The Gluten Free items at Whole Foods tend to be scattered throughout their stores, as opposed to being in one section or isle, but just look for the green shelf tag denoting the GF items. From cookies to cereals, flours to pastas, you’ll find a great selection.
From Joe’s O’s (their take on the classic Cheerios) to their Gluten Free Waffle and Pancake Mix, and Brownie Mix, Trader Joe’s makes a number of their own GF products, and dedicates a lot of shelf space to them. Check out their Rice Pasta, Wheat-Free Frozen Pancakes, and canned Chicken Chili which is thickened with rice flour. Gluten Free items are marked with a large G on the shelf tag, making shopping a breeze..
With a dedicated GF isle in most of their location, Wegman’s stocks a wide variety of dry-goods and frozen foods that are Gluten Free. Check out the Glutino brand of frozen bagels that come in plain, sesame, or cinnamon raisin flavors, that are excellent when you toast them.
As the Gluten Free food movement continues to grow, more and more mainstream markets are carrying GF items, and it’s nice to see Giant on-board. Along with corn-based pastas, they also stock a modest selection of cereals, cookies, and frozen breads.
Not the largest selection of GF items in town, but good in a pinch. Bloom carries a lot of the Amy’s Kitchen Wheat-Free frozen foods and Gluten Free flours from Bob’s Red Mill.