Where to buy Gluten Free Foods

Where to Buy Gluten Free Foods

Finding a place to buy gluten free foods is nowhere near as difficult as it used to be. The awareness around Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity has increased significantly in the last ten years. As more people become aware of their need to adopt a gluten free lifestyle, this, in turn increases the demand for supermarkets, specialty stores and other grocery stores to stock gluten free foods.

However, you are not limited to gluten free specialty products only. Most fresh food does not contain gluten and there should always be a large selection fresh produce for you to choose from no matter where you shop.

Natural Food Stores

Natural food stores stock a wide range of gluten free foods. You will also find organic varieties of all your favorite fresh gluten free vegetables and fruits. These are great stores to visit if you are looking for specialty gluten free products that are hard to find elsewhere.

Supermarkets and Grocery Stores

These days, supermarkets and small grocery stores carry a large selection of gluten free foods, including some gluten free specialty products. Again, the vast majority of fresh fruits and vegetables do not contain gluten. This simplifies shopping for gluten free food.

Online Shopping

Online shopping has opened up a world of gluten free foods. No matter where you are in the world you can order your own favorite gluten free treats.

The following are some websites that you can shop at for your gluten free products:

  • Glutenfree.com 
  • Celiac.com/glutenfreemall/

Another great option is Amazon. If you visit the grocery and gourmet section of Amazon you will see that there is a Gluten Free tab, click on this to see Amazons extensive range of gluten free products.

Farmers Market

Just like natural food stores, a farmers market can be a great place to find organic foods that are gluten free. Visiting a farmers market is not only a good place to buy gluten free food it can be a really fun experience.

If you have children with gluten intolerance or celiac disease visiting the weekend farmers market can be an opportunity for them to see one of the fun sides of this condition.





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