There's a common misconception that if a food is labeled "keto," it must be "gluten-free." It's true that for an item to be keto-friendly, the total net carbs must be very low. Generally this means that no grains, including wheat, are used as an ingredient.
A very popular item sold by Costco is: "Good Morning Keto Tortillas". Each tortilla contains 6g of net carbs, which effectively makes it keto-friendly. However, the ingredients include: modified wheat starch, wheat gluten, enriched wheat flour. In other words, this item is definitely NOT suitable for people with celiac disease or gluten intolerance.
Ketotteria products are made in a gluten-free facility. None of the ingredients contain gluten. Therefore, our products are recommended for people with celiac disease.