The pre made sushi states that no gluten ingredients were used, but chance of cross contamination from shared surfaces.
So many options within the store, freezer section and prepared foods. Very impressed. I always want to buy everything!
Wegmans now offers Gluten Free Subs at their sub station! I was really excited about this when I first saw the sign. Although, I was disappointed by the customer service I received when I asked for a GF roll for my sub. I told the worker I did have an allergy and at first the worker refused to make the sub since I had an allergy and she couldn’t promise cross contamination. I asked if she could still make it and use a new paper for the sub and change her gloves, she did. I asked for mayo in which she used the same spatula that was in the mayo container that was used on all the other subs. I also did not ask for it to be cut in half which she automatically did using the same knife that cut the gluten bread for the customer in front of me... I was not happy. Next time I will make it clear to the worker I do not want mayo and I do not want the sub cut. Wegmans can do better than this so I will take it as a one off with an uneducated worker on food allergies.
I’ve never been so excited to eat Chinese food as I was the day i discovered I could have General Yao’s Chicken from the hot food section of Wegmans. So many GF choices and the labels are super clear, so no guess work. The bakery also has ready made GF celebration cakes. They very best bread I’ve found was also at Wegmans.
Wegmans grocery store has made some good improvements for gluten-free options. Their entire Sushi line is gluten free. Before I gluten free, there is no way I tried sushi. But now, it's heaven. Wegmans claims that all sushi in their store is gluten free. The other thing that Wegmans has started to do is make some good Bakery options. There is a small section of cakes, puddings and oatmeal breakfast treats. They also have a shelf full of all different types of cookies. They really have made a good selection the last couple of months that is available to Gluten Free People. a lot of their products are also gluten-free in all departments. They have a great Hooten free aisle, which contains most of the better-known companies for gluten free. I gave it a four stars only because I wish that there were some other options in their prepared food section. For example, they have no bun available for celiac people at the sub shop. They don't even give an option to have it made on a bed of lettuce. They also could do some more on their fresh food line. They have just a couple of options, like 4, which I appreciate but it would be nice to have another few items, in particular main entree options, on that prepared Food Bar.
This location has expanded, consolidated and reorganized their GF/allergy free section and it is AMAZING! The selection is huge. It's actually overwhelming! Brands and varieties that I've never seen in real life before. It's all located in the old "Nature's Marketplace" section, near the Health & Beauty section. Seriously worth a road trip if you're not in the area. Amazing!! 😍😍
Hot/cold bar labels clearly state items that are made with no gluten containing ingredients. I was skeptical about how many Asian options they have but verified they are gluten free! Hardly ever looks like food is misplaced or “stray” pieces go into other dishes.
This is a great grocery store and cafe for GF food! They have a large grocery selection of frozen and packaged GF foods. In their cafe area, their sushi is made without any gluten containing ingredients (even the soy sauce) and their buffet items are labeled.
They recently added signs saying all their sushi is made with no gluten-containing ingredients. While the preparation area is not guaranteed to be safe, since all their sushi is GF there is a low chance of contamination. I just had sushi for the first time since my Celiac diagnosis and have had no reaction. So happy to have found sushi I can eat! Their GF grocery section is also solid. The rest of the store runs too expensive for my weekly shopping, but I go there to get specific GF items and often buy them in bulk. I buy their Wegmans brand Wholesome granola bars by the box.
This is a grocery store not a restaurant, but they do have a lot of to-go food and it is labeled on the salad bars and food bars what contains gluten. They have several dedicated gluten free aisles as well within the grocery store.
So many options! Form gluten free sushi and soy sauce to an extensive selection of foods in the main store. All of their brand name food is clearly labeled with a gf or dairy or nut symbol with makes it very easy to shop there
In addition to having a large GF product section, the Market Cafe now has many GF offerings. While many of their sushi items have been GF for some time, they now offer many Asian food options and have other foods to choose from in the salad bar and Mexican bar. All items are clearly labeled. My wife and daughter who have Celiac have eaten here many times without any problems. In addition one of the managers told me they would be more than happy to prepare any item GF in the kitchen upon request.
They clearly label their gluten free items in the Food Court. I got a Spring Roll with Gluten-free sauce over the summer. They also have wonderful packaged Italian cookies in the bakery section. Great selection of Gluten Free items - products you can't find in other places.
Excellent selection of gluten-free items, including some that are hard to find (did you know that Mama Mary's has gluten-free pizza crusts? I didn't before I got to Wegmans!). Wegmans also has store brand GF items that are just as good as their brand equivalents, and most of the time at better prices.
Clear labeling, but employees have NO idea. I even asked one guy at the burrito kiosk and he didn't seem the least bit interested in checking or offering an intelligent response. Just said "I wouldn't know (if that's GF). You'll have to just figure it out." Ummmm, what?!? Sushi IS gluten free. GF soy sauce. Be careful of cross-contamination. And make sure to indulge in a GF adult beverage... They have a semi-decent selection.
I ate there twice in the span of two days and also got a to go order. First time in three years I've been able to have bread to dip in oil and it was the best! The bun didn't hold up but it was the best tasting and even reheated well in the microwave. After eating a basket of bread I could only eat half my sandwiches. One of the best burgers I've ever had and the bacon so good! The main thing I liked about the chicken was the bread. They had to cut the chicken in half and double it up. Four stars is because I ordered a to go salad and had a small reaction but could have been from something else.
I recently visited and was happy to hear almost all their sushi was GF. check to be sure but there are a lot of options. They also regularly introduce new GF options in the GF section of the store.
Hot and cold food bars in market area have well-marked food descriptions with GF label and ingredient disclosure. Wide selection including upscale options, organic, and international. Clean, well attended to by staff.
Lots of GF options for a supermarket. In the eat-in section, we love their wild caught Alaskan salmon sushi. They have a sign that says their sushi is made without gluten containing ingredients.
The most amazing GF selection of any grocery store I've ever been to, I absolutely 100% recommend...I just wish they had one closer to where I live now! If you go there for a meal, their pre-cooked food section also clearly marks food items not containing gluten. However, the signs always state that there are "no gluten ingredients" and imply that most of the food is prepared in shared prep areas. I've never gotten sick after eating there, but definitely something for those with high sensitivity to watch out for.
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