Gluten Free Supermarket Shopping

America’s supermarkets will almost certainly be your primary source of gluten free food. Many of them provides lists of ‘safe’ products, sections of the store devoted to gluten free food, or shelf labels that simplify our shopping tasks. Almost invariably, supermarket prices are lower than those in health food stores or specialty shops.

Some supermarket chains operate stores using several different store names but shsare one list of gluten free ingredients. To help you find the appropriate ingredients list, I have placed information like “see Kroger” or “see Raley’s” after some store names. I printed these store names in black to these names are not active links. You must go to the name of the supermarket chain (Kroger or Raley’s) to get the information you need.

Baker’s (see Kroger) / Bell-Air (see Raley’s) / City Market (see Kroger) /

Dillon’s (see Kroger) / Food for Less (see Kroger) / Foods Company (see Kroger) /

Fred Meyer (see Kroger) / Fry’s (see Kroger) /Gerbe’s (see Kroger) /

Jay C Food Stores (see Kroger) / King Soopers  (see Kroger) /

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KROGER /Hannaford /  Meijer / Nob Hill (see Raley’s) / Owen’s (see Kroger) /

Pay Less (see Kroger) /  QFC (Quality Food Centers)(see Kroger) /  

Ralph’s (see Kroger) / RALEY’S  / Safeway

Sprouts Farmers Markets /

Smith’s (see Kroger)Trader Joe’s / Wegmans / Whole Foods