If you picked up a product that had the following ingredients, do you think it would be safe?
- Glucose syrup
- Coconut oil
- Milk Protein
- Anti caking agent
- Color (Beta-Carotene)
Well, it certainly doesn't mention flour does it? However, if you are also lactose intolerant or follow a dairy free diet in addition to being gluten free, the milk protein would rule this out straight away.
The only ingredient that would be suspect, as far as gluten, is the glucose syrup. In the UK, where this product was bought, glucose syrup is often made from wheat. Now, personally I steer clear of this, just in case, however The European Food Safety Authority say it is "unlikely to cause an adverse reaction" for celiac sufferers.
If you also suffer from diabetes (type 1 and celiac do have a connection, as they are both autoimmune conditions) then you would need to avoid glucose syrup, ruling out this product for you I am afraid..
Stabilizers, emulsifiers and anti-caking agents are all gluten free, so no worries there. The Allergy Advice section tells us it contains milk and does not contain nuts. It doesn't mention gluten.
VERDICT: This coffee whitener is gluten free and safe to use.