A blog for people with Celiac Disease in and around Toronto. If you want to post to this blog, please email me at email@example.com, and I will send you an invitation to join.
I'm actually just starting a website that will have lots of just the kind of information you're looking for. It won't be officially launched for another week, but please feel free to check it out. There's even an interactive map that will show you the locations of some of the stores in the city and what you can get at each. The URL is www.glutenfreeintoronto.com. What specifically are you looking for? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!
I am a gluten free consultant in the Greater Toronto Area. I take people on shopping tours at their local supermarkets or health food stores and teach them where to find the best deals and how to read labels.Take care,
Metro and Loblaw's both have fairly large selection of gluten free now. As do most health food stores.
west end..chinatown & kensington market..cheap & cheerful!!
The big Carrot at 348 Danforth avenue has a large selection of Gluten free foods from Cookies to Cereals, Breads, Frozen foods etc...they even have slices of gluten free cakes that are to die for. Enjoy
Noah's Natural Foods http://www.noahsnaturalfoods.caFortino's has fairly large organic section and a whole isle of it is dedicated to gluten free.
Check out Molly B's website! I usually stop by their location at Weston & Steeles. The freshly baked bread is delicious and they have a wide selection of tarts, muffins and cookies. I've picked-up items for quite a few people who are not on gluten free diets and they absolutely love the treats. You can pick-up pizza dough (used at il Fornello restaurants, pierogies, crepes, bagels and much more! Definitely two thumbs up!
Food Basics just started carrying a HUGE gluten-free selection in their own no-name line ("Selections" brand).
bloor west village has alot of optionsbest price is foods for life at bloor and runnymede also Peachtree. there is a shop beside no frills that has good prices too.
The west end just got a new gluten-free bakery called Bunners on Dundas in the Junction. We also have The Sweet Potato organic market that carries a decent selection of GF goods. Those visiting this blog might also be interested in my book Living Well with Celiac Disease: Abundance Beyond Wheat & Gluten... it covers a lot of great ethnic shopping options for those of us lucky enough to live in Toronto!! Be well - Claudine
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