Ordinarily, of course, gram flour is gluten free. However, occasionally testing reveals that it has become contaminated with gluten in some way.
This seems to have happened in the case of Natco Gluten Free Gram Flour, in which in one batch, levels of gluten have been found that are above the limits for foods labelled gluten-free.
This is the 2kg pack, best before October 2012 (batch code: 110420 BN0509). No other Natco products are known to be affected.
If you’ve bought this product, don’t use it, and contact the company to find out how to return it.
Don’t let this put you off gram flour, which is naturally gluten free, being made from ground chana dal (a kind of yellow split pea).
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