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Ultimate Meijer Gluten Free List

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Meijer is a supercenter style store with locations across the Midwestern United States.  These stores are very large, but with gluten-free food now widely available at most grocery stores, how does the Meijer gluten free list compare to its competitors?

The humongous gluten-free aisle and the great gluten-free meal prep offerings in the produce section should encourage you to run to your nearest Meijer and stock up on some great gluten-free essentials.

They not only have so many of the big gluten-free brands, but they also have their own Meijer gluten free food items as well that you’ll definitely love!

Keep reading to see some of my top gluten-free finds at Meijer, or use the Table to Contents to jump to the section of your choice.

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Meijer stores are located throughout the mid-west United States. You can find them in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and more!

Meijer has some great gluten-free products in both the produce section and their massive inner gluten-free aisle.  And if you’re shopping online, you can even refine your search by specialty diet including gluten-free! 

Meijer Grocery Store Image

I’ll be going through both (beginning with the produce section) and highlighting the variety for this Meijer gluten free list.

Wunderoots by Bolthouse Farms Gluten-Free Sides

These Wunderoots plant-based and gluten-free sides by Bolthouse Farms are a super delicious and simple side dish in a variety of flavors such as Sesame Stir Fry, Green Chile and Yellow Coconut Curry that is ready in just about 5 minutes.

Wunderroots by Bolthouse Farms at Meijer

It’s the perfect meal addition and I have never seen these at another store!  It would also make a really good base for a bowl topped with some protein.

Mann’s Better Pasta

In the produce section, Meijer has a wide variety of Mann’s Better pasta–noodles cut straight from vegetables with no added starches or flours.

Gluten Free Vegetable Noodles at Meijer

These make the perfect alternative to traditional pasta–or even to just bulk up your gluten-free noodles with more texture and flavor.

Popper Duos by Harvest Snaps

You may have seen Harvest Snap pea chips in the produce section at your local store, but Popper Duos are a different variety that were new to me.  These come in a variety of flavors like BBQ Ranch, Yellow & White Cheddar, and Salsa Cheddar.  

Popper Duos Gluten Free Snacks

The texture is like a crispier cheese puff, and they are certified gluten free and vegan. 

Olivia’s Gluten Free Stuffing

While this is an item I can find at many grocery stores around Thanksgiving or Christmas, Meijer stocks it year around!  Olivia’s gluten free stuffing is perfect for making a simple side dish to go with your dinner or even a casserole.

Olivia_s Gluten Free Stuffing at Meijers

Don’t live near a Meijer?  You can also purchase this year around on Amazon too.

Gluten Free Pasta at Meijer

Meijer has an assortment of gluten-free pasta from Miracle Noodle to a wide variety of Banza, and even gluten-free gnocchi by DeLallo.  

When I was at Meijer, I counted at least 6 brands of gluten-free pasta, so gone are the days of you get what you get and you don’t get upset.

Fody Products

If you have to follow a low FODMAP diet, Meijer has the largest assortment of Fody products in-store that I’ve ever seen.  (the image below is only some of what they had available)

Fody Brand Products and condiments at Meijer

Don’t live near Meijer but still need Fody products?  You can also find these on Amazon here or on Thrive Market here.

Gluten Free Cake Mixes at Meijer

Just like the pasta, Meijer has a wide assortment of gluten free cake mixes and baking products.  Not only do they have two of my favorite gluten-free cake mixes (Krusteaz and King Arthur) but they also have Birch Benders individual microwave mixes.

A wide assortment of Birch Benders microwave cups are available online at Amazon too for a similar price as in-store.

Gluten Free Crackers at Meijer 

While Meijer has national brands such as Simple Mills and Nut-Thins, Meijer also has their own gluten free brand of crackers.  There is a variety and the taste is great too.

The grain-free Simple Mills crackers are also available on Thrive Market here and Amazon here.

Enjoy Life

If you need food that eliminates other major allergens, Meijer has you covered with Enjoy Life lentil chips, cookies, and more!  Enjoy Life products are free of 14 allergens (going above and beyond the 9 required for labeling).

Meijer Gluten Free Chips and Crackers

You can also purchase Enjoy Life products at either Amazon here or Thrive Market here.

Schar Gluten Free

While Meijer has an assortment of gluten-free bread products, they have quite a bit of Schar Gluten-Free.  Schar has been a major player in gluten-free for over a decade, and their products continue to develop and improve both in variety and in taste/texture.

Schar Products at Meijer

Can’t make it to Meijer? You can order Schar online too.

Find Schar at Thrive Market here or on Amazon here.

Frequently Asked Questions about Shopping Gluten-Free at Meijer

Does Meijer have gluten-free bread?

Yes, Meijer sells an assortment of gluten-free bread including Schar, Canyon Bakehouse, Julia’s, Udi’s, BFree, Three Bakers, and Essential Baking.

Does Meijer make gluten-free cake?

Tha bakeries at MEijer do not bake gluten-free cake.  However, they sell a wide assortment of gluten free cake mixes as well as some items in their frozen section like Katz creme cakes and Daiya cheesecake. 

Are Meijer brand chips gluten-free?

Meijer brand potato chips do not have a gluten-free claim, but some of the varieties (such as the wavy) do not contain gluten ingredients.

Are Meijer tater tots gluten-free?

Meijer Tater Bites do not have a gluten-free claim, but also are not made with gluten ingredients.

Can you buy gluten free beer at Meijer?

Yes, some Meijer stores sell Lakefront New Grist Sorghum Beer as well as some gluten-free ciders.

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Robin Fish

Wednesday 26th of April 2023

Beware of Schar products if you have Celiacs. Their products contain "gluten free wheat" which my son who has Celiacs can't tolerate. So technically it is gluten free but apparently not completely.

Sharon McCaskill

Wednesday 26th of April 2023

Hi Robin, thanks for commenting! some Schar products contain "wheat starch" which is technically gluten free as it does not contain any wheat proteins (gluten is the complex protein that causes reaction in Celiac Disease). Schar products test under 5 ppm of gluten making them fit below the limit for celiac disease (which is 20 ppm). While the product is gluten free, those with celiac disease (especially those who have damage from gluten exposure) may be more sensitive to some products than others so you should always listen to your gut and do what is best for you and your family.

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