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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

gluten free shopping: costco wholesale

two of the more obvious places to shop for gluten free groceries in Vancouver are Choices Market and Whole Foods, however Robyn and I are thrilled to have noticed that over the last five years (we were both diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005) gluten free products are not only increasing in number and variety, but also in availability. a few months ago I made a new gluten free product discovery, Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, which I found at Costco of all places. on a more recent shopping trip to Costco, and paying more attention, I discovered an impressive number of gluten free products. the following companies have select products at the Costco Wholesale in downtown Vancouver:



-Crunchmaster, rice crackers, the box actually says Certified Gluten Free. 
-Riceworks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps, labeled wheat and gluten free. 
-Kozy Shackrice pudding, not labeled on the box, but labeled gluten free on the individual cups.
-Freybe, gourmet and specialty deli meats, labeled gluten free. (only British Bangers are not gluten free)
-Grimm's Fine Foods, packaged meats, labeled gluten free and lactose free.
-Silk, soy milk, not labeled gluten free, we posted about it here.
-Balderson Cheese Company, we posted about it here.

one of the shopping features at Costco are the many sampling tables set up where you can try various foods and beverages, and lucky for me the last time I went one of the tables was serving Kozy Shack rice pudding! finally, a store sample I could actually try, so I tried it five times!

if you shop at Costco and find other gluten free products not mentioned here, please leave a comment and we will update the list. shopping at Costco is not everyone's cup of tea, but the savings are worth it, and saving on gluten free is even more incentive. Andrea.

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Cally said...

Yeah COSTCO! I emailed COSTCO when I returned from a trip to the States because they carried big bags of Mareblu Naturals trailmix (yummy!). I was wondering if our stores would carry them. (You can purchase these trail mixes in small bags at Capers or Choices, but they are very expensive.) I also thanked them for the gluten free products they do carry. Hey, I figure the more they hear from Celiac customers, the more likely they will be to carry products that we will purchase.

Cally said...

Just returned from COSTCO (downtown Vancouver). They have honking bags of Multigrain tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. I bought 2!! Yummy! Sad to see that they were not carrying the Taste of Nature Bars anymore....hmmm...time for another email to COSTCO.

Jane B. said...

Our Costco in Ontario carries Pacific Natural Foods chicken broth that is gluten free, according to Pacific's website. It's good, too.

Anonymous said...

Costco also carries organic quinoa, marked gluten free

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

gluten free shopping: costco wholesale

two of the more obvious places to shop for gluten free groceries in Vancouver are Choices Market and Whole Foods, however Robyn and I are thrilled to have noticed that over the last five years (we were both diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005) gluten free products are not only increasing in number and variety, but also in availability. a few months ago I made a new gluten free product discovery, Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, which I found at Costco of all places. on a more recent shopping trip to Costco, and paying more attention, I discovered an impressive number of gluten free products. the following companies have select products at the Costco Wholesale in downtown Vancouver:



-Crunchmaster, rice crackers, the box actually says Certified Gluten Free. 
-Riceworks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps, labeled wheat and gluten free. 
-Kozy Shackrice pudding, not labeled on the box, but labeled gluten free on the individual cups.
-Freybe, gourmet and specialty deli meats, labeled gluten free. (only British Bangers are not gluten free)
-Grimm's Fine Foods, packaged meats, labeled gluten free and lactose free.
-Silk, soy milk, not labeled gluten free, we posted about it here.
-Balderson Cheese Company, we posted about it here.

one of the shopping features at Costco are the many sampling tables set up where you can try various foods and beverages, and lucky for me the last time I went one of the tables was serving Kozy Shack rice pudding! finally, a store sample I could actually try, so I tried it five times!

if you shop at Costco and find other gluten free products not mentioned here, please leave a comment and we will update the list. shopping at Costco is not everyone's cup of tea, but the savings are worth it, and saving on gluten free is even more incentive. Andrea.

costco wholesale

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4 comments:

Cally said...

Yeah COSTCO! I emailed COSTCO when I returned from a trip to the States because they carried big bags of Mareblu Naturals trailmix (yummy!). I was wondering if our stores would carry them. (You can purchase these trail mixes in small bags at Capers or Choices, but they are very expensive.) I also thanked them for the gluten free products they do carry. Hey, I figure the more they hear from Celiac customers, the more likely they will be to carry products that we will purchase.

Cally said...

Just returned from COSTCO (downtown Vancouver). They have honking bags of Multigrain tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. I bought 2!! Yummy! Sad to see that they were not carrying the Taste of Nature Bars anymore....hmmm...time for another email to COSTCO.

Jane B. said...

Our Costco in Ontario carries Pacific Natural Foods chicken broth that is gluten free, according to Pacific's website. It's good, too.

Anonymous said...

Costco also carries organic quinoa, marked gluten free

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Tuesday, February 16, 2010

gluten free shopping: costco wholesale

two of the more obvious places to shop for gluten free groceries in Vancouver are Choices Market and Whole Foods, however Robyn and I are thrilled to have noticed that over the last five years (we were both diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005) gluten free products are not only increasing in number and variety, but also in availability. a few months ago I made a new gluten free product discovery, Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, which I found at Costco of all places. on a more recent shopping trip to Costco, and paying more attention, I discovered an impressive number of gluten free products. the following companies have select products at the Costco Wholesale in downtown Vancouver:



-Crunchmaster, rice crackers, the box actually says Certified Gluten Free. 
-Riceworks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps, labeled wheat and gluten free. 
-Kozy Shackrice pudding, not labeled on the box, but labeled gluten free on the individual cups.
-Freybe, gourmet and specialty deli meats, labeled gluten free. (only British Bangers are not gluten free)
-Grimm's Fine Foods, packaged meats, labeled gluten free and lactose free.
-Silk, soy milk, not labeled gluten free, we posted about it here.
-Balderson Cheese Company, we posted about it here.

one of the shopping features at Costco are the many sampling tables set up where you can try various foods and beverages, and lucky for me the last time I went one of the tables was serving Kozy Shack rice pudding! finally, a store sample I could actually try, so I tried it five times!

if you shop at Costco and find other gluten free products not mentioned here, please leave a comment and we will update the list. shopping at Costco is not everyone's cup of tea, but the savings are worth it, and saving on gluten free is even more incentive. Andrea.

costco wholesale

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4 comments:

Cally said...

Yeah COSTCO! I emailed COSTCO when I returned from a trip to the States because they carried big bags of Mareblu Naturals trailmix (yummy!). I was wondering if our stores would carry them. (You can purchase these trail mixes in small bags at Capers or Choices, but they are very expensive.) I also thanked them for the gluten free products they do carry. Hey, I figure the more they hear from Celiac customers, the more likely they will be to carry products that we will purchase.

Cally said...

Just returned from COSTCO (downtown Vancouver). They have honking bags of Multigrain tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. I bought 2!! Yummy! Sad to see that they were not carrying the Taste of Nature Bars anymore....hmmm...time for another email to COSTCO.

Jane B. said...

Our Costco in Ontario carries Pacific Natural Foods chicken broth that is gluten free, according to Pacific's website. It's good, too.

Anonymous said...

Costco also carries organic quinoa, marked gluten free

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

gluten free shopping: costco wholesale

two of the more obvious places to shop for gluten free groceries in Vancouver are Choices Market and Whole Foods, however Robyn and I are thrilled to have noticed that over the last five years (we were both diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005) gluten free products are not only increasing in number and variety, but also in availability. a few months ago I made a new gluten free product discovery, Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, which I found at Costco of all places. on a more recent shopping trip to Costco, and paying more attention, I discovered an impressive number of gluten free products. the following companies have select products at the Costco Wholesale in downtown Vancouver:



-Crunchmaster, rice crackers, the box actually says Certified Gluten Free. 
-Riceworks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps, labeled wheat and gluten free. 
-Kozy Shackrice pudding, not labeled on the box, but labeled gluten free on the individual cups.
-Freybe, gourmet and specialty deli meats, labeled gluten free. (only British Bangers are not gluten free)
-Grimm's Fine Foods, packaged meats, labeled gluten free and lactose free.
-Silk, soy milk, not labeled gluten free, we posted about it here.
-Balderson Cheese Company, we posted about it here.

one of the shopping features at Costco are the many sampling tables set up where you can try various foods and beverages, and lucky for me the last time I went one of the tables was serving Kozy Shack rice pudding! finally, a store sample I could actually try, so I tried it five times!

if you shop at Costco and find other gluten free products not mentioned here, please leave a comment and we will update the list. shopping at Costco is not everyone's cup of tea, but the savings are worth it, and saving on gluten free is even more incentive. Andrea.

costco wholesale

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4 comments:

Cally said...

Yeah COSTCO! I emailed COSTCO when I returned from a trip to the States because they carried big bags of Mareblu Naturals trailmix (yummy!). I was wondering if our stores would carry them. (You can purchase these trail mixes in small bags at Capers or Choices, but they are very expensive.) I also thanked them for the gluten free products they do carry. Hey, I figure the more they hear from Celiac customers, the more likely they will be to carry products that we will purchase.

Cally said...

Just returned from COSTCO (downtown Vancouver). They have honking bags of Multigrain tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. I bought 2!! Yummy! Sad to see that they were not carrying the Taste of Nature Bars anymore....hmmm...time for another email to COSTCO.

Jane B. said...

Our Costco in Ontario carries Pacific Natural Foods chicken broth that is gluten free, according to Pacific's website. It's good, too.

Anonymous said...

Costco also carries organic quinoa, marked gluten free

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

gluten free shopping: costco wholesale

two of the more obvious places to shop for gluten free groceries in Vancouver are Choices Market and Whole Foods, however Robyn and I are thrilled to have noticed that over the last five years (we were both diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005) gluten free products are not only increasing in number and variety, but also in availability. a few months ago I made a new gluten free product discovery, Kozy Shack Rice Pudding, which I found at Costco of all places. on a more recent shopping trip to Costco, and paying more attention, I discovered an impressive number of gluten free products. the following companies have select products at the Costco Wholesale in downtown Vancouver:



-Crunchmaster, rice crackers, the box actually says Certified Gluten Free. 
-Riceworks Gourmet Brown Rice Crisps, labeled wheat and gluten free. 
-Kozy Shackrice pudding, not labeled on the box, but labeled gluten free on the individual cups.
-Freybe, gourmet and specialty deli meats, labeled gluten free. (only British Bangers are not gluten free)
-Grimm's Fine Foods, packaged meats, labeled gluten free and lactose free.
-Silk, soy milk, not labeled gluten free, we posted about it here.
-Balderson Cheese Company, we posted about it here.

one of the shopping features at Costco are the many sampling tables set up where you can try various foods and beverages, and lucky for me the last time I went one of the tables was serving Kozy Shack rice pudding! finally, a store sample I could actually try, so I tried it five times!

if you shop at Costco and find other gluten free products not mentioned here, please leave a comment and we will update the list. shopping at Costco is not everyone's cup of tea, but the savings are worth it, and saving on gluten free is even more incentive. Andrea.

costco wholesale

Share

4 comments:

Cally said...

Yeah COSTCO! I emailed COSTCO when I returned from a trip to the States because they carried big bags of Mareblu Naturals trailmix (yummy!). I was wondering if our stores would carry them. (You can purchase these trail mixes in small bags at Capers or Choices, but they are very expensive.) I also thanked them for the gluten free products they do carry. Hey, I figure the more they hear from Celiac customers, the more likely they will be to carry products that we will purchase.

Cally said...

Just returned from COSTCO (downtown Vancouver). They have honking bags of Multigrain tortilla chips by Food Should Taste Good. I bought 2!! Yummy! Sad to see that they were not carrying the Taste of Nature Bars anymore....hmmm...time for another email to COSTCO.

Jane B. said...

Our Costco in Ontario carries Pacific Natural Foods chicken broth that is gluten free, according to Pacific's website. It's good, too.

Anonymous said...

Costco also carries organic quinoa, marked gluten free