Looking for the best places to shop for gluten-free foods? From small specialty stores to large chain supermarkets, I've got a comprehensive list of the best gluten free grocery stores perfect for stocking up on all types of great gluten free products!
Searching for the Best Gluten Free Grocery Stores
Does a day of gluten free grocery shopping sound like this? When I went shopping today, I went to Walmart, Sprouts and placed an Amazon order just to get all the gluten free groceries that I need for the week.
Do you struggle with the same issue week in and week out?
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Then continue down to see several options for gluten-free grocery stores.
Our Top Gluten Free Grocery Store Picks
Sprouts Farmers Market
Sprouts Farmers Market is a great source for gluten free products It always packs fresh produce, high quality meats, tasty grains, and an ever increasing selection of gluten free snacks, baking mixes, and pantry staples. If you’re looking to fill your cart with GF items or just need a few odds and ends to round out a meal, Sprouts probably has everything you need.
First I love that Sprouts consistently delivers with good prices on their products and a wide variety of foods. Their products fit a variety of different food allergies. Next I love that I can find products from the large gluten free companies like Enjoy Life, Schar, and more! Sprouts also offers great stock up sales on products, an app that offers digital coupons, and delivery via Instacart. The store has locations in 22 states.
Walmart carries a selection of gluten-free products. You can find these products in the grocery section of the store, as well as in the health and wellness section. I have been in stores that offer dedicated gluten free sections. Walmart's selection of gluten free products can vary by location, so check with your local store to see what they have available. Some of the gluten free products you might find at Walmart include bread, pasta, crackers, and snack bars. You can also find a wide range of other gluten free products such as flours, cereals, and baking mixes. In addition to these products, Walmart also carries a selection of gluten-free household and personal care items such as shampoo, conditioner, and laundry detergent. One of the reasons Walmart is top on my list is I can be travelling anywhere and find a store.
This grocery store chain has a large selection of gluten-free products, including bread, pasta, and snacks. They offer a wide variety of food options, including gluten-free frozen pizza, pasta, bread crumbs, soup mixes, and baking mixes. Plus, their stores are often more affordable than other stores that focus solely on glutenf-ree items. With the large selection available at most Trader Joe's locations, you can find a lot of great options for stocking your kitchen with all types of tasty gluten-free foods.
This grocery chain has a focus on natural and organic products and carries a wide range of gluten-free options. Natural Grocers feature an array of organic and natural products, including many gluten-free options. From fresh produce to packaged goods, you can find a wide selection of gluten-free products like snacks, breads, cereals, treats and more at Natural Grocers. They even carry specialty items like fresh-baked gluten-free breads that are delivered directly from local bakeries!
Amazon is always listed on our survey as one of the top online retailers you purchase gluten free foods! Amazon carries a wide range of gluten-free products that can be purchased online. Buy gluten-free bread, pasta, crackers, snack bars, and baking mixes, as well as household and personal care items such as shampoo, conditioner, and laundry detergent. To find gluten-free products on Amazon, just search for specific products or browse through the "gluten-free" category. You can also filter your search results by various criteria such as price, brand, and customer ratings to find the products that best meet your needs. Amazon also offers products from a wide range of third-party sellers, so you'll have plenty of options to choose from!
Check out some of my favorite Amazon gluten free snacks under $2!
Our Least Favorite Gluten Free Grocery Stores
Whole Foods Market
This popular grocery chain has a wide selection of gluten-free products and is known for its commitment to natural and organic products.
BUT... have you noticed that their gluten-free product selection hasn't been as good? I've noticed a huge drop off of in the selection available. It's so disappointing to see more and more of my favorite brands disappear!
Thrive Market offers an online membership-based store with natural and organic products at discounted prices. The downside of Thrive?
I am the only one that eats gluten free and dairy free in my immediate family. The price for just me doesn't justify the cost! And the shipping prices ALWAYS kill me! My husband and I order stuff for work and other events to offset our yearly Amazon prime price, so it ends up being a lot cheaper to just order from Amazon since Amazon offers us free Prime shipping. Everytime I try to order in Thrive, my shipping ranges from $9-13+ on top of the $5/month membership. We've added it up, and if only 1-2 people are using Thrive, it may not make financial sense to purchase a membership. Which is a bummer. I check out the store occasionally to see what memberships they offer but it still hasn't been financially possible to justify the cost.
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Other places you can find gluten free products include stores like Aldi, Publix and even your local co-ops.
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Thank you so much for sharing your experience, I have just been diagnosed with PCOS and one of my goals is cut dairy and gluten from my diet, and it was so hard to find one place that has it all with an affordable budget, I was looking into Thrive market as well but I am also the only one in my family with dietary restrictions, so thank you for not recommending it.
I'm sorry to hear you were diagnosed with PCOS. I hope you are doing better with the dietary changes. Keep me posted on if you find some stores that you like the best!
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