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What's the deal with Gluten Free Mall? Every topic I clicked on said "no products available". This, combined with Amazon's new stuff (pay extra for A. Prime  Pantry. Most of Amazon's gluten-free foods are not on prime or you have to buy a year's supply.) If I sound frustrated, it's because I am. The Whole Foods in my town carries very little gluten-free food and my only other choice is Kroger. Kroger is slowly but surely cutting back on gluten-free products. Any online sites I don't know about?

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Hi mbrookes!

I was able to click on some categories and see products, but I'm not sure what you are looking for.  I order all of my breads and bagels directly from Canyon Bakehouse.  I can usually find a coupon code to use to get an even better price.  My whole family loves their breads and bagels!

Do you have a Sprouts or Natural Grocers anywhere near you?  Both have a lot of gluten free items and Sprouts has wonderful produce!

Good luck...I hope you are able to get what you need!

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I have a list and many places with a * by them you can order from, I need to update it a bit as a few just started shipping. Also, try Thrive Market, they have a yearly membership but low price. You can choose gluten-free when you search their site they have a HUGE selection. http://thrv.me/gf25


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Thanks. I just discovered thrive and made an order last night. I have been at this for 15 years, but lately it has bothered me more than ever. For the first time, I am feeling deprived and sorry for myself. I'm trying to improve my attitude.


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I get feeling sorry for yourself.  I think we all go through this periodically.  Worse is adding on intolerances and in my case, eliminating carbs in an attempt to manage my type 2 diabetes without drugs (the most common drug used is Metformin and can cause GI issues 🤮!).  It works, but my diet is really restrictive.  

I started doing things like walking with friends instead of sitting around the kitchen table drinking coffe and offering cake!  

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