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I was just wondering what everyone has found at Costco that is gluten free foodwise. Thanks.

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I buy these really yummy little nut clusters. They are in the shape of cubes and come in a bag...Mary's might be the brand? Don't have any right now so I can't check!

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Four-bean salad; ham, cheese, salad mix, fruits, vegatables, decaf coffee (4lb? bags--take four of them back to New Zealand with me every year) vacuum packed pork chops; toiletries...

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I am seeing more and more foods labeled gluten free at Costco, which is encouraging. Unfortunately, I think some of what they carry varies by where you live, and even store to store, so this may or may not be helpful. We have 3 Costco's within 15 miles and I have found different things at every one of them. (california) When I find something I like, I stock up if I can, since you never know when it will be gone.

They have a good selection of gluten free lunchmeats. My family likes tacos, so in a pinch, I will buy the pre-cooked pork carnitas or shredded beef, both labeled gluten free. The McCormick's taco seasoning is gluten free(but not the chili seasoning) Madras lentils, rotisserie Albacore Tuna, frozen Mahi Mahi and unseasoned frozen salmon, organic hamburger in the refrigerated meat section (slightly more expensive, but worth it- tastes much better) Almond clusters (can't remember the brand right now) all the dairy products. These definitely are cheaper at costco than anywhere else I've found.

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I buy these really yummy little nut clusters. They are in the shape of cubes and come in a bag...Mary's might be the brand? Don't have any right now so I can't check!

Mrs. May's is the brand.

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Gluten-free frozen meatballs! I'm sorry, I can't remember the brand name, but I have found two different brands of frozen chicken or turkey meatballs there!

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Trident Salmon burgers

(Kirkland I think)Turkey Burgers

Riceworks Chips

Brother's All-Natural Fruit crisps(freeze dried apple, asian pear and now strawberry banana)

frozen tilapia fillets

frozen shrimp

Hebrew National all beef franks

Kirkland bacon

Kirkland ham

cheese sticks

Kirkland Tuscan seasoning

In the past we have purchased:

laurabars

Earthbalance spread

Jones all-natural breakfast sausage

Bell and Evans gluten-free chicken strips

Pacific broths and soup

Healthy Choice chicken and rice soup-came in a pack with half chicken noodle soup so DH got the noodle and Ds and I got the rice

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lol, so good to see other people that just love Costco as much as I do! : ) I would agree with the poster that said they are regional though. What you find here isn't found there. And I've been a bit aggrevated to find that a few items I've become addicted to will suddenly disappear for a LONG, LONG time before it makes it back on the shelves. Olive Tepenade is one such item. But an addiction did force me to come up with my own olive tepenade that is very much like the one they now have on the shelves again! But my all-time fav would be their roasted chickens!! I get a couple nearly every week!

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Also,

Mission Corn Tortilla Chips

Kirkland Salsa

M&Ms

Amy's frozen dinners

Pirate Booty

Most of their vitamins are Natures Valley I believe, and they are labeled gluten free.

I love, love costco!

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Mission Corn Tortilla Chips

Kirkland Salsa

M&Ms

Amy's frozen dinners

Pirate Booty

Most of their vitamins are Natures Valley I believe, and they are labeled gluten free.

I love, love costco!

And all of these foods that are mentioned are GLUTEN FREE?????????????

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And all of these foods that are mentioned are GLUTEN FREE?????????????

You have to check Amy's frozen dinners, some are some aren't depends what they are carrying that week, and not the krispy m&ms, I buy the plain.

The mission tortilla chips are actually labeled gluten free and the salsa maybe too, I cant remember, the organic kind.

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I buy all kinds of fresh produce and meat.

Carne Deshebrada

Carne Asada

Chicken and Apple Sausages

Bacon

Ham

Asst. Lunch Meats

Some frozen treats

Cheese

Hummus

Baked Beans

Asst. canned vegetables

Applesauce

Rice chips

Veggie chips

Rice

Broth

Canned meat and tuna

Stuff for my cat

Paper goods

Soda

Water

Juice

There are probably some things I am forgetting. And I do read every label every time because we have additional allergies.

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I'll add Kirkland spices, frozen Ahi Tuna, Cabot cheese, jasmine rice and Crunchmaster crackers to the list.

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Wow there are a lot more gluten free options there than what i thought. I just got a membership last week and can't wait to use it :)

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I love the artichoke/jalapeno dip there, and the Chachi's salsa, and there was an honest-to-goodness gluten-free CAKE AND FROSTING MIX on the shelves recently! I bought one even though I had no need for a cake, just so that I could support their decision to carry something so special for us. :)

I have a question. Has anyone determined whether the tri-tip (Omaha Steakhouse, I think is the brand, in the black package) is gluten-free? I suspect there's hidden gluten in the marinade, because I have had random reactions twice after eating their tri-tip. I checked the ingredient list and didn't see anything suspicious, but my instincts tell me this is not a coincidence.

If anyone has information on the gluten status of the tri-tip, please let me know! Thanks a million!

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I love the artichoke/jalapeno dip there, and the Chachi's salsa, and there was an honest-to-goodness gluten-free CAKE AND FROSTING MIX on the shelves recently! I bought one even though I had no need for a cake, just so that I could support their decision to carry something so special for us. :)

I have a question. Has anyone determined whether the tri-tip (Omaha Steakhouse, I think is the brand, in the black package) is gluten-free? I suspect there's hidden gluten in the marinade, because I have had random reactions twice after eating their tri-tip. I checked the ingredient list and didn't see anything suspicious, but my instincts tell me this is not a coincidence.

If anyone has information on the gluten status of the tri-tip, please let me know! Thanks a million!

I have made the Morton's Steakhouse tri-tip without problems....cannot use the Bill Bailey's

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Picked up a container of Austin Blues (Hardwood Smoked) Pulled Pork by Hormel Foods (gluten-free) last Sunday @ Costco. It's prepared & refrigerated in a Neutral Sauce, so you add your own sauce for flavor. It was a coupon special that's gluten-free.. We tried it tonight and it was good.. While shopping @ Costco, I met up with a friend who noticed the Pulled Pork in my shopping cart. He offered me his coupon, so I'm going back for 2 more (limit 2) this weekend...

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Has anyone tried the Frozen Quick and Easy Angus Burger patties from Costco? I don't see any gluten ingredients - but...

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Picked up a container of Austin Blues (Hardwood Smoked) Pulled Pork by Hormel Foods (gluten-free) last Sunday @ Costco. It's prepared & refrigerated in a Neutral Sauce, so you add your own sauce for flavor. It was a coupon special that's gluten-free.. We tried it tonight and it was good.. While shopping @ Costco, I met up with a friend who noticed the Pulled Pork in my shopping cart. He offered me his coupon, so I'm going back for 2 more (limit 2) this weekend...

I just bought that. Didn't realize you have to add sauce. What kind of sauce do you use?

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I just bought that. Didn't realize you have to add sauce. What kind of sauce do you use?

We used a home-maid Barbecue Sauce.. Instead of using Worcestershire Sauce, we substituted gluten-free Soy Sauce..

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You have to check Amy's frozen dinners, some are some aren't depends what they are carrying that week, and not the krispy m&ms, I buy the plain.

The mission tortilla chips are actually labeled gluten free and the salsa maybe too, I cant remember, the organic kind.

New to this and only know I am gluten intolerant. do you read every label? I think I'm getting it as to what I can't have in terms of "ingredients", but does every product need to be labled "gluten free" before I can put it in my mouth?

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We used a home-maid Barbecue Sauce.. Instead of using Worcestershire Sauce, we substituted gluten-free Soy Sauce..

Okay. I will check to see if I have any sauce. We try not to do soy.

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New to this and only know I am gluten intolerant. do you read every label? I think I'm getting it as to what I can't have in terms of "ingredients", but does every product need to be labled "gluten free" before I can put it in my mouth?

No, not at all. There are lots of products on the shelves that do not have any gluten, but for which the manufacturers make no gluten free claims for various reasons--such as "processsed on the same lines as"; some ingredients obtained from other suppliers who do not certify them as gluten free, etc., etc. You just have to read the labels carefully and use your judgment.

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I went to Costco today and got Veggie Crisps, Riceworks, Crunchmaster rice crackers, Nutella chocolate hazelnut spread, and Kirkland pure maple syrup. The Riceworks are really good dipped in the hummus I made yesterday! Haven't tried the other things yet.

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