Gluten Free Note: Bugles Snacks do not have any ingredients containing gluten in them; however, the bag does include a disclaimer that they may contain milk and wheat ingredients because they are made in a factory that includes those products.Who makes Bugles snacks?
Bugles were developed by a food engineer, Joe Appelbaum, who also created Daisies. Bugles were test-marketed in 1965 and introduced nationally in early 1966 as one of three new General Mills snacks, the others being the flower-shaped Daisies and the tube-shaped Whistles, both of which have since been discontinued.Are You bugles gluten-free?
Although Bugles contain No preservatives, No artificial colours, No MSG and are suitable for vegetarians , and they don't directly include gluten ingredients, they are, unfortunately,produced in a factory which also handles wheat & barley.Where can I buy bugles?
In addition to the U.S., Bugles are sold in Canada, China, Saudi Arabia and several more countries in Central America and the Caribbean.