- A designated gluten free section makes it easier to find with natural and organic products
- Gluten-free tags on hundreds of products across the entire store, including snacks, meals and ingredients you need to cook a gluten-free meal from scratch
Giant Foods has an adequate if not outstanding offering of GF foods. They do indeed have a GF section in one aisle. It would be great if, like some of its grocery competitors, it put some GF stickers on its shelf tags to make them easier to spot in other areas of the store, i.e. soups, pasta.
This grocery store has 1/2 of an isle dedicated to gluten free items and lots of other gf items throughout the store.
Getting better all the time. We used to rely heavily on trips to Wegmans and Trader Joe's for staples like bread and snacks for lunches. More and more, they have our favorites and some fun surprises every now and then too including GF cupcakes and cookies in the bakery section.
Giant has a wide variety of gluten free products in a designated gluten free isle, as well as other products clearly labeled throughout the store.
They are pretty good at providing the things I need to stay gluten free. The only problem is that the different items are spread around in different aisles. The things you might use for cereal are in one place. And the things you would use for other reasons in a different. I have found it hard to find polenta (not the prepared variety) or buckwheat flour, which I would think many people mot eating gluten free would like to have also.
Great has a gluten free freezer section too
Grocery store has many gluten free items!
If you go in the door and turn left, you end up in a great GF section! I was amazed, as I haven't lived in Maryland in about 10 years, but there were tons of options, including things like Annie's Bunny Fruit Snacks that I really only thought you could get at Whole Foods. The rest of the store is a little sad, but they're obviously making a big effort!
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