Gluten Free Grocery Stores: What local supermarkets sell gluten free foods?

It wasn’t long ago that the only gluten free foods available were from health food stores. And they weren’t cheap either. These days though, the big chain grocery stores all have their own gluten free products. And there are now whole aisles in our local supermarkets dedicated to food that’s gluten free.

Grocery stores such as Sainsbury’s, Asda and Tesco all have their own ‘Free From’ ranges, as well as carrying other gluten free brands. Definitely worth checking out are Sainsbury’s gluten free muffins: they’re moist and sweet and taste like the real thing. And with Christmas coming up fast, it’s worth stocking up on Sainsbury’s gluten free Christmas pudding and gluten free mince pies. These come highly recommended. Delicious!

Tesco’s is another grocery store with their own ‘Free From’ range. Some of our favourites include the gluten free double chocolate cake. As well as cupboard staples like gluten free brown bread and gluten free pitta bread.

Mrs Crimble's Gluten Free Chocolate Macaroons

Mrs Crimble’s Gluten Free Chocolate Macaroons

Another grocery store with a gluten free range is Asda. We particularly like Asda’s gluten free penne pasta and spirals pasta. These both cook really well and don’t disintegrate into a wallpaper paste consistency like some gluten free pastas.

All the high street grocery stores carry other gluten free brands such as Glutano, Kelkin, Tru Free, Orgran, and Juvela. Don’t forget to try Mrs Crimble as well, now available in most of the major supermarkets. The gluten free chocolate macaroons are amazing. But will you be able to stop at one?

What grocery stores stock your favourite gluten free products? Let us know.

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3 Responses to “Gluten Free Grocery Stores: What local supermarkets sell gluten free foods?”

  1. David Sones: 14th April 2016 at 7:18pm

    What shops in France sell gluten free cornflakes. Does anybody know?

  2. Gluten Free Guy: 15th April 2016 at 11:51am

    No idea I’m afraid David. You could try a big supermarket like Carrefour.

  3. Hendry McCann: 28th September 2017 at 2:54pm

    I have recently been diagnosed as WHEAT intolerant even after a blood test for Ceoliac Disease. My Doctor said that the test does not cover everything. I had been suffering with BLOATING for a few years and could not understand why I what was causing it.
    I now visit the “FREE FROM” section of my local supermarkets and I have found that Morrisons (Berwick upon Tweed) sell gluten free chipolatas that taste just the same as normal ones. Give them a try you’ll love them. I find that the other sausages, from all the supermarkets, are a bit messy to cook and taste a little different. Hope this helps someone.

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