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Hi, My son wants to get me a gift certificate to order gluten-free food online, I've never ordered online before, whats a good site that doesn't charge high shipping and handling?

If you have any great prouducts to suggest that would be great too :D

thanks

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I would have him get you one for amazon, most times if not all times you can get free shipping. That way you can food or cookbooks or anything on there.

paula

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Hi Paula, I was looking at Amazon, it seems you can only order in bulk..I want to try new things so Bulk would not work

thanks for the reply!

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I forgot about it being in bulk lol. I have only ordered from one site www.reallygreatfood.com. I had great luck with them. Shipping is a little high. They dont have lots of stuff but the stuff they have is good. Maybe check them out.

paula

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A lot of people order from Kinninick foods. I have not done that yet, but I may in the future. There are things on their websites that I have not yet found in stores.

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thanks, I will check them all out

I have no idea what to order...Its so disappointing when the foods not good

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thanks, I will check them all out

I have no idea what to order...Its so disappointing when the foods not good

Look for sample sizes and groupings also when you shop. I don't know if all companies do this but I know Ener-g does. My DS actually likes their bread and used to order the sample sizes to make sure stuff didn't go bad before he got the chance to eat it all.

Scotts site here has a lot of stuff and do check out Kinnickinick also.

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Betty,

I've ordered from Gluten Free Trading Company (food4celiacs.com). They're in Wisconsin, so it's close for me to order from them. I'm not sure if the shipping charges change the farther out you are from their store.

What a great gift idea! You taught your son well ;) !

Good luck!

Laura

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Betty,

I've ordered from Gluten Free Trading Company (food4celiacs.com). They're in Wisconsin, so it's close for me to order from them. I'm not sure if the shipping charges change the farther out you are from their store.

What a great gift idea! You taught your son well ;) !

Good luck!

Laura

How's the selection there? I have never been to their site. I am out of the area by a few states but if there are hard to find things it might be worth the gander.

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I think it's pretty extensive. The site is easy to get around - If there's a brand you like, you can locate the item by the brand name.

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laura, I was just at their site, it looks great and I like that they charge shipping by weight.

I'm curious to try La Tortilla wraps

thanks for the help everyone!

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I also order alot from amazon but as it is only in bulk I try a single from elsewhere first so I know how I will like it.... as for food4celiacs.com wow that site looks cool... added it to my fav's along with

causeyourspecial.com (awesome cookies, cake and brownie mixes)

bobsredmill.com

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