Diet and Nutrition

The Best Places to Buy Cheap Gluten-Free Foods

The Best Places to Buy Cheap Gluten-Free Foods

Though celiac disease is quite common, the only way to manage the symptoms is by going on a strict gluten-free diet. In the past, eating gluten-free was expensive and the food was hard to find and just plain tasteless.

As more cases of celiac disease and gluten intolerance cropped up, shoppers started to look for ways to find foods they need at reasonable costs. Today, supermarkets and specialty stores are now gold mines with gluten-free foods.

But, where are the best places to get these foods? Where should patients start looking once they're diagnosed?

The following are the best stores to get gluten-free food at affordable prices. Make sure to try out these options today!

Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s

Whole Foods and Trader Joe's carry many foods that are gluten-free, but if you don’t have access to either of these stores (and they are a bit pricey) take heart. There are supermarkets with a variety of gluten-free foods. Local stores are not your only options.

Order gluten-free products via the internet or by mail. Try out the up-and-coming food kit options; they have gluten-free foods, too.

There are also some internet options you can take.


Another online place to find gluten-free foods at reasonable prices is Amazon. Look for gluten-free products by brand, type, and prices. No matter what gluten-free options you are looking for, you will find them on Amazon. Watch for free shipping on orders over $35.00 and join Amazon Prime to save more.


You can find great deals on gluten-free items online at eBay. Narrow your search based on what you want, the price and locations. Don't worry, you don’t have to “bid” on the gluten-free foods you want.

Kinnikinnick Foods Inc

Kinnikinnick Foods, Inc. manufactures gluten-free foods in its dedicated gluten-free facility. They have a huge selection of gluten-free products. Kinnikinnick specializes in bread products, buns, muffins, rolls, and frozen waffles plus donuts.


They have a website where you can see what foods they have in their local stores. Order your gluten-free foods online, pick it up at their convenient pickup areas, and you are well on your way to good health.

The Kroger Company

Kroger owns many food chains throughout the county, and all of them have a list of gluten-free products sold in their stores and online. Some chains owned by Kroger include Fred Meyer, Ralphs, Dillon’s, Smith’s Food and Drug, pay Les Supermarkets, Food 4 Less, City Market, Jay C Foods and several more.

Read on to find other gluten-free options that are not only tasty, but also affordable.

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