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Hey guys. At mom's job they listen to Saskatoon's rock station online and the last little while she's been hearing advertisements about the store called "The Gluten Free Zone" which aparently has almost anything a person could need. Now my guess is that it's a new store?? I looked it up online but there is no information.

If anyone knows about exactly where this is located, please let me know a.s.a.p!!!

~ Lisa ~

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2403 22nd St West

Saskatoon, SK

683-6310

Hope that helps! :)

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2403 22nd St West

Saskatoon, SK

683-6310

Hope that helps! :)

Oohh Ryan, you're my hero lol. How did you find this address, out of curiosity?

~ Lisa ~

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My wife looked it up on mysask.com, they have a yellow pages search thing.

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My wife looked it up on mysask.com, they have a yellow pages search thing.

Sweet :P . Kind of weird though too because I searched for it online and couldn't find nothing on it, never thought of checking the yellow pages. Can't wait to check the place out!! If it's any good I'll be sure to tell you hehe

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Alright, I just gotta bump this topic:

Went there last week, and WOW. Cheaper than the other health foods store, EVERYTHING in there is only gluten-free, and tons of options!

Not to hard to find the store, either.

And this may interest some of you others: She said they ship to anywhere in Canada AND the U.S.!

There is a website too, I will post all the info for everything. This is a store worth checking out.

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Alright, I just gotta bump this topic:

Went there last week, and WOW. Cheaper than the other health foods store, EVERYTHING in there is only gluten-free, and tons of options!

Not to hard to find the store, either.

And this may interest some of you others: She said they ship to anywhere in Canada AND the U.S.!

There is a website too, I will post all the info for everything. This is a store worth checking out.

i am definately going there to check it out, probably on thursday, because tomorrow is canada day and i will be busy and they are probably closed, but iwill be checking it out as soon as i possibly can! thats nifty

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