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Whole Foods New Updated gluten-free List

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:D thanks I was there last week and they said they would be updating within a few weeks.

now if the would just start carrying the gluten-free food for life tortillas I want lol

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Guest gfinnebraska

Thank you!! I am going there for the first time on the 25th (Wed). I am VERY excited... :) I printed the list and will take it with. Thanks again!! :)

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Thanks Bronco--thats a great list and very helpful for those new to gluten-free shopping. I love Whole Foods--I usually go about twice a month or so. BTW--did you see my recipe for the German Potato Salad? I posted it a couple days ago.

Kimberly--Have fun!

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:D thanks I was there last week and they said they would be updating within a few weeks.

now if the would just start carrying the gluten-free food for life tortillas I want lol

Where in MA are you located? There is a small specialty shop in Stoneham which carries the Food For Life Tortillas...they even order them by the case (12 packages) for you if you ask. They charge you nothing for the shipping and give you 10% off the case.....

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stonehams a trip for me, I shop at the bellingham WF. I went back today, the kid said he didn't order them for me bacause on the order list it said "food for life brown rice" but not gluten free. I said those are them, so he will order them today...I hear they're good but, fall apart sometimes

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Guest BERNESES

Thank you so much for the updated list. I know Trader Joe's is updating theirs too. I've ALWAYS wanted to check out that store in Stoneham. My sister lives in Reading and I've driven by several times. I'll have to check it out now for sure!

Here's the link to the trader Joe's updated list too:

http://www.traderjoes.com/products/brochures/EC_gluten.pdf

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