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Take plenty of safe food and snacks.

Take a good supply of food with you to hold you over until you figure out where you can buy safe snacks on campus or in town. If you’ve been on a gluten-free diet before college, you’ve likely already identified your favorite snacks.

Some suggestions of safe food include popcorn, packaged cookies and crackers, breakfast cereal, gluten-free oatmeal, soup, nuts, trail mix, snack bars, a loaf of "safe" bread, and peanut butter and jelly.

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