Tricia Thompson, MS, RDN's Recommendations in Response to the FDA's Temporary Labeling Policy Change (from GlutenFreeWatchdog.com)
"1. It may be a good idea to stock up (but please don’t stockpile!) on your favorite brands of labeled gluten-free foods, if possible. In particular, you may want to stock up on trusted brands of gluten-free oats and other labeled gluten-free grains, flours, and legumes, as well as your favorite labeled gluten-free foods that include these ingredients.
2. It also may be a good idea to stock up on your preferred brands of foods appearing to be free of gluten containing ingredients (but not labeled gluten-free). FDA’s guidance was published recently, and older stock will remain on store shelves for a period of time. You may want to photograph the front of the package and the ingredients list and keep these photos handy. If you have any questions in the future, contact the manufacturer and ask if there have been any formula changes not acknowledged in the ingredients list."
Video Letter from Tricia Thompson, MS, RDN of GlutenFreeWatchdog.org to FDA regarding her concern with enforcement of the FDA gluten-free label rule and several products that are currently misbranded as gluten-free right now.