Monday, June 14, 2010

Gluten-free Food Shopping in Atlanta

There are many health food stores in the Atlanta area that stock gluten-free products. However, there are two that really stand out from all the others - Natural Foods Warehouse (in Duluth and Alpharetta) and Return to Eden in town. Both of those stores stock a tremendous amount of gluten-free products. In fact, non gluten-free shoppers might be a bit put off by all the gluten-free tags that line the shelves there. If you like to buy items by the case, you can get a discount by ordering from Return to Eden. We shop mostly at Natural Foods Warehouse for gluten-free items, even though it's over 12 miles from our house. Both Trader Joe's and Whole Foods have decent gluten-free product selections, though Whole Foods prices are on the high side. Publix and Kroger have some gluten-free products, including the gluten-free bread being test marketed by Nature's Own! If you haven't yet picked these great breads yet - you might want to give them a try.

Here is my thorough review of the shelf stable (that's right - not frozen!) gluten-free breads that are currently being test marketed in the Atlanta area.
Ingles is really stepping up their gluten-free game as well. In fact, their buyers are outdoing their competitors (Publix and Kroger) in terms of the quality of gluten-free products they are bringing in. All and all, the gluten-free set in Atlanta is really quite fortunate to have so many options for great food these days!


  1. Thank you for this post, this really helps as I need to become familiar with Atlanta in a gluten-free way now ;)

  2. Anne - I think Rainbow in Decatur might we worth taking a look at too. From what I hear, they are stepping up their gf game. I'll be posting a full list of stores on the site in the coming weeks. There are many terrific options for gf shopping here!


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