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Kroger’s List of Gluten Free Products 2011

John Libonati Gluten Free Works

kroger gluten free listThis just in from the Eastern Tennessee Celiac Sprue Association Chapter #120

“Kroger has given us a list of gluten free products they carry. Not all
products are available in all stores. This list is from May 2011, so newer
products may not be listed. Product formulas may change without notice so be sure to check packaging when you shop.”

The complete list – 26 pages – is available in searchable or downloadable format: Kroger Gluten Free Product List


Author Information: John Libonati, Philadelphia, PA
Editor & Publisher, Recognizing Celiac Disease.
John can be reached by e-mail here.

About John Libonati

Author Information: John Libonati, SW Florida Publisher, & The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.


  1. You can download the list directly from the Kroger website in PDF format. Why do you post it on Scribd such that it requires a premium membership to download?

  2. I’ve been to the store n Tennessee when I visited my son early this year n discovered all kinds of allergy products. It was like a store n a store n it was a beautiful thing that I haven’t seen any where else especially in Mississippi. I visited the Kroger but 27 miles down the road n found nothing but a store like most. It’s a sad thing u hv to shop almost every store especially if u are very senitive I mean u hv to travel 27 plus miles just to get a loaf of bread. It feels very discriminating even if a store gets something u ask 4 it will disappear before long so what is the use. In order to reach a whole food store u would hv to travel but n hour or more just to make grocery now that is very sad.

  3. For a long time Kroger led us celiacs to believe their Kroger labels and private label was gluten free. As I struggled through the years seeking safe food, I thought I could trust their label after many phone calls w/ reps assuring me that the products I called about were safe.

    Today, when doing by due diligence by contacting them about products I’ve used from them before, I was told Kroger is no longer able to make those claims. Upon further research, I found that laws on GF have tightened up and Kroger was never as safe as they claimed.

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