100% of 2 votes say it's Celiac friendly

3670 W. Dublin-Granville Rd, Columbus, OH 43235 Directions

Gluten Free Features

  • Beer
  • Cider
  • Dessert

Categories

  • Dairy-Free
  • Grocery Store
  • Lunch
  • Natural Foods Store
  • Organic

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Celiac
5 days ago

Lots of gf options. In chilled section, they have gf prepared meals.

Celiac
2 weeks ago
Celiac friendly

Very good selection of Gluten Free food. Nice fresh fruits and vegetables (many organic). Most outstanding feature is definitely their fish market; always fresh and top quality. Liquor department stocks Gluten Free beer (I highly recommend Lake Front Brewing) and cider. Prices are definitely high, but if you’re an Amazon Prime member they have significant discounts on selected items.

3 weeks ago

I can always count on Whole Foods Market to have on their shelves the best quality gluten-free ingredients. I’ve been shopping at whole foods market since 1990!

4 weeks ago

Awesome selection of gluten free groceries, including multiple brands!

Not celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Huge store offering a variety of different gluten-free cereals and flour. Without oats and with gluten-free oats. I think celiacs find there a lot to have something to choose for breakfast.

Celiac
1 month ago
Celiac friendly

Soup and salad bar is marked very well for allergens. I have never got sick...

1 month ago
Celiac friendly

They have a good cracker and frozen foods selection especially for high-quality pasta and breaded items. I’m not impressed with its hot bar items. They have palatable frozen pastries and breads but they are a bit expensive and sometimes lack visual appeal because they are broken or have icicles. Once I bought a box of cookies and went to the car for a carb fest. I opened the box and every cookie was broken. I literally had nothing but crumbs and chocolate chips. I declined repurchase. This wasn’t an isolated incident. Whole Foods should be more careful with the shipping and handling of its gluten-free foods due to their composition and fragility. Unfortunately, Whole foods could do a little better with eliminating unnecessary wheat/gluten products from some ready-made meals; for example, wheat berries or croutons in salads; use tamari instead of soy sauce in marinades.

Celiac
2 months ago

Grabbed a gluten free prepared meal on the way to a restaurant where I knew I couldn’t eat anything. The Pad Thai-esque dish with zucchini noodles was quite good, but pricey. They also have cake from By the Way Bakery.

2 months ago

I shop here frequently. They have a ton of options! They also carry a selection of Cherbourg Cyprus desserts in the cold case.

Not celiac
2 months ago

Hot bar has very limited gluten free options, and even fewer gluten free proteins. Salad/cold bar has a bit more but when I’m getting prepared food I prefer hot. I was going to get a questionable sushi roll and a bottle of GF soy sauce (they don’t offer GF) but decided to go a couple minutes down the street to Wegmans instead.

Celiac
2 months ago

I would expect a better selection for a place like Whole Foods. Overall, I don't find it worth my time, except for the "Mybread" Pita bread in the GF frozen section. Otherwise, I don't find their options to be all that much better than a regular grocery store. And there definitely isn't any pre-made food that is celiac safe if you're looking for a meal on the go.

2 months ago

Kind of surprised that Whole Foods in-store restaurant can’t provide a list of allergen info of their menu items. The guy behind the counter had no clue what gluten free even meant. Wow, very disappointed.

Not celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

They have GF options for their restaurant area, sandwich bar, and sushi. The options are limited though and definitely no Celiac friendly. As a grocery store, they have several items that are GF and Celiac friendly.

Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

At most Whole Foods GF baked goods are in the freezer section....yup, bummer there is always very little in way of fresh GF baked stuff at WF’s

Celiac
2 months ago
Not celiac friendly

they did not have many gluten free options in the first place all i could get from the hot foods was mashed potatoes and then had a reaction directly after. definitely some cross contamination happening

Celiac
2 months ago

one of the only supermarkets in New York where I could find a decent pack of glutenfree (factory) bread. You can also buy glutenfree muffins (freezer), cookies, flour etc.

Celiac
2 months ago
Celiac friendly

Some deserts are really good but everything gf there is so overpriced.

Celiac
3 months ago
Celiac friendly

While I don't typically grocery shop here, the chain as a whole is a go-to and a godsend while traveling if you need gluten free or any other allergy free items. The buffet always has options, even in smaller stores like this one, and allergens are marked.

Celiac
4 months ago

Before it was Amazon-owned, I shopped at this WF weekly for most of my groceries. Since then, they no longer carry many of the GF items I used to purchase, including cereals, crackers, snacks. They have substituted other cereals and snacks that have more sugar and less protein than I used to get. Fortunately there are other stores in the area that now carry more products that are GF, unlike when this store first opened.

Celiac
4 months ago

They used to be great about listing ingredients. It’s kind of hit and miss now. Lately the food seems like it is not very fresh. It seems like the food sits for a long time.

Celiac
4 months ago

Great choices but pretty spendy.

Celiac
5 months ago

Not much choices... store disposition was strange.

Celiac
5 months ago

I talked to a chef making taco items who was very rude and unwilling to discuss options with me. He told me that nothing in the made to order, pre-packaged, salad bar area was considered gluten free and said it as if it was absurd for me to not know that.

Celiac
6 months ago
Celiac friendly

Ate at the buffet/salad bar with no issues. I steer clear from items that are next to gluten items and therefore avoid CC issues. The store itself has a lot of GF items, especially in the frozen/refrigerated sections. Personal-sized cakes, breads, and cheesecakes!

Celiac
7 months ago
Celiac friendly

Hot food bar is all labeled if dishes contain wheat, and they have a decent variety of store brand, cheaper gf options.

Not celiac
8 months ago

Good selection of GF food at hot bar, you just have to be vigilant about reading all labels before you get something. And of course there are tons of gluten free options throughout the store.

Not celiac
9 months ago

The staff was awesome! Francisca asked about my sensitivity and created a separate work station for me. She’s great! Can’t say enough good things

Celiac
9 months ago

Good for GF groceries. Would be nice if they specified whether their prepared foods are GF. Nice cooked stuff and salad bar but celiacs can’t touch.

Celiac
9 months ago
Celiac friendly

Good old Whole Foods. They carry plenty of delicious GF brands, even Beyond Bread breads. Great for stocking up your kitchen or for a picnic in the park

Celiac
9 months ago

Love the salad & hot food bar at whole foods. All the items are marked with allergens & there’s very few items with gluten so comfortable with the cross contamination risk of a salad bar. Just just fill your take out box with roast meats, hot sides & salads

Celiac
10 months ago

Great selection. They have gluten free ravioli in the fresh section and they are so good!

Celiac
10 months ago
Celiac friendly

There are many opción gluten free but NO a lot

Celiac
11 months ago
Not celiac friendly

They make no effort to keep any prepared foods away from contamination such as placing crusty bread on top of the salad bar with crumbs falling everywhere, etc. Labeling looks promising but if you look closely they are often wrong, not matching up with actual food, many don't have allergens listed and use odd wording like graham instead of wheat. Overall, really frustrating that a supposedly healthy store makes zero effort to try and make their foods safe.

Celiac
11 months ago
Celiac friendly

Of all grocery stores, I find Whole Foods to be one of the most gluten free friendly. Tons of good options. Just make you read the labels!

11 months ago
Celiac friendly

Great selection of gluten free items!

Celiac
1 year ago

No fresh gluten free items in the bakery. Very disappointing that the few gf items are frozen or bulk packaged.

Celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

They sell gluten free grocery items. I was told as for the buffet style food they can't guarantee it's gluten free because it's all made in the same kitchen.

Celiac
1 year ago

They have so many great packaged items but so disappointed they have no freshly prepared safe gluten free options. We live close and my husband and I eat here often but there are no safe items for our celiac kids. We would think a place like this would have its own counter or area for preparing safe food. Even the gelato wasn’t safe and the employee had no idea what I was talking about. Whole Foods needs to sept it up for having fresh food for gluten free and celiac people.

Celiac
1 year ago

Able to stock up on GF snacks between airport and hotel. Added plus is the Target upstairs for other necessities and Total Wine in same shopping center.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Best selection of gluten free pasta and gluten free baking ingredients. They have some gluten free cereals that are not available at other stores. I shop here every week.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Couldn’t think if a better place for GF options. The staff is highly qualified to discuss your options. They go the extra mile to be helpful.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

There are so many gluten free options- from prepared food, fresh ingredients, pastas, breads, donuts, frozen items, crackers- you name it! We have even stopped in here for a gf cheesecake (mini rounds) before movies! Awesome! 🙌👏👍

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Great salad and hot bar, with clearly labelled ingredients. Wide range of snacks and baked goods, also, so very easy to find something to grab.

Celiac
1 year ago

Unless your looking for over priced frozen bread,cake or cupcakes - Don’t wast your time. Very disappointing selection.

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Good place! Some initial problems to understand the gluten free foods

Celiac
1 year ago

Every item on their hot bar has listed ingredients so it’s super easy to be sure you’re getting a gf meal in a buffet style setting.

Not celiac
1 year ago

They have gluten free calamari, gluten free roll options for burgers and all of the gluten free items labeled appropriately on their menu. They have about 6 different flavors of chicken wings that were all gluten free! Their French fries aren’t gluten free but they offer a salad as a side choice instead!

1 year ago

Stopped carrying their gluten free buns. Don’t have a dedicated fryer. They have salad though?

Celiac
1 year ago
Celiac friendly

Lots of good gluten free options, including WFM bakery line items that are delicious. A little pricey though.

Celiac
1 year ago

This review is for “The Kitchen Counter” at this Whole Foods Market. I enjoyed a gluten free made to order burger (avocado, grilled onion, grilled mushroom, beef). One of the workers, whose son has celiac disease, offered to make me sweet potato fries from scratch in the back so that there wouldn’t be any cross contamination risk with fryer oil. My husband said his balsamic salmon risotto with roasted vegetables was delicious. I also enjoyed a glass of wine. James ordered a Gold Rush which was super tasty.

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