Gluten Free & Dairy Free: New Products To Try

Are you on a gluten free, dairy free or soy free diet?   There are so many great options for you at the grocery store right now! It’s so different than 20 years ago when you could only get a handful of products at the health food store, which was a long drive away!

Gluten free and dairy free options are everywhere you shop these days! You can find gluten free and dairy free products at the following stores in the Lake Norman area:

  • Harris Teeter
  • Bi-Lo
  • Wal-Mart and Target
  • Earth Fare
  • Healthy Home Market
  • Trader Joe’s

 

Here is a list of some of the newest gluten free and/or dairy free products available:

 

  • Paleo Bread by Julian Bakery:  these amazing new breads are all the rage and are healthy, low calorie, gluten free and grain free.  The Almond variety and the Coconut variety are equally tasty and both offer their own unique benefits.  They will be in over 1000 stores nationwide by the beginning of August.  In the Charlotte area, you can find them in The Natural Marketplace.  Otherwise, you can order them online.  Use the Promo Code 1776 for $5 off your order OR Buy 6 or More and receive a Flat UPS 2 Day Rate of $15 of for West Coast Customers UPS Ground for $5.95.  Go their webpage:  Paleo Bread to place your oder online.

 

  • Rudi’s Gluten Free Tortillas:  it’s about time there is a great tasting gluten free tortilla!  They come in plain, spinach or fiesta flavors.  They are currently being shipped to stores and you should be able to find them at Earth Fare and Healthy Home Market in a few weeks.

 

  • Lenny Boy Kombucha Tea:  RepairVite patients can enjoy Kombucha tea and now there is a ready brewed variety…and it’s local to Charlotte!  You can purchase this at all Healthy Home Market locations in the Charlotte area.

 

  • Applegate Farms Hot Dogs:  afterall, it is summer!  Perfect timing for all the BBQ’s your family will be attending and now you can join in!  Try several varieties of chicken, turkey or beef dogs from Applegate Farms.

 

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