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A Better Gluten-free tortilla

Mission Gluten Free Tortillas

Being gluten free doesn’t have to mean your options are limited. You can still enjoy your favorite flavors and explore new ones. That’s why we made Mission® Gluten Free tortillas. Because you deserve a versatile, great-tasting tortilla, one that stays soft and gives you the ability to create what you want.

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Savory and delicious recipes that prove gluten free doesn’t need to be free of flavor.

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Take a Closer Look

Soft, flavorful and gluten free. Don’t believe us? See for yourself.

What You Need to Know About Gluten-Free

Dining Out

Follow these tips to make sure every meal out with family and friends is enjoyable.

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Reading Food Labels

Click here to see what it takes for FDA-Regulated foods to claim they are gluten-free.

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Traveling Gluten-Free

These 10 easy travel tips will help you plan ahead for your next trip.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is gluten?>

    Gluten often refers to storage proteins found in all grains. These storage proteins are beneficial in food production, adding flavor, texture or thickening. Gluten found in wheat, rye, barley and hybrids of these grains have a similar in amino acid structure known to cause problems for persons with gluten-related disorders.

    Gluten can cause health problems for persons with gluten-related disorders, such as celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis and other forms of non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Gluten causes small intestinal damage for persons with celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis, leading to mal-absorption, malnutrition, and associated health conditions.

  • What types of gluten-related disorders are there?>

    Autoimmune gluten disorders include celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. Autoimmune conditions must be triggered to become active. Once activated autoimmune conditions do not go away. Persons with these conditions will suffer tissue damage in the intestine or skin when eating gluten. They may suffer a number of symptoms and related health issues as a result. Gluten sensitivity (also known as non-celiac gluten sensitivity) is an innate immune response, similar in reaction to lactose intolerance. Although this type of reaction does not cause damage to the intestine or skin, it may cause inflammation and other health-related problems. Avoiding gluten is the only way for persons with gluten-related disorders to maintain good health.

  • What does “gluten-free” really mean on a product label?>

    The FDA ruled that for a product to be labeled as “gluten-free” it must either not involve any gluten-containing ingredients, or if it does have gluten-containing ingredients, the product must be processed to remove gluten and the final product must contain less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.

  • How do you become Certified Gluten Free?>
    • You have to have a contract agreement with a certified organization
    • Use approved Gluten Free raw material
    • Facilities/Plants have to be audited by the certified organization
    • Facility has to comply with monitoring and testing, defined by certified organization, on finished products

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