Thanks to the work of organizations like ours and the dedicated volunteers who help us, awareness about celiac disease has increased, and so has the number of gluten free products on grocery store shelves. The Canadian Celiac Association Edmonton Chapter is happy to share a list of supporting business members and sponsors. Please support our business members and sponsors.
Canadian Celiac Association Business Members
Each of the stores below are specialty shops or bakeries that either are fully gluten free or carry a large and unique variety of gluten free products.
The Kinnikinnick store is a dedicated gluten free store and bakery that carries a large selection of gluten free products from soups to snacks, frozen meals, and everything in between. You can also find freshly baked breads, buns, muffins, cakes, and cupcakes. The store also does special orders. Visit them on the web at www.getitfresh.ca
Phone: 780-424-2900 or 1-877-503-4466
Rio Vida Bakery specializes in allergy free baking including gluten free, nut free vegan baking. You can find gluten free cakes, cup cakes, pizza’s and more.
West Point Plaza
17515 100 Avenue
(just behind Asian Village on Stony Plain Rd eastbound.
Whole Foods Market
at the Enjoy Center
101 Riel Drive, St. Albert AB
Want to become a business member to be listed here? Email us at email@example.com.
WOW Factor Desserts
174 Cree Road, Sherwood Park, AB
10% of off all gluten free products with valid Celiac Membership card
Grocery and Drug Stores
Most large retail grocery stores now carry a large selection of gluten free products. You can usually find them in a gluten free aisle or a health food aisle. Many of the stores have items clearly marked on the shelving, however always check labels, as stores are often rearranging shelves and sometimes may forget to remove a sign.
A day out at the farmers’ market is always fun, and the market can be a treasure trove for gluten free shopping. You’ll find gluten free meat, gluten free cookies, gluten free perogies, and more.
If you are not familiar with a vendor at the market, talk to him or her before buying. Ask what’s in the product and how it is prepared. Be sure you feel comfortable with your purchase before you buy it.
Health Food Stores
Edmonton has many neighbourhood health food stores that carry products without gluten. Check your local store to see what’s available. In smaller towns outside of Edmonton, you might find the health food store to be the best local source of gluten free foods. Pay these stores a visit, read your labels, and find something delicious.