Their corn tortilla chips have an allergy warning in a different place and different font from the ingredient labels. Got a gluten allergy from these and corporate is not interested in coming in line with food regulations. Do not trust this store for anything!
— Not at all
— No gluten-free information on the menu
It's a grocery store. But a nice one with many gluten free options including some brands I've never seen before. Well worth a visit.
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu
Sprouts carries some GF products. It is a good source for Boars Head meats and uses a dedicated slicer. They also keep a nice variety of Canyon Bakehouse breads and other miscellaneous items.
How hard is it to offer gluten free bread for your sandwiches??
Do not call yourself a health food store when you can’t even make the tiniest effort.
They were rude when I asked if they had gluten free bread
I can almost always find the GF things I need here. I am not sure why a rating 6 years ago brought the rating down 😂. Almond cheese does not have anything to do with GF safety, in my opinion. For me it is a dietary prescription, not a ‘lifestyle choice.’
This is my favorite place to shop for all my gluten free needs. Everything is clearly labeled and it feels no matter where I am in the store there is something for me. With so many options that are certified gluten free I feel welcomed here. They even sell a gluten free magazine that have articles around what is happening that can benefit those who need to be gluten free. I have done comparison shopping with other close grocery stores and I really love the pricing that they offer as well.
This is my neighborhood grocery store. They’ve the best selection of gf items here beating out Whole Foods in many ways. Every item in the store is tagged and gluten free items have a special color. It’s great!
Visiting area from OH, so I preordered a grocery list to be delivered to my sister's home in Queen Creek. I was extremely satisfied by the options in-store as well as online that were available. I was also pleased with the delivery service and how much it helped with having food already waiting for me when I arrived at my destination at 9pm. No need to rush to store for breakfast!
A little pricey, but the only place I’ve been able to find GF hot dog and hamburger buns. They have a great selection of varied GF products and they are always adding more. It’s nice that they label it GF friendly too! Lots of vegan and vegetarian GF options as well! They’ve gotten much better with their selection over the last year.
Recently discovered that I am Celiac and Sprouts in general has been a huge help! This one is close to my university and has a lot of items for me to eat. I love all the choices there are and always try to pick out something new when I go!
This store is fantastic for finding time of gluten free food. Canyon bakehouse bread is my go to!!
If you have celiac, stay AWAY from the store packed sausage. I bought some of the chorizo and the Italian sausage because the ingredients all checked out, but 30min after cooking and eating it I suffered from the horrible consequences. After some research, I've discovered that they store the meat next to wheat containing items, so it is not actually gluten free.
Overall this store is great, so I'm giving a 5star review. just be careful about the meat packed in store. I've been totally fine with the deli sliced ham and chicken and cheese, but the sausage is something I'll never be eating again.
The Sprouts brand GF bread is the best GF bread ever. This is probably the most GF friendly grocery store. Staff is very knowledgeable and they regularly have GF sales. It's kind of hard to find ready made food here unless you do the salad bar.
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