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When travelling, eating out is a lovely experience but some nights you may want to just eat in. At least if you have bought the products and cooked yourself then you can gurantee it is Gluten Free. Here are suggestions of stores, both local and national, where you can go to buy Gluten Free foods.

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A1 Nutrition (New Jersey (NJ)) - A1 is a neighborhood health store in the Passaic Park section of Passaic, NJ. The had a wide assortment of gluten free items including the largest selection of various Ener-G products I've ever seen. One whole aisle of the store and a couple of freezer cases are gluten free.
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Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-06-18
Celiac Specialties (Michigan (MI)) - We are in town from Columbus,Ohio and found this great store. They make a lot of their own gluten free products, like noodles, baked goods, frozen pizzas and other frozen meals. I was so excited to b able to have some treats to eat on tbe road and we finally found gluten free egg noodles we have been searching for. Celiac Specialties will ship items and have a website to order from, so they can deliver it to me at home. Great find.
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Recommended By: Lyndsey
Added: 2012-08-28
Chrysalis Foods (Hawaii (HI)) - Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, we sell fresh gluten-free and allergy-friendly foods, many items we prepare are those of local island fare. We provide fresh dishes each day, and will be selling frozen items in the near future. We retail at a health food store named Vim N' Vigor, in the Ala Moana Shopping Center (the biggest open air mall in the world), which is near Waikiki!
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Recommended By: @chrysalisfoods
Added: 2011-06-16
Eden's Market (Pittsburgh (PA)) - One of the things I always research when traveling is the nearest grocery store and health food store. This way, I can stock up on items I may need if I can't find restaurants. And in Pittsburgh, I found a gem of a health food store called Eden's Market.

Tucked away at 99 Alfred Street in Mount Lebanon, off Washington Road, this place was a goldmine. I called them a few weeks prior and spoke to the owner, Suzanne. I explained I was traveling in from out of state, and looking for any places she may know of in the area that can accommodate gluten free. She gave me a list of a few places she could think of that would have gluten free menus. Not only that, she ordered me some of the Joan's GF Great Bakes Bagels for me to schlep back to Denver.
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Recommended By: @GFSteve / glutenfreesteve.wordpress.com
Added: 2011-06-14

Fairway (CT, NY, NJ) - This NYC area (NY, NJ, CT) chain has a fairly large and diverse GF section. Their variety of other products is smaller than a normal supermarket so I do my weekly shopping elsewhere only stopping here for a particular list of GF and/or DF items. Their prices on GF/DF are actually quite reasonable.
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Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-06-30
G-Free NYC (New York City (NYC)) - I was thrilled to find G-Free NYC, a gluten-free market - just 4 blocks from our hotel, on the upper west side. On the second day of our trip, in the pouring rain, under a huge hotel umbrella (that my boys wanted no part of), we walked to the market. We were greeted by the owner, Lynn Shute, who immediately offered us a delicious, gluten-free chocolate, chocolate chip cookie. Lynn showed us around her super cute, warm store, fitted with a huge, soft, wooden butcher block in the center. It was here we found gluten-free Heaven Mills Cinnamon Rolls that my son would be having for breakfast everyday on the rest of our trip. We also grabbed a couple boxes of The Grainless Baker Cheddar Snackers, which were fantastic! Lynn offers fresh baked goods from a number of sources, and the shelves and freezers are packed with things like biscotti, pastas and frozen pita breads, small pizza crusts, complete boxed gluten-free meals, and more. I wish this gem of a store were near us in LA, but should you find yourself looking for gluten-free in NYC, please don't miss G-Free NYC!
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Recommended By: @cookingweekends / cookingontheweekends.com
Added: 2011-08-18
Haven on Earth (Reno) - This store should be added. It's a new full serves gluten free bakery.
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Recommended By: Adrienne
Added: 2012-07-26
Healthy Living Market and Cafe (Burlington, Vermont (VT)) - Healthy Living Market was amazing. They have an entire gluten free section when you first enter the store. I don't mean a small section of an aisle. I mean a whole mini store within the store.

But that's not all! That only covers the market part. They also have a cafe with lots of gluten free goods. I got a gluten free raspberry muffin that was great. And then... I was able to order a sandwich from the deli for the first time since I was diagnosed with Celiac 2 years ago!
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Recommended By: anothergfblog.blogspot.co.uk
Added: 2012-10-05

Nature's Pavillion (New Jersey (NJ)) - This health food store has a large organic selection as well as a large gluten free section. While most supermarkets in NJ are now carrying GF products, Nature's Pavilion has a wider variety and is more likely to have new and unique items.
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Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-05-12
Strictly Gluten Free (Long Island, NY) - In November of last year I wrote about a local entrepreneur seeking to open an entirely gluten free supermarket. Steve and his wife Angela have been tirelessly working on making their dream a reality. Well, their work has paid off and they've finally opened! With their final location confirmed in East Northport, and all sales racks and products purchased they had their grand opening earlier this month from December 16th-18th. The hope is that in several weeks their ECommerce site will be open for business, allowing for the purchasing of items online!

While many places like Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Wild By Nature, and Stop and Shop now offer gluten free products which are clearly labeled and often separate we know sometimes these products are not actually gluten free even though they say so on the front. Therefore, we gluten avoiders still spend much time reading labels. At Strictly Gluten Free, Steve makes the effort of having companies confirm their gluten free certifications, even when items say they are gluten free. He holds items in the back and will not put them out for sale until he receives a confirmation, so you know that a product is 100% gluten free when you are buying it here. It is a relief to walk into a store and KNOW you can come out with a delicious product.

Steven has done a great job at networking with food distributors, organizations, and companies to offer a wide variety of products. Many unique products are being offered here that I have not seen in other stores.

Their store is sure to be a great asset to the local community, and I have no doubt it will continue to grow!
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Recommended By: @CelticCeliac / celtic-celiac.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-12-30

Wegmans (MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA, VA) - This chain isn't too near to me but whenever I'm near one I am sure to stop in. They've got a fairly good GF selection and their prices are reasonable (for GF prices). They are also a reasonably priced regular supermarket as well.
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Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-06-30
Whole Foods Market (Nationwide) - My favorite supermarket for allergy friendly shopping! Their prices overall are a bit high, but on GF items (compared to independent stores and elsewhere) they are pretty moderate. (So I do my normal shopping elsewhere and only stop at WF for gluten and dairy free items.) All Whole Foods also have a salad bar / soups / hot food bar (how much and how big depends on the location). What I like is that they list all of the ingredients (and flag the common allergens) on each item. Cross contamination is probably still an issue but sometimes I still risk it.
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Recommended By: glutenfreedairyfreenj.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-06-30
Whole Foods Market (Nationwide) - Whole Foods Markets sell a wide range of Gluten Free produce, including Redbridge Lager and Bard's Beer. The closest one to the Las Vegas Strip is at the Town Square Mall, which is walkable from the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign. You can also get there easily on the SDX Bus. We also picked up a copy of a quarterly Gluten Free Magazine while we were there - Delight Gluten Free Magazine, which is well worth a read. On our trip to Las Vegas last year we went to the Whole Foods store at West Lake Mead Boulevard.
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Recommended By: @putting_gott / hamandeggerfiles.blogspot.com
Added: 2011-09-17


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