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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I don't know how many of you have a Winco Foods that you go to (it's only in a few western states), but when I was at Winco last night for the first time in a couple years, we were on the cereal aisle, and I looked over and right above where they have the Power Bars and stuff, there were two lilttle shelves with GLUTEN FREE products!!! I was SO EXCITED!!!

They had about 4 different Gluten-Free Pantry Mixes, some Bob's Red Mill gluten-free, and 4 different shapes of TINKYADA!!!

I almost cried!!!

Winco is one of those really big, really cheap, non-membership grocery stores where you bag your own groceries. When we were first married, there was a time when Winco was all I could afford. I haven't been in so long because my back got so bad that I couldn't bag my own groceries or buy tons of groceries all at once. They don't have a natural food section or anything like that. It's just regular groceries.

So if WINCO has a gluten-free section, no matter how small, we are DEFINITELY getting somewhere.



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we have a winco about 45 min away from us. my daughter is going to college in that town----i will have to send her over to see if our winco carries the gluten free stuff. were the gluten free foods any less expensive at winco?


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