Are Cadbury Mini Eggs Gluten-Free? Must Read Details

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Cadbury Mini Eggs are gluten-free based upon their ingredients as well as how they are manufactured. This means Cadbury Mini Eggs do not contain any gluten ingredients and are not manufactured in a facility that processes wheat (presenting no risk of cross-contamination).

When I think of Easter, Cadbury Eggs immediately come to mind. Back in 1983, a charming clucking bunny debuted letting candy lovers everywhere know “Nobunny knows Easter better than Cadbury”. Fast forward to pigs, lions, and cats throwing their hats (paws?) into the Cadbury ring.

HERSHEY DOES NOT LIST CADBURY MINI EGGS AS GLUTEN-FREE – WHY?

Confused about "are Cadbury Mini Eggs Gluten-Free?" Hershey provides consumers with a list of gluten-free products. Cadbury Mini Eggs are NOT on the list of Hershey’s Gluten-Free products. Why? This is because at the time of this post, Cadbury Mini Eggs (and other Cadbury products such as Cadbury Crème Eggs) have not been tested according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration requirements.

CADBURY MILK CHOCOLATE MINI EGGS ALLERGENS
Ingredients: Does not contain gluten
Contains Milk, Soy, and Yellow #5

CADBURY WHITE CHOCOLATE MINI EGGS ALLERGENS
Ingredients: Does not contain gluten
Contains Milk & Soy

CADBURY ROYAL DARK MINI EGGS ALLERGENS
Ingredients: Does not contain gluten
Contains Milk, Soy, and Yellow #5

CADBURY MILK CHOCOLATE SHIMMER MINI EGGS ALLERGENS
Ingredients: Does not contain gluten
Contains Milk, Soy, and Yellow #5

Information confirmed for accuracy on 01-Mar-2019.

Hershey does instruct consumers to use their website as a guide, not a final answer. As product ingredients can change and food processing can change, the gold standard to determine if a product is gluten-free is the actual label.

Wondering if Cadbury Crème Eggs are gluten-free? Learn more here.

Tracking down gluten-free Easter candy can be tiring. I’ve compiled a 2019 Gluten-Free Easter Candy List to make things a bit easier (more time to enjoy the candy). Check back often as I’ll continue to update the list.

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Maureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“. Maureen created Hold The Gluten blog and podcast in 2008 as a way to connect members of the gluten-free community across the world.

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