Trader Joe's

2 ratings $

1280 West Broadway, Hewlett, NY 11557 Directions

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8 years ago

When you walk in ask for a list of GF products. this is a must beacuse it's difficult to find the GF label on the products. prices are very reasonable as well.

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Celiac
6 days ago

LOVE their bread and bagels! They have great egg fettuccine in the fresh section, and great speciality pumpkin gluten free products

1 week ago
Celiac friendly

Their GF bagels and breads are amazing. Corn chips are delish!

Not celiac
1 week ago
Celiac friendly

Love the gf granola, cookies and ciders

4 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

They don’t have as big of a selection of food as Whole Foods and New Seasons, so I only shop here occasionally. They do have some good GF food though and it is definitely a good option for gluten free grocery shopping.

1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Friendly staff, really good gf everything bagels, amazing dairy free chocolate ice cream made from coconuts (like the best I’ve ever had in my life). Good gf dairy free coconut yogurt. A lot of organic fruit. I still don’t understand where to get in line but that’s probably just me.

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

They gave me a list of everything that was gluten free from their store. It was very helpful and they were very nice. I would definitely recommend this store and ask for the celiac safe list.

2 months ago
Celiac friendly

One of the better grocery stores with GF options including bread, flour, and snacks. Lacking in options for sauces and desserts.

Celiac
2 months ago

For those who have an allergy to gluten I would not recommend it .There is nothing that is certified gluten free. ELisa

3 months ago
Celiac friendly

I NEVER have a parking problem at this Trader Joe’s. It’s crowded but I always park away from the front door. I never have to circle the parking lot, and there are parking attendants to assist guests. Anyhow, they have a nice selection of high-quality products that are certified gluten-free. I wish there were more crackers. I love their bread selection. The seasonal hamburger buns are unbelievably good! They are spongy and flavorful.

Celiac
3 months ago

Great store for gluten-free! Staff are helpful too.

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

I’ve trusted trader joes brand products more than any others because they consistently list any allergens under the ingredients, as well as any potential for cross-contamination. Management was also very responsive after I explained that their gluten free rice panko could not be placed next to paper sacks of flour and on my shopping trip (and all subsequent) their gluten free baking products were thoroughly wiped clean and reorganized to be together on the top shelf while their flour remained on the bottom shelf.

Celiac
4 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Be careful when buying their gluten-free or vegan products. I always see, May contain traces of wheat, May contain milk, soy, eggs and tree nuts.

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

We found the prepared salads to be our saving grace while on vacation. They made for healthy and easy take and go GF lunches. We found a few items at TJ’s that we don’t have in Illinois which was a treat. One of our favorite was the GF mini cupcakes!

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

My go to store for GF items. The nicest staff ever! Love me some TJ’s! Parking is tight... but there is more parking behind the storeZ

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

The gluten free everything bagel is excellent and is the closest to a regular everything bagel that I can find . I will be back for more .

Celiac
4 months ago
Celiac friendly

Gluten free bread, cupcakes, bagels, fettuccine, cookies, frozen meals, Oreos, and lots more! I love their selection and they have a purple and yellow tag on selected GF items so you don’t miss it!

Celiac
5 months ago
Celiac friendly

My favorite grocery store is out many GF options. And great prices

Celiac
6 months ago
Celiac friendly

Anything labeled gluten free must test under 20ppm. Walnuts, almonds and pecans are safe for celiacs-no shared equipment used to process. If you ask, they will call to verify how an item is processed having an answer in 5-10 minutes.

7 months ago

I only go there for store brand bagels and sandwich bread. I’ll stock up and freeze what i buy so i can make less trips there. Unfriendly staff, parking is a nightmare and no fresh prepared GF food. It’s great if you’re eating organic, not GF.

Not celiac
8 months ago
Celiac friendly

They have several GF options that are Celiac friendly as well. Their price points for the products are way more reasonable than several other places as well.

Celiac
8 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Gluten free labeled food...made on shared equipment. Got so sick.

Celiac
8 months ago
Celiac friendly

The Trader Joe's brand of GF bread is amazing. They have so many snacks and GF food items. Must go!

9 months ago
Celiac friendly

So many gluten free products and they are all good! They make great gf bread, bagels, pizzas, baking mixes, pancakes, cookies, mini cupcakes ! Even great gf egg noodles and brown rice noodles.

Celiac
9 months ago
Celiac friendly

they have lots of good gluten free options but their gluten free cookies are the best thing i’ve ever had. they taste normal and i can’t stop eating them !!!

Celiac
10 months ago

I was so excited to get gluten free food from here. I had fresh bagels and bread that were delicious. However I started noticing I had a really bad stomach ache and nausea. I tried to brush it off because I don’t want to always assume it’s from gluten. After further research it turns out not all of their equipment is safe and there’s high probability of cross contamination. Spent a week sick :/.

Celiac
10 months ago
Celiac friendly

Some GF food options at better prices

Celiac
10 months ago

They are no longer at this location

Celiac
10 months ago

Trader Joe’s has brought in a lot of gf options, now including bagels and hamburger buns.

Celiac
11 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Their gluten-free bread is almost better than their wheat bread I used to eat. Their website has a list of everything that's GF. Labeling saying so can be tricky to find. Edit: Been getting a reaction from the tortilla chips the last 2 times I had them, so steer clear if you're sensitive. Took away a star. Second Edit: It's disappointing to say, but I've since had a several reactions to a few of their processed foods, not just the chips. Lowered to 1 star.

Not celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

Lots of great gluten free options for everyone.

Not celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

Great selection of GF foods that kids will like too. Have a list of GF items. Many products are not labeled GF but they are.

Not celiac
1 year ago

Many gf baked goods. I love the slices loaf of bread in the green bag. Noticed they put out new varieties of Gf bagels the other day. Their chocolate chip cookies are the best. Also my favs Gf pancake mix (pumpkin for holidays), stuffing mix, flour, noodles, chips, breads, bagels, some frozen items like breaded chicken but be careful to look for the Gf approval I’ve found that even if there is no wheat listed I still don’t feel well.

Not celiac
1 year ago

Opened in September- like other stores offers fresh produce, GF pasta, desserts, bread, bagels, pancake (frozen and mix) etc.

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

This is by far my favorite grocery store. They have a hand out that lists all gluten free options, and then most applicable items are also labeled GF too. And the staff is so helpful and friendly!

Not celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

I’ll give them 1 star because you can’t give zero. Corporate ignored 3 email requests for info, only after I blasted them in social media did they respond in writing with corporate garble. The basis of their business is pre-packaged veggies and fruits, and it’s not unusual to coat them with gluten because of glutens preservative qualities. They would not answer the question even after being asked three times in writing “ are your pre-packaged items coated in gluten”? Stay away at all costs, they have very little that is gluten free anyway.

Celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

Don’t be fooled by this place Very expensive and very few gluten free options

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Great GF products!!! Try their GF breads, baking mixes and frozen chicken nuggets and Mac & cheese.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Heaven for anyone with celiac, gluten intolerance, or just choosing to avoid gluten! Bit pricey though tbh

Not celiac
1 year ago

I love trader joes! I put off going for awhile because I found it overwhelming at first (usually crowded) but then I took the time to walk through and found a lot of really great gluten free and dairy free items. The gf flatbread is great and the best part is most things are decently priced. I'm addicted now!

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

So much cleaner and better managed than Safeway, however, their GF options are limited and nothing is labeled. Safeway is poorly managed and maintained, and not an enjoyable shopping experience in the least, however, if you’re new to the area or just dropping in and looking for a simpler shopping trip accompanied by clearly marked “Gluten Free” labels, Safeway is a smarter choice. Because most everything is Trader Joe’s brand, very few items come up on my GF app, “The Gluten Free Scanner” (full version). Sure, you can read labels, but as a severe Celiac I need to know the conditions under which food has been handled or processed to ensure that I don’t get sick. I tend to follow the “Certified Gluten Free” labels for anything processed, but as far as I’ve seen, you won’t find anything in TJ’s. So far, so good, though! I can eat [most of] the meats here without contamination and tend to eat a more whole food diet, anyhow, with no issues. (I say “most of” because I’ve only tried chicken, stew meat, and shredded meat from TJ’s, but as a former Floridian who was constantly contaminated by Publix’s meat department, it’s so nice to not get sick from the food you cook at home...) I hope this can help your shopping experience! Best Wishes, Sara

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

My son was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease, and Trader Joe’s has been a life saver! There are so many gluten-free products available, and they are easy to find with just a little effort. There is a great list of GF products on the website, and if you aren’t quite sure whether something is GF or not, the staff will call and check. The GF bread is delightful - truly the only bread I’ve found so far that isn’t horrible. Just wish there was a store closer to Durham!

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Great selection, helpful and friendly staff

Celiac
1 year ago

I shop here all of the time.Read the labels for allergens, but a great selection for individual meals. This is one of my favs.

1 year ago

Found only a loaf of bread. Not even one breakfast cereal. When I asked an employee, I got a shrug and “gluten-free is mixed in”

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

The GF cupcakes are delicious!!! You can’t even tell they are GF!

Not celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

They have a list up front of gluten free foods they carry. There are many options.

Not celiac
1 year ago

Very helpful staff! Gluten cookies and cupcakes are delicious!

Celiac
1 year ago

Not too many gf vegan options. I got sick from eating sprouted brown rice. I would only eat items that state gluten free here.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Friendliest grocery staff in town! Many budget friendly GF options. Will provide you with a list of all GF options in the entire store if you ask. Always go out of their way to provide a GF treat for kids with allergies at the sample station. **Would like to see more paleo friendly options.

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