More Gluten Free Options found at Bulk Barn

I had written about the large and ever increasing selection of gluten free items available at Bulk Barn awhile ago so this is simply meant as a revisit. Bulk barn continues to add to their selection of gluten free products both bulk as well as pre-packaged.

I am always amazed at the selection of gluten free products available at Bulk barn and this visit was no different. I have added a brief list of the new gluten free products that I found at Bulk barn in the west end located at 18431 Stony Plain Rd. There are a ton more gluten free products, but these are just products that I had never seen there before.

Newly found gluten free products at Bulk Barn
- Lesser Evil Brand Chia Crisps: Feta cheese and black olive, Southern BBQ, Dill Pickle & JalapeƱo Cheddar flavours *
- Natures Path cereals : many flavour varieties in different sizes of package
- The Simply Bar (protein bar): in many flavour varieties (I bought the caramel peanut one to try this time)
- XO Baking Co.  mixes: Chocolate cake, Fudge brownies, Vanilla cake, Banana bread, Corn bread, Chocolate Chip cookie, All purpose flour blend
- Mrs. Crimbles: Crackers, Macaroons and Chocolate or Yogurt covered rice cakes
- Enjoy Life: individually wrapped cookies in various flavours
- Neal Brothers Foods: Bandito Blue Corn tortilla chips
- RW Garcia: 5 Seed Crackers in onion & chive, rosemary garlic or tellicherry cracked pepper flavours

*Just an in any shopping expedition it is important to always remember to watch out for products marked as gluten free but stating “may contain...” or “produced in a facility that also processes wheat”.  Of all of the new gluten free products that I have listed above, only the Lesser Evil Brand Chia Crisps product said gluten free, but also said “produced in a facility that also processes Wheat”. Always remember to read the labels carefully and use your discretion.

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  1. Do you remember how much you paid for the simply bars? I saw a box of 15 at HomeSense for $24.99...not sure if that's a good deal or not

  2. Be careful, I have seen them cleaning the bins and they use one cloth and go from bin-top to bin-top, and scoop to scoop all along the isles so contamination is still very possible. I order their bulk bags (25 to 50 lb depending on what I buy) and then store the flour in 4 liter jars (old pickle jars). You also get a discount by buying in bulk.


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