What's the difference between gluten-tested and wheat-free oats?

What's the difference between gluten-tested and wheat-free oats?

This product has recently been through a name change, as our previous name was proving confusing for some. 

The "Gluten Tested Rolled Oats” and "Gluten Tested Quick Oats” names have now been changed to "Wheat Free Rolled Oats” and "Wheat Free Quick Oats”.  They are the exact same product, they are still tested for gluten and processed in the gluten free room at our packaging facility. 

You can find more information on our website via the link below.



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