It doesn’t matter if you’re a gluten-free beginner or experienced eater — a trip to the grocery store can be stressful. What can you eat? What do you avoid? Good news: From bakery to dairy to grocery, our aisles are well-stocked with gluten-free must-haves. Use this handy grocery list to discover your favorite gluten-free foods and brands so you can plan ahead and shop with confidence.
Gluten-Free Shopping Tips
Whether you’re planning your grocery list or you’ve already started shopping, use these helpful tips to set yourself up for success.
Check ingredients lists: Keep your eye out for ingredients that contain gluten, such as barley, wheat and rye. Even if a food appears to be gluten-free, you should always double-check the label.
Look for gluten-free certifications: Foods with a gluten-free certification on their labels have been third-party tested to meet the requirements for gluten and food labeling set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Try our 365 brand: For all your fridge and pantry stocking needs, all of our 365 by Whole Foods Market products that are labeled as "gluten-free" have been third-party tested and certified.
Wheat-free doesn’t mean gluten-free: Foods that are labeled as “wheat-free” may also contain barley, rye or spelt. Read ingredient lists carefully.
Search products by special diet: Looking for your favorite gluten-free crackers? Stocking up on almond flour? You can quickly check product availability in your store by selecting the gluten-free filter.
We’re here to help: Looking for your favorite gluten-free bread or frozen pizza? Ask a team member for help locating hard-to-find items or visit the service desk in your store.
Gluten-Free Grocery List
While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it’s a great starting point for stocking up on essentials. Selection may vary by store, so be sure to check product availability at your Whole Foods Market location before creating your list.
Tortillas made from corn and alternative flours (almond, chickpea, coconut, cassava)
Breads, bagels, buns and English muffins made from alternative flours (brown rice, tapioca, sorghum)
Cauliflower-based breads, tortillas and pizza crusts
Prepared pie crusts made from alternative flours (brown rice)
Rice: white, brown and wild
Grains: amaranth, buckwheat, gluten-free oats, millet, quinoa, sorghum, teff
Dried pasta made from brown rice, quinoa, chickpeas or lentils
Cereals made from corn, buckwheat, gluten-free oats or quinoa
Oil: olive, coconut, canola, grapeseed
Vinegar: apple cider, balsamic, red wine and champagne
Chicken, vegetable and beef broth*
Canned beans: black, chickpea, cannellini, pinto
Dried or canned lentils
Nut and seed butters: peanut, almond, cashew, sunflower seed, pumpkin seed
Condiments*: ketchup, mayonnaise, fruit preserves, salad dressing
Alternative flours: almond, cassava, coconut, tapioca, buckwheat, quinoa, chickpea, brown rice, hazelnut, amaranth, bean, millet, sorghum, gluten-free oat
Starches: arrowroot, corn, tapioca, potato
Sweeteners: honey, maple syrup, agave, stevia, cane sugar, brown sugar
Active dry yeast
Frozen cauliflower pizza crust
Frozen gluten-free entrées (bowls, breaded options)
Frozen gluten-free waffles
Frozen gluten-free pizza
Frozen gluten-free breakfast sausages
Ice cream, sorbet and gelato
Chips: tortilla, potato, plantain, veggie, cauliflower, lentil
Puffs: corn, chickpea, cauliflower
Dips: guacamole, salsa, hummus, tzatziki
Gluten-free crackers and pretzels
Gluten-free chocolate bars
Jerky: beef, turkey, chicken, pork, salmon, mushroom
Nuts and seeds: almonds, walnuts, pecans, cashews, peanuts, sunflower seeds
Summer squash: zucchini and yellow
Winter squash: butternut, spaghetti, delicata, kobocha
Root vegetables and tubers: potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots, beets
Spiralized veggie noodles made from sweet potatoes, zucchini or beets
Berries: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries
Tropical fruit: pineapple, mango, kiwi
Apples and pears
Stone fruit: peaches, plums, apricots
Leafy greens: spinach, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli rabe
Salad greens: romaine, arugula
Broccoli and cauliflower
Fresh herbs: parsley, cilantro, rosemary, dill, thyme
Onions, shallots and garlic
Nut-based cheeses: almond, cashew
Milk alternatives: almond, coconut, oat
Meat alternatives: plant-based burger patties and sausages, tofu and tempeh
Gluten-free breaded fish
Canned tuna and salmon
Juice (orange, cranberry, tart cherry)
Ready to build your grocery list?
Download the Whole Foods Market app to access your shopping list. Use the Products tab to search for your favorite gluten-free products or filter results by other dietary preferences, sales and deals, local brands and more. Add what you need to your list for your next trip to your local store.
*Read labels carefully, as these foods may contain hidden sources of gluten.
The information provided on this website is not intended as medical or healthcare information or advice. Please consult your healthcare professional(s) regarding all matters related to your diet and health, including any possible impact when starting any diet or continuing with a restricted diet on a long-term basis. Since product formulations change (and products may contain additional or different ingredients, nutrition or usage information than is presented on this website), you should always check product packaging for the most recent ingredient and special diet information.