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Potatoes (mono & diglycerides & sodium acid pyrophosphates), tapioca dextrose, salt, onions, cottonseed oil, garlic, monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate, white pepper, celery seed, dill seed, parsley, turmeric.
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Reviews For Gluten Free Matzo Ball & Soup Mix
Based on 7 Reviews
Good, but a little weak.
My family enjoyed this soup, but I had to add a chicken broth cube to add some more flavor. Will buy again.
This reminds me of the same soup I had as a kid. The only problem was the broth is too salty and has an aftertaste. The matzo balls are great and I will use a different broth next time. It's nice to find a gluten free version.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us!
We are on a mission to bring the healthiest, GMO free and Organic items to our members.
With some Holiday & Specialty items we do make some ingredient exceptions based on the feedback of the community and product requests. That said, we do verify GMO status ALWAYS and are constantly working to source the healthiest options available.
If you have a favorite product that is cleaner & greener please share them with us so we can explore adding them ASAP.
We thank you for your support. Happy Holidays!
- Thrive Market
I could eat this Matzo soup all day everyday. I've had issues with my cholesterol and this Matzo soup feels like a guilty pleasure even though it's cholesterol free. Already re-ordered!
Easy and Delcious
Super easy to make and VERY delicious!
A Great Gluten-Free Option!
Hard to tell that this is gluten-free! As someone with celiac disease I'm thankful to have this during the holidays!
- Sarah W.
I will probably shop occasionally at Thrive, but it falls a bit short of my expectations. I see that your Streit's glutenfree products use cottonseed oil, and it is clear to me that I will have to carefully check all ingredient lists to be sure that products are clean and green and that you are not really screening to eliminate known toxins.
- Thrive User
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