In the Whole Foods gluten free section they have bake at home croissants without ingredients labels on them. The croissants have gluten in them and I could only find one single box out of over 20 that had a label on it. I just wanted to warn everyone who goes to whole foods as this is obviously very dangerous to anyone with a serious gluten allergy.
— Not Much
Some deserts are really good but everything gf there is so overpriced.
has all the GF food items you can think of, on the aisles.
nothing is guaranteed on the self-help bars, though. but you know the drill.
I did some gluten free shopping around dinner time so thought I’d see if any of the self serve items were safe. I was able to create a salad but they only had 1 gluten free ranch dressing available. I also found a chicken leg not made with any gluten. Everything else was slim pickings for celiacs. However I have since purchased an incredible variety of gf foods for groceries. Feel so much more at ease knowing I can expand my options.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
Lots of good gluten free groceries and personal care items. When I asked, they advised that none of their fresh made food could be considered gluten free because of their open kitchen concept and pizza station. I chanced some veggies once and got sick later, so I should have heeded the warning.
— Not at all
Great salad/hot food bar at lunchtime. Allergens are clearly labeled. Many fresh GF options in the bakery section as well.
They carry lots of GF brands. Love most of the Feel Good Foods products in the frozen section, especially the frozen mozzarella sticks! Also have GF tortellini in the cheese area.