Gluten free canned soup is available if you choose carefully. I’ve identified four brands that provide soups labeled gluten free but in every case you but must choose a specific type of soup. These companies all produce soups that are ‘safe’ and others that are ‘unsafe’.
Amy’s Kitchen markets 21 types of soups that they consider gluten free. Use the link in the last sentence to see the list.
Progresso Soup (a division of General Mills) offers sixteen varieties of soup that they consider gluten free.
Wolfgang Puck (a subsidiary of Campbell’s Soup”) offers twelve choices.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION: Amy’s Kitchen states that all their gluten free soups were tested and found to contain no more than 20 parts-per-million. They do not mention what kind of testing was done. Heinz Soups assures us that their gluten free soups are free of harmful but offers no proof of that. None of the companies mentioned above tell us whether or not their recommended products were prepared in dedicated facilities or even on dedicated production lines.
This section of the article provides information that is important to our decision about whether to purchase and consume the products mentioned above. Does more information exist? Probably. But these are the only clues included on the internet. I hope you find them useful. I am experimenting with the idea of including paragraphs like this at the end of every article. Let me know if you find them useful.