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I'd give a zero if I could. No GF section. No helpful people. They have u a list of all their gf which is basically all naturally occurring gf things save for 1 cereal, 2 soups and one gf frozen pizza. This place is awful and always packed so you're too rushed to read labels. Horrible!!! AVOID!!!!
TJs has many items that are gluten free but unfortunately a lot of their pre-packaged things could be made gluten free and they are not. Have to read the labels on everything. That said they have very reasonably priced and yummy gluten free bread. Just as good as Canyon Bakehouse
My go-to grocery store. Very inexpensive if you know how to shop. Favorites: Organic bananas $0.29 each GF multigrain or brown rice bread $3.99 GF Buttermilk pancake/waffle mix $3.99 GF Joe Joe's (oreos) $3.99 GF chocolate cupcakes (4) $3.99 GF chocolate chip, chococolate chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, or meringues $3.99 GF frozen waffles $1.99 GF frozen pizza $5 Almond milk $2-3? GF pasta ($3-4?) Sunflower butter $4-5 Almond butter $7.99 I could go on but you should go on my blog for more. Just do NOT get the berries (mainly strawberries and cherries). They are not kept well and often have mold. All the other fruit and veggies are great though.
TJ's list of gluten free foods is expanding. Just recently they have come out with their own line of sandwich bread, hamburger and hot dog buns. Their large cupcakes are to die for. Their mini cupcakes, for some reason, are not as tender and tasty as the large ones. I have tried the hamburger rolls and find them to be tasty, light, and at least half the price of Udi's per unit. I'm excited to go back and try the sandwich breads.
Well, they used to be five star a gluten-free grocery store. Now, not so much. I used to go through the aisles and say "no, Christine, do not buy the produce because it goes bad quickly." And always give in.. and my fruits and vegetables would be bad within two days. Now, you can find me bypassing produce and then sifting endlessly through products reading the backs of the packaging just to find something -anything- I can eat. Recently, they removed the gluten-free aisle labels, making it difficult to find gf options. Then, if you finally find a product labeled gluten-free, make sure you also check the back of the packaging to make sure it is in fact gluten-free and made a gluten-free facility. No thanks. Whole Foods ... Harris Teeter ... Farm Fresh.. Etc are where it's at.
When asked about their gluten free items at checkout, the cashier briefly walked away and came back with a four page printout of specific store items and info. They have also been very helpful and knowledgable when I have questions for them in the aisles.
I wish they would put all their GF options in one section but perhaps it wouldn't be that big. :p Their GF frozen pizza is the best I've tried as well as their crispy chocolate chip cookies. But that's really it. Besides the gf penne and brown rice tortillas (which taste like paper), they now stock GF flour. most of their marinated meats have gluten so stay clear. And, if you are GFCF, TJs is a quick stop for a few things. Unfortunately their coconut creamer has been bad every time I bought one so never again.
Decent selection. They have list of GF items at customer service which is GREAT! Seasonal pumpkin pancake mix is awesome.
Cheap, high quality, and delicious. My go-to spot for pastas, snacks, and other wheat-free treats.