceutical Company Contact Info:
Bayer – USA 800-395-0689 (9-5pm EST)
Pfizer (medical inquiry dept) 800-438-1985. RX consumer line 800-879-3477 (8-8pm EST), OTC customer service 800-223-0182 (24hr) – company has been repetively reported as uncooperative in finding sources of ingredients for allergy issues.
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare – 800-322-3129 (9-5pm EST)

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Muir Glen - Citric acid from corn.

Muir Glen Organic Diced Tomatoes, Fire Roasted, 14.5-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
Just in case someone had any doubts. General Mills has confirmed that Muir Glen uses citric acid sourced from corn.

For a corn-free diet, please avoid all Muir Glen products with citric acid (which I think it all their products).

FiordiFrutta by Rigoni di Asiago. No longer corn-free

FiordiFrutta – Rigoni di Asiago – Fruit Jams from Italy. Dist. By Rigoni USA.

Have been removed from the list as they now contain citric acid and have reported reactions. 

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Organic Valley Deli Cheeses

Just in.. Organic Valley Deli cheeses are now packed using tapioca/sago starch instead of corn starch. This was reported by company correspondence posted on Delphi Forums - Avoiding Corn.

Per Organic Valley: "We have completely converted to the the tapioca/sago starch dusting."

Do be careful though as there may still be a few corn starched packages left out there, and these may not fully hit the shelves for several months.

You'll also need to make sure to keep reading the labels for any other corny additives. This is just a packaging update.

Also - None of the Stringles or Sticks use corn starch. :)

2012 Update: Block cheeses are not safe. 

"their 8oz package is dusted in corn starch and their is a possibility of peanut cross contamination as it is packaged in a facility that processes peanuts! ...  the larger 16oz blocks and was told there is a risk with them as well due to the facility using corn starch on the outsides of the packaging"
Courtesy of the FB group.

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Corn Allergy resources on Facebook

Are you spending more and more of your time on Facebook? Catching up with friends and family, and want to keep up on your corn-free updates and forums as well?

Here's some resources:

Our own Facebook page: Corn-Free Foods & Products List on Facebook is a great way to stay on top of updates. Just click "LIKE", you know you want to. :)

Corn Allergy & Intolerance - Support Group on Facebook Groups is a great group that's been there a while, but is now one of Facebook's newly upgraded groups. It's a great way to meet others also trying to live their lives without corn.

As always we still recommend that you try to stay in touch with the Delphi forums group as much as possible, as it's the best resource for corn-free living.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Cripple Creek Barbeque

We've a new product to add to our list. Cripple Creek Barbeque sauces and spice rub.

We carefully interviewed and put owner John through the corn-free paces, and found his products to be corn-free.


John is a big believer in making good quality foods, and his willingness to make a corn-free bbq sauce has won us over. (He used to use corny vinegar, but has switched to a corn-free one. How awesome is that?)

You can find more information about the discussion of this product and ingredients: On Delphi's Avoiding Corn.

When ordering, please let John know you do have a corn allergy in the comments just to make sure you get one of the new batches with safe vinegar.  Enjoy!