The Chicago Tribune reports that Whole Foods finally listened to complaining customers and removed three popular "gluten-free" products from its shelves due to high gluten content.
The news gets even better. Whole Foods is now going to create a "strict definition of gluten-free" for products sold in their stores along with monitoring the items to make sure they continue to comply with the given standard.
Now that is good customer service and responsibility!
On the other hand, you might want to read the comments from Louis Colameco, the owner of Wellshire Farms.
Oh, and keep an eye out for Wellshire Farms other brand name, Garrett County, that sells "gluten-free" chicken dogs, beef dogs, and chicken bites. The recent Tribune tests showed gluten levels as high as 2000ppm. Nice.