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New Gluten-Free Deli In Stamford, Ct
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There is a great new gluten-free deli that just opened in Stamford, CT. They bake their own gluten-free bread and desserts and they sell home-made frozen gluten-free meals.

They have normal stuff too, but they have different work stations, different color silverware, etc. And the food tastes great!

That Awesome Deli & The Gluten Free Food Factory

Newspaper Article

Deli Website

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I feel the need to bump this thread. Anyone in or near Fairfield County, CT or Westchester County, NY should take notice.

For that matter, anyone within 100 miles of this place should make a trip and load up your car with a bunch of their pre-made flash frozen gluten-free meals. You can also get loaves of their home-made gluten-free bread, but you need to give them a couple days notice.

Their frozen meals really are fantastic and taste great. We're lucky to have this resource for convenient gluten-free food in the area, so let's support it!

That Awesome Deli & The Gluten Free Food Factory

22 Belltown Rd

Stamford, CT 06905

(203) 359-3354

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Thanks for letting me know! I never knew about this place. I'll definitely check it out... hopefully this weekend.

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Next time I go through that section of the state will have to check it out!

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Here's a news report about the deli:

http://stamford.itsr...luten_Free_Deli

If you're going to pay a visit, keep in mind they have deli hours, so they're open 6am-3pm and they're closed on Sundays. They stay open until 7pm on Thursdays for gluten free pick up.

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