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The Fresh Market Gluten-Free Food List

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Has anyone created a list of The Fresh Market gluten free foods?  They are building a new store right down the street from me.  So far I have on the list for them:

Crunchmaster multi-seed crackers

red pepper eggplant spread

hot pepper peach preserves

and risotto garlic primavera


Let me know if others have compiled a list of gluten-free brands or products from this store (The Fresh Market).  I found one for Whole Foods online, but couldn't find one on the Fresh Market website, even though it looks like they might carry a lot of gluten-free products.  I need shopping list suggestions. :)  Thanks,


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The best thing to do is to read the ingredients.  There are lots of gluten-free foods at Fresh Market or any other market. Many many foods are gluten-free but don't mark that on the packaging.


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A list like this is not particularly useful. First, because as Karen pointed out there are many products that are gluten free that won't end up on it and second, because the list is only good on the day it was printed/posted. A store can change any of what they carry at any time, and any of the products on the list can change their ingredients and no longer be safe at any time. No one should rely on something like this, and instead rely on reading every label, every time if they want to protect their health.


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If you are new to shopping gluten-free, some of the grocery guides can be helpful for a starting point, but they are only a guide and you definitely need to read the label.  Also, I find that stores that put out a gluten-free product list tend to not keep it up very well, and it only has the most obvious of gluten-free items on it, or items that are sold at some stores but not all.


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