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Although I have to say that, for packing a sandwich, Udi's is my favorite -- Rudi's gluten free breads are pretty darn good, too.

Much to my delight our local Costco is carrying Rudi's gluten-free bread! (this is the Costco between Hampden & Oxford, on Santa Fe - Denver CO) We all know how costly our breads are, and this is a good savings, you get 2 loaves for $6.89.

Just FYI!

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If you haven't...try toasting it, as in grilled cheese! IT is THE BESTTTT!!!!

They said on their FB page that they will post a list of COSTCO's that are caring it, once they know it is on the shelves.

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Thanks for the head up. That's a great deal for 2 loaves. I sure like it when we can help each other out. Especially when it saves us money and time!

Angie.

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I so hope our Costco's here in the Phoenix valley carry them soon! I pay 6.99 a loaf for Rudi's at Whole Foods. That would be like half price at Costco! And we really like the Rudi's bread too. Thanks for the heads up!

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I've only recently heard of Udi's and Rudi's bread. I'm going to go to our local Costco and ask if they could carry gluten free bread. I'm in British Colombia Canada. Our best local bakery carry's gluten-free bread but wants $11.00 a loaf. I understand you can make gluten-free bread in a bread machine, any one tried it?

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I've only recently heard of Udi's and Rudi's bread. I'm going to go to our local Costco and ask if they could carry gluten free bread. I'm in British Colombia Canada. Our best local bakery carry's gluten-free bread but wants $11.00 a loaf. I understand you can make gluten-free bread in a bread machine, any one tried it?

Man, I know how you feel. I'm in Alberta and am seeing the same prices but we have no bakery in town - the nearest gluten-free bread is 3 hours' drive to Edmonton. So, I make my own bread (not in a maker) and am having good success. Whilst I like Udi bread ($8.99) my homemade is better. I'm still experimenting, though.

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