Since my gluten free life began, not having the wide choice of breakfast cereals like I used to has been the most difficult thing for me. At first I thought being coeliac meant I could never eat cereal again but thankfully I quickly found out this was not the case. I couldn’t have the cereals I was used to and I no longer had the variety to choose from but there were some nice companies out there who made special cereals just for me! Discovering new gluten free cereals has been great whether they are naturally gluten free or specifically made. I was extremely excited to discover that CHEX in the States were made and re-branded as gluten free.The fact that Kellogg’s were not in the gluten free ring has always irritated me! I was a great customer before I found out I was coeliac and I could no longer eat ANY of their cereals… What are Kellogg’s playing at? Is the infamous ‘malt flavouring’ really necessary??
There has been talk of Kellogg’s bringing out a gluten free version of Rice Krispies and now that the information is on their website for gluten free-ers of the world to see, it appears they really are bringing out Gluten Free Rice Krispies. Gluten free-ers of the world are excited by this news but will this new cereal be made available world wide or only in the United States? Many of us are also left wondering whether they will be manufactured in a safe environment. Let’s hope gluten free snap, crackle and pop are not made on the same machinery as their glutenous brothers!