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Where to Shop for Gluten-Free Food

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Updated May 16, 2014

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Supermarkets With Gluten-Free Product Lists, Online Stores, and More
Where to Shop for Gluten-Free Food
Photo © Nancy Lapid

Like all aspects of the gluten-free diet, shopping for food becomes easier once you have some experience. Many foods are naturally gluten-free, and you’ll be able to buy these as before at your local supermarket. If you live near a Whole Foods store or a Trader Joe’s, you are in luck, because these are veritable gold mines of gluten-free products. But if not, you can still take heart, because more and more grocery stores now allocate space to gluten-free products. (If your supermarket does not, tell the managers –- and have your friends tell them -- that it would be a good idea.) Health-food stores are also a good source for gluten-free products.

Following are the names of some supermarkets that make lists of their gluten-free products available on their websites.

But don’t forget: Local stores are not your only option. If the stores listed below are not convenient for you, consider ordering your products by mail. The mail-order websites I’ve listed below represent only a small sample of the dozens of companies that will send gluten-free products directly to your door.

If you know of a store or company that should be on one of these lists, let me know.

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