I finally tried grocery shopping at Aldi's and was pleasantly surprised by the prices of the gf buns, wraps, crackers, bread, etc. My most favorite item was their gf tortilla chips that actually taste like Cooler Ranch Doritos (my non-gf husband kindly verified for me :) ) Definitely check them out! Be sure to bring a quarter to deposit for the grocery cart (odd, I know) and your own grocery bags.
ALDI Grocery store has a line of GF foods including granola and protien bars, pasta, crackers, chips, cookies, flour, baking mixes, and special buy items like breakfast sandwiches, waffles, pizza, etc.
Most affordable place for a wide range of gluten free items. The Live GFree brand is half the price of name brand items and I personally think they taste better most of the time. Most of the time my overall bill is cheaper than buying everything at Walmart. Aldi is awesome!
Decent selection of gluten free foods (cookies, baking mixes, pasta, breads and wraps soups etc.) with their Live G-free line. They’re good about labeling other foods as gluten free when applicable as well. Very inexpensive but the selection can vary.
Lots of house brand gluten free products at reasonable prices. The Live GF fried onion rings in the round container are fantastic. I cannot get them in N California, they are 3-4 times as expensive on Amazon, so I take several home if we have room. There are not a lot of name brand items, but there are other places to get those.
Many Gluten Free grocery items offered at unbeatable prices. Their private label brand “liveGfree” includes many Gluten Free staples including frozen foods, baking mixes, cereals, snacks, etc. They also have many other private label items that are clearly labeled when Gluten Free. Their web site is incredibly helpful by clearly listing many other Gluten Free foods. Shopping at ALDI can significantly decrease your Gluten Free grocery costs.
This is a relativley new grocery store and it carries many basic gluten free items at the best prices in town. The pizza crust mix is really good, although I like thin crust best and so make 2 pizzas out of one box mix instead of one as the directions call for. Good pasta, cereal, crackers, chips, salad dressings, etc. I go there once a month and stock up. some items are in a gluten free section and some are scattered throughout the store.
The LiveGFree line of foods is amazing. Frozen sandwiches, pizza, pasta, cookies, bars, baking mixes, wraps, bread, etc. Check out the store during May, when they expand their selection for Celiac Awareness Month. The cheesecake sampler is amazing.
Aldi's carries a line called G-Free and has several products. I like the white bread, wraps, pretzels, and cornbread mix. They also carry pasta, cookie mixes, pancake mix (GF Bisquick is better), flour, cake mix. The prices are very reasonable.
This is a great grocery chain that carries gluten free products. I have celiac's and found this store in the Midwest. I am happy they are expanding their market area to the West. We drove from AZ to get some products. my aunt was happy to get items from Germany.
ALDI is one of my favourite places to shop for Gluten Free foods. Their liveGfree line helps me buy food and save money at the same time. There are both hits and misses with products, but I'm very happy overall with visiting ALDI for my gluten free purchases.
Aldi is the best! Not only is it the cheapest grocery store around, but they label everything... If it says "gluten free" you can know it's safe. Makes it super easy to shop. They also have a large selection of LiveGFree brand GF items like breads, wraps, flours, cake mixes, cookies, frozen foods, etc. If you've never shopped here before, there's a few things you should know: 1- Bring a quarter to unlock your shopping cart. You will get it back when you return the cart at the end of your trip. 2- Bring your own grocery bags. Or, you can buy them there (located under the conveyer belt at each register). Boxes on the shelves are also fair game to use as bags. Sometimes they will have a large bin of boxes for the taking. 3- They do not accept credit cards so bring cash, a check, or debit card. They do accept EBT. Once you get used to the store layout you will start to see how the stock rotates on availability. At first this was frustrating but now I actually enjoy it. It adds more variety and is fun to see what new things they have each week - typically seasonal, but it varies. Don't be afraid of the store brand- it's just as good as name brand and they even have a money back guarantee if you don't like something. They also have a nice selection of natural foods and organic products.
Honestly THE GREATEST place I've found yet for GF staples.. they now carry breads, wraps, cookies, crackers, all types of baking mixes and even gf pizzas in the freezers... and the best part is it's all incredibly inexpensive!
This grocery store has just started carrying a variety of gluten free grain items, including bread, wraps, pasta, baking mixes and breakfast bars. They are tasty, and with the right culinary touch, delicious. The prices are VERY good.