LUBBOCK, Texas — Until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration releases formal standards for gluten-free product labeling, United Supermarkets will continue using its own guidelines. Not only are all 250 products that currently carry a “gluten-free” shelf tag made without gluten-containing ingredients, they are also manufactured and processed in a separate gluten-free facility. “We're using the strictest criteria so that there's no chance of cross-contamination,” said Tyra Carter, United's ...

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