The FDA recently defined the use of the term “gluten-free” in labeling for foods. FDA define the claim “gluten-free” to mean that food bearing the claim in its labeling does not contain any of the following:
(1) An ingredient that is a prohibited grain
(2) An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and has not been
processed to remove gluten.
(3) An ingredient that is derived from a prohibited grain and that has been processed
to remove gluten, if the use of that ingredient results in the presence of 20 ppm
or more gluten in the food.
The FDA defines “gluten” as the proteins that naturally occur in a prohibited grain and that
may cause adverse health effects in persons with celiac disease.
The definition also defines the term “prohibited grain” as any one of the grains, wheat,
rye, or barley, or their cross-bred hybrids.
Based on this information, Frosty Parrot affirms that the below products do not contain gluten:
Island Coconut Mint Chocolate Chip Strawberry Cheesecake
Parrot Peach Peanut Butter Pleasure Fruit Punch
Classic Tart Blueberry Tart
Cocoa Beach Chocolate Pomegranate
NSA Tahitian Vanilla Key Lime
Island Vanilla Punkin’ Pie
Tahitian Vanilla Bye Bye Spiced Apple Pie
Moon Pie Tropical Mango Sorbet
Beach Blanket Strawberry Wow! Watermelon Sorbet
Chocolate Custard Pink Lemonade Sorbet
Vanilla Custard Valencia Orange Sorbet
Cheesecake Jamocha Gelato
Red Velvet Reggae It’s Your B’day! Cake
White Chocolate Mousse Butter Pecan