A Gluten-Free Vegan Mom Who Knows

A raw, grain-free, corn-free, soy-free, oil-free, celiac mama raising her two healthy celiac girls.

Gluten-Free Household Products (Master List)


I have decided to compile gluten-free, eco-friendly (mostly organic) products on my blog. If you have anything to add, please email me or post your findings in the comment section below the proper.

100% Gluten-Free Products Manufactured in a Gluten-Free Facilities: 

  • Citrus Magic: “You will be pleased to hear that ALL of our products are Gluten free.  Not only are we the manufacturers of Clearly Natural, but we also manufacture Citrus Magic that is gluten free as well!” (email 02 May 2011)
  • Dr. Bronner’sAll of their products are organic and gluten free.Yes all our products are manufactured in a gluten free facility” (28 April 2011).
  • Method: “All of method’s products are 100% gluten-free and safe for those with Celiac Disease.” (email: 07 September 2010)
  • Sun & Earth: “Products free from: Wheat, Gluten, Casein, Dairy, Eggs, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Fish, Shellfish, Soy, Sesame, Rice, Potato, Yeast.” (Website: 15 April 2011).

To be, or not to be gluten free…
  • Seventh Generation: Seventh Generation does not test any of our products for the presence of gluten; therefore, we cannot guarantee that any of products are ‘gluten free.’ However, our products are comprised of ingredients that are naturally gluten-free; and ingredients that may potentially be derived from gluten-containing plant sources (wheat, rye, barley, and oats) are rendered gluten free through their extensive processing. Seventh Generation products are not intended for consumption, which should eliminate any concern of gluten entering your digestive system; however, we understand that there are some individuals with severe forms of Celiac Disease who cannot touch gluten. Please consult your physician if you are concerned about which cleaning and personal care products might be right for you. The only wheat derivation found in our products is in our line of Chlorine-Free Feminine Care Pads. One of the absorbent ingredients is Lysorb, an absorbent gel. Lysorb, also known as SNAP (super absorbent natural polymer), is a polysaccharide derived from wheat. Polysaccharides are complex sugars found in many natural substances, like the fibers of cotton, wood, and wheat.” (Website: 15 April 2011) 
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  1. “[I]ngredients that may potentially be derived from gluten-containing plant sources . . . are rendered gluten free through their extensive processing”
    Is this true? Can things really be rendered GF through processing?

  2. Great Question!
    It is believed that the protein can be destroyed through ‘extensive processing,’ but I won’t risk it since there is so much about the disease that is still unknown. There is scientific research debunking much of what is currently known/believed about the disease, and it all comes from Europe, the Netherlands, the UK, etc. I haven’t found anything from the British Medical stating that fact, so I refuse to believe it.

  3. I see Dr. Bonners soaps in the picture, are they gluten free?

  4. Yes, Kim, they are! Sorry. I had them listed under my health and beauty list and forgot to add them here.

    Dr. Bronner’s: All of their products are organic and gluten free.”Yes all our products are manufactured in a gluten free facility” (28 April 2011).

  5. Thank you for sharing this list. Your blog has helped me a lot with my gluten free diet!

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  9. I seem to be more sensitive to my corn allergy. What about all of these household and personal care products, are they also free from corn derivatives? Do you know? When something says “certified gluten free” that does not mean corn gluten does it?

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