Not only do I diligently read ingredient labels to be aware of potential allergens in the foods I purchase, I wholeheartedly believe that everyone should be aware of the ingredients in the foods they eat, just for the simple reason that your health is so important! I love knowing that the items we do stock in our fridge and freezer are healthy, safe, and not chock-full of ingredients we can't pronounce.
Foster Farms Corn Dogs have been our go-to corn dog for years. There are not many other brands that are milk-free, so many others are ruled out. (This could be why they are America's number one selling corn dog line too!) The boys and Hubs love them, but I have not had the opportunity to eat corn dogs in years due to gluten-intolerance and they aren't gluten-free. Thankfully though, I was recently able to have the first corn dog I've had in...well, longer than I can remember when I had the opportunity to try the NEW Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs.
Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs are certified by the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), and contain less than 10ppm of gluten per serving. (This is okay for me, but if you have celiac disease, you may want to consider whether this option works for you.) Foster Farms new Gluten Free Corn Dogs are available at many retailers, including: Safeway (Safeway, Vons, Randalls, Tom Thumb), Kroger (Kroger, Fry's Smith's), Raley's, Lucky, Albertsons, Giant Eagle, Woodman's, Copps/Roundy's, Schnucks, Food Lion, HyVee, and Marsh. (If you have a hard time finding them at your local stores, call Foster Farms at 800-255-7227 for help finding a retailer near you.)
This post was sponsored by Foster Farms. All text and opinions are mine alone.