100% of 4 votes say it's Celiac friendly

424 Elden St, Herndon, VA 20170 Directions

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A great selection of GF foods — I do all my shopping here

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They have a good selection. I found GF grains here that I couldn't find at other stores. Took one star off because their prices seem higher than similar stores.

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Awesome selection!

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Great grocery store. Lots of gluten free options and really nice staff. Little bit expensive, but that's to be expected.

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Great!!

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Great grocery store for organic and GF options. Definitely a favorite.

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Against the Grain pizza is AMAZING. Great options throughout the store.

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Not a restaurant but a food market. There is a lunch bar called "Naked Lunch" in the same building where you can order freshly made, hot vegetarian and vegan entrees and salads. I got glutened before a few times at the lunch bar even when asking for dishes without things that shouldn't be cross-contaminated. The soups seem to be safe and they have fresh kombucha on tap. There are also a massive amount of gluten free options for gluten free shoppers. There is a dedicated gluten free section in both the dry and frozen sections and you can find gluten free items sprinkled throughout the store. Ready-made meals are available in the refrigerated aisle (across from the milk) if you are hungry for a snack but apprehensive about the lunch counter. The dry bread section also has gluten free options such as Canyon Bakehouse, Little Northern Bakehouse (gf and vegan), and some tortilla/buns. The beer and wine section has a few options too. I highly suggest Green's Tripel Blonde Ale as it's 8% alc/vol (oh yeah). You can also get Omission and Glutiny beers at this location. There are also local cider options that are gluten free. If you don't like beer, grab a bottle of wine. Something is always on sale! If you're having trouble finding a specific item, the customer service counter is right by the bread section. Someone is always there and willing to help. Definitely recommended!! Oh yeah. And there's free WiFi for guests!

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Natural food store with 100% of all produce organic. Excellent selection of GF foods. Also, options for GF refrigerated take out foods. Helpful and friendly staff.

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Wow! So impressed. A GF aisle with many, many brands, plus an entire section in the bread aisle that was GF. Highly recommended.

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More organics than Whole Foods

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Mom's has a good selection of gluten free groceries.

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At Mom's Organic Market they have lots of GF choices

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Food is dry and bad taste but eatable

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This new MOM's location has everything you've come to expect from the chain's grocery stores PLUS a cafeteria that is amazing. You can build your own vegetarian/vegan meal for about $10 from scratch. All the ingredients are out for you to see, and you can watch staff make your meal in front of you. Gluten-containing items do not directly touch any surface that your food is being prepared on, nor are they heated in the same place as your food. Same goes for dairy-containing items. They've done a really great job about being transparent about preparation and ingredients, and as a result I have never gotten sick. I highly recommend this location for its eatery alone, not to mention all the gf items in the grocery store itself!

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I can always count on MOM in Fairfax to have completely gluten free options and the cooked food is delicious. I never have any reactions!

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Best supermarket for gluten free vegan without a doubt :)

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It's a grocery store, but they do offer in-store coffee, tea and water and have some pre-made sandwiches and sides. Best price in Ezekiel bread in Frederick.

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Lots of gluten free foods! little expensive but well worth it. Gfree items that are hard to find else where.

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Loads of GF options. Great staff, too!

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Great selection. great store

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I am gluten, dairy, soy, egg, and cane sugar free. My daughter is a vegan. Three other "regulars". Reasonable prices. All happy. Full market with plenty of choices. No on site deli, bakery, or hot foods. There is a Mom's warehouse on the backside, go around the building to the market. You won't be disappointed!

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Great selection, friendly staff

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Great gluten free selection, but also very expensive.

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Small but packed with great stuff... sales in every area, and nice staff.

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well organized

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Great selection of GF products. Helpful staff.

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Great store! Very nice about getting things they do not have- which are very few. There bread, pasta, flour and alternative milk selections are wonderful .

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This location was expanded & now has an even better selection. Large selection of gluten free food at very competitive prices. Staff is very helpful & carries everyone's groceries to their car for them (unless you say you don't want them too of course). Store is very into green initiatives. They are powered by 100% wind power. They offer year round CFL light bulb & battery recycling. They don't sell bottled water. They recycle as much of the waste produced by the store as possible (ie boxes, etc). They recycled old Christmas lights before & after Christmas last year. This summer, they are collecting shoes (depending on condition, they will be given to local charities or sent to soles for souls for 3rd world countries), old eyeglasses & sunglasses for Lion's Club to be sent to 3rd world countries, & old ripped/torn jeans for recycling at some fiber reuse place out West. I think it is wonderful that a store takes the time & effort to collect, store, & mail these items to help divert them from the landfill & help the less fortunate. Only negative is that they have no wheelchairs or electric carts for disabled customers, even though they are now a fairly large local chain & the store staff say multiple people have requested them.

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