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Grocery stores and food distributors nationwide are responding to the skyrocketing demand for gluten-free products by lining their store shelves with new and tasty items! Most locations of the following supermarkets have dedicated gluten-free aisles that will help you easily identify products that are safe for a gluten-free diet.

There are also several online retailers for gluten-free products. To find the best gluten-free food manufacturers, visit the NFCA Gluten-Free Food Manufacturers.

Allergiesandme.com
Allergiesandme.com is dedicated to providing resources to people battling with Food Allergies, Food Intolerances and those with other special dietary needs. They offer hundreds of Gluten Free products and are adding new items weekly.
Visit allergiesandme.comGluten-Free Items in Stores

CandyXpress.com
Candy Xpress is more than just an online candy store. It is a family owned business that has been distributing candy and a full line of confectionery and health and beauty products for three generations. Candy Xpress carries a broad range of candy and snack products, including an outstanding collection of Gluten Free candy items.
Visit www.CandyXpress.com

Festival Foods
Festival Foods, a family-owned company operating stores strategically throughout Wisconsin, was founded as Skogen’s IGA by Paul and Jane Skogen in 1946 in Onalaska, Wisconsin. The company is built upon Five Values, one of which is servant leadership. To lead is to serve the legitimate needs of others. For guests who deal with food allergies and intolerances, allergen free foods quickly become a necessity, as the wrong foods can be life-threatening. Festival Foods works hard to provide guests with the gluten-free, allergen-free options they need.
Visit www.EatWell.FestFoods.com/gluten-free

Food for All Market
Food for All is a small community market in Mount Airy, PA, that specializes in prepared foods, baked goods and groceries for people with food allergies, celiac disease other food intolerances, as well as other health conscious people. Food for All is “one stop shopping” for people with any type of food intolerance, with an additional emphasis on local and organic foods and sustainable agriculture.
Visit www.foodforallmarket.com

Free From Gluten
Free From Gluten is an online supermarket with a large selection of exclusively gluten-free items. The company's goal is to ensure that everyone has access to delicious gluten-free foods.
Visit www.FreeFromGluten.com

Giant Food
Giant Food LLC was founded in 1936 in Washington, D.C. Today, the company serves customers in the Baltimore/Washington market area and Delaware. The Giant Family now includes approximately 21,000 associates. In 1998, Giant became a member of the Royal Ahold international family of fine grocery stores.
Visit Giant Website

Gluten Free Deals
Gluten Free Deals offers fantastic discounts of 50-70% off gluten-free products and services. Thousands of subscribers have already signed up for the free deal email. Deals are redeemable online and at local gluten-free restaurants, bakeries, shops, and more.
Visit Gluten Free Deals

The Gluten Free Mall
Since 1998 the Gluten Free Mall has offered online shopping for those on gluten-free diets. The Gluten Free Mall has the best prices and selection of gluten-free, wheat-free, casein-free and other allergy-related health foods and special dietary products on the Internet! All of their gluten-free products are specifically designed for people who need to eat gluten-free foods due to celiac disease, autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD, ADHD) or other health reasons.
Visit www.glutenfreemall.com

Health Hut Two
Health Hut stocks dietary supplements; natural beauty products; organic, gluten-free and casein-free foods; books and gifts for the healthy lifestyle.
Visit Health Hut Two

Martindale's Natural Market
Martindale's Natural Foods' mission is to honor their creator by providing a way to better health, serving their customers from the heart, supporting local community, caring for their employees and promoting a sustainable environment.
Visit www.martindalesnutrition.com

MyFoodMyHealth
The mission of MyFoodMyHealth is to inspire, educate and provide tools that make it easier for busy individuals and families to manage multiple health conditions by eating delicious, healthy, whole foods. Headquartered in New York City, MyFoodMyHealth, Inc. was founded in 2007 by Caroline Nation, a practicing nutrition counselor in New York and London. The MyFoodMyHealth team includes more than 20 leading chefs, nutritionists and doctors who have a passion for food and share a commitment to helping people improve their health through better nutrition.
Visit www.myfoodmyhealth.com

ShopRite
ShopRite supermarkets are members of Wakefern Food Corporation, a retailer-owned cooperative with stores throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Delaware. ShopRite serves more than 4 million customers each week. A long time supporter of community efforts, ShopRite has been named the New Jersey Corporate Philanthropist of the Year by the Community Foundation of New Jersey. America’s Second Harvest Food Bank Network also has recognized ShopRite as the Grocery Distributor of the year for its ShopRite Partners In Caring program, a year-round initiative dedicated to fighting hunger in the communities served by ShopRite. Since its inception, ShopRite Partners In Caring has donated $15 million to more than 1,400 charities.
Visit ShopRite

Stop & Shop
Growing from a single corner grocer to a chain of more than 375 stores throughout New England, New York and New Jersey, Stop & Shop has offered its customers the best selection, quality and value for more than 90 years. Stop & Shop is proud to support thousands of local organizations including the NFCA, as they work to advance knowledge of celiac disease and the gluten-free diet.
Visit Stop & Shop

Store House Foods
Store House Foods is where you'll find high quality, freeze-dried food systems with options for budgets of all sizes and expert advice on emergency preparedness.
Visit www.storehousefoods.com

Trader Joe's Specialty Grocery Stores
Trader Joe's Specialty Stores are not your ordinary neighborhood grocery stores. Their shelves are stocked full of delicious foods and beverages from the basics like milk, bread and butter to more exotic fare like imported cheeses, organic produce and hand-tossed pizza from Italy.
Visit www.traderjoes.com

Vitacost.com
Vitacost.com, Inc. is a leading online retailer and direct marketer of health and wellness products, including gluten-free food, dietary supplements such as vitamins, minerals, herbs and other botanicals, amino acids and metabolites, as well as cosmetics, organic body and personal care products, sports nutrition and health foods. NFCA writes "The GREAT Life: Gluten-Free Updates from Celiac Central," a blog on gluten-free living for Vitacost.com visitors.
Visit Vitacost.com

Wegmans
Wegmans began in 1915 as a mom and pop grocery store in Rochester, NY. At Wegmans, we believe that good people, working toward a common goal, can accomplish anything they set out to do. In this spirit, we believe that we can achieve our goal only if we fulfill the needs of our own people and customers. Wegmans works carefully to fulfill the needs of their customers with food allergies, intolerances and with other dietary restrictions (such as celiac disease). With dedicated expertise in our Quality Assurance Test Kitchen and better computer systems, we’ve been able to keep the lists of products safe for those with diet restrictions current for our grocery, dairy and frozen foods areas. We add new products, discontinue others, and watch out for ingredient changes from suppliers.
Visit Wegmans

Wellness Grocer
Carries hundreds of gluten-free foods, and host a wealth of gluten-free information, including recipes and health notes.
Visit www.wellnessgrocer.com/gluten-free-c-1383.html

Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods Market was founded in Austin, Texas, when three local businessmen decided the natural foods industry was ready for a supermarket format. Our founders were John Mackey and Renee Lawson Hardy, owners of Safer Way Natural Foods, and Craig Weller and Mark Skiles, owners of Clarksville Natural Grocery. The original Whole Foods Market opened in 1980 with a staff of only 19 people. It was an immediate success. Whole Foods Market's vision of a sustainable future means our children and grandchildren will be living in a world that values human creativity, diversity, and individual choice. To better serve our patients with celiac disease, we've put together extensive lists of gluten-free products available at each Whole Foods Market location. As your partner in good health, we're committed to bringing you the highest quality products available for any diet.
Visit Wholefoods.com

 

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