Here's the way I was happily going about making myself a long-missed burrito with the large-sized Trader Joe Brown Rice Tortillas and my favorite, Frontera salsa. As you can see in the last frame, there was more than a bit of a cracking problem. It was suggested I try Food for Life as a better source for gluten-free wraps.
I sought and eventually found the Food for Life tortillas, and was surprised to discover an eery similarity between the packaging of the two brands, even down to the nutritional analysis on each. The calories, fiber, protein, in fact, each item listed was the same amount on both, despite the difference in diameter of the two brands of tortilla (see below). And this, though the thickness and texture of each was identical.
The mystery of the nutritional info and of the packaging itself being identical remains, but more importantly, they are identical in another way: NEITHER folds the way a flour tortilla does, I'm sorry to report.
There may be a light at the end of the tunnel, though. When I was at the Fancy Food Show at the Javits Center in New York City this past June, the people at Maria and Ricardo's tortillas told me they would be coming out with a gluten free wrap sized corn tortilla at some point in the future. They said they were close and the only thing holding them up was final certification for being gluten free. Since I've had no problem with the flexibility of the little corn tortillas I use, this was great news. Keep an eye out for them!