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Products

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BREAD

 

CEREAL/GRANOLA/BARS

 

BAKED GOODS

BAKING NEEDS/MIXES


ICE CREAM/FROZEN YOGURT and Cones

  • Ben and Jerry’s (Gluten Free Flavors)
  • Brigham’s Ice Cream (Website) Vanilla, Chocolate, Chocolate Chip, Strawberry, Coffee, Peppermint Stick,Mocha Almond, Mocha Chip, Mint Chip, Black Raspberry, Pistachio, and Raspberry Lime Rickey Sherbet. The frozen yogurt is sold under the name Elan.  The Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee, Decaf Coffee, Strawberry, Black Raspberry and Andes mint are all gluten free. All Wheat flavors (ie cookie dough, oreo, mississippi mud) are processed at day end to avoid cross contamination of non gluten containing products.
  • Edy’s Ice Cream (Gluten Free Flavors)*
  • Friendly’s (Allergen Info)
  • Goldbaums (Gluten Free) 5 types of cones
  • Haagen-Dazs (website)
  • Hood (Gluten Free Flavors)
  • J.P. Lick’s (Gluten Free Flavors
  • Joy (Gluten Free List) Sugar Cones
  • Wink Frozen Foods (Website) all flavors are gluten/soy/dairy/egg/nut freeYasso (Website) Frozen Greek Yogurt

 

 
 
 
SOUPS & BROTH
 
 
PASTA 
 

 

PIZZA CRUSTS

 
 
RICE
 
 
 
DELI MEATS/SAUSAGES 
 
  • Applegate Farms
  • Boar’s Head (Gluten Free List)* all meats
  • Butterball
  • Carl Buddig
  • Dietz & Watson
  • Empire Kosher chicken and turkey
  • Farmer John
  • Giant Eagle
  • Hannaford beef & meet bologna
  • H-E-B
  • Hebrew National
  • Hormel Foods
  • Jennie-0 (Gluten Free List) sausages, pastrami, turkey & chicken breast, franks, ground turkey, breakfast sausages
  • Land O’Frost
  • Meijer 
  • Perdue
  • Plainville Farms (Website) fresh turkey & deli meats (not all are gf so read labels carefully)
  • Publix
  • Trader Joe’s Celebrity Healthy Ham, Prime Rib Beef, Chicken, Prosciutto Di Italia
  • Wegmans
  • Weis Markets

 

SALAD DRESSINGS/SAUCES/CONDIMENTS

 
 
DIPS/SPREADS/NUT BUTTERS
  • Artisana Organic Foods (Gluten Free) nut butters, tahini
  • Barney Butter (website)
  • Cedar’s (Website) all hummus is gluten free, yogurt & bean dips
  • Eat Well Enjoy Life (Gluten Free) hummus
  • Joseph’s Mediterranean Cuisine (Website) all hommus and falafel
  • Sabra (Gluten Free) hummus, guacamole, salsa, veggie dips, Mediterranean salads
  • Simply Organic (Gluten Free List) dips, guacamole
  • Wholly Guacamole (Gluten Freeguacamole and salsa
  • Wild Garden Hummus Dip (Gluten Free) all flavors are gluten free
 
 
FROZEN FOODS 
 
 
 
CRACKERS/CHIPS/SNACKS  
 
 
 
BEER/CIDER 
  • Ace Cider (website)
  • Bantam Cider (website)
  • Bard’s Beer(website) Sorghum based beer
  • Beljica Brewing (website)
  • Dogfish Head (website) seasonal-brews – tweason’ale
  • Estrella Damm Daura (website)
  • Glutenberg (Website)
  • Green’s (website) pilsner style beer
  • Hambleton Ale’s (website)
  • Harpoon Cider (Website)
  • Joseph James Brewing Company (website) Fox Tail
  • Magners Irish Cider (website)
  • Michelob Ultra (Website) Light Cider
  • New Planet (Website) 3 flavors
  • New Grist (Website)
  • Omission Beer (Website) lager and Pale Ale – brewed with malted barley, but they developed a proprietary process to remove the gluten.
  • Original Sin Hard Cider (website)
  • Rampo Valley Honey Beer (Website)
  • Redbridge (website)
  • Schnitzer Brau (Website) made from millet malt
  • St. Peter’s Sorghum Beer (website)
  • Wood Chuck Cider (Website)

VODKA

  • Blue Ice (website) makes two different vodkas: one potato-based & one wheat-based.
  • Bombora (website) grape-based vodka from Australia. Not a GF facility
  • Boyd & Blair (website) potato based from Glenshaw, PA. made in a GF facility
  • Cayman Blue (website) made from sugar cane from the DR
  • Chopin (website) makes 3 varieties; wheat, potato and rye
  • Ciroc Ultra Premium (website) potato based (and gin) from Maine. plain flavor only
  • Devotion (website) contains casein.
  • DiVine (website) grape-based from Michigan. GF distillery
  • Fair Spirits (website) made from quinoa
  • Famous (website) made from Idaho russet potatoes in Idaho
  • Glacier (website) made from Idaho potatoes in Idaho. made in facility with wheat vodka
  • Krome (website) made from corn in Oregon. Barley present in facility
  • Oddka (website) all flavors except Caramel Popcorn
  • Smirnoff (website) made from corn
  • Tito’s Handmade (website) made from corn, from Texas.
  • Vikingfjord (website) potato-based from Norway
 

2 thoughts on “Products

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    Nutrition Source 245 West Boylston Street West Boylston MA 01532 508-835-2442
    Just For Me Gluten Free 322 Groveland Street Haverhill MA 01830 978-372-0408
    A New Leaf 1038 Great Plain Avenue Needham MA 02492 781-449-6777
    Good Health 1627 Hancock Street Quincy MA 02169 617-773-4925
    Better Life Whole Foods 1500 Allen Street Springfield MA 01118 413-783-9424
    Randalls Farm & Greenhouse 631 Center Street Ludlow MA 01056 413-589-7071

  2. Please, in your next edition of this sveruy, include a separate question for all-purpose flours. I second several other comments here that Jules gluten free flour is excellent and I regret not having the opportunity to tell others about it. It’s expensive, yes, but it works beautifully in all our old home recipes that we’ve tried it with so far. I used it a couple of nights ago to thicken a Port wine sauce that was used over slices of a roasted pork loin stuffed with dried fruits, nuts and a spot of Brandy, and the sauce practically made the meal. It was superb. I’ve made this recipe a half-dozen times before (I’m the man of the house but I love to cook too) and this time, with the Jules gluten free flour to thicken the sauce, it was the best this recipe has ever been. (The recipe is from the L.L.Bean Book of New England Cookery, but we old Mainers, even we who are transplanted down here in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, just call it the L.L. Bean cookbook.)Loved the sveruy, with the one exception of the lack of an all-purpose flour question, and I’m sorry that I couldn’t answer more of the categories. I’ve been diagnosed with Celiac Disease for only 4 months and I have a lot to learn (but I’ve gained back so far 16 of the 25 pounds I precipitously lost), so I look forward to the results of your sveruy very much.Many thanks.

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