This webpage has a button that randomly selects a gluten free item for you. I think a random, but curated, product selection can help consumers in several ways:
Here are a few non-branded examples of gluten-free snacks:
- Fresh fruit and vegetables (such as apples, carrots, and celery)
- Hard-boiled eggs
- Nuts and seeds (such as almonds, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds)
- Popcorn (plain, not flavored)
- Rice cakes
- Gluten-free crackers (such as rice crackers or crackers made from nuts)
- Gluten-free granola bars
- Gluten-free pretzels
- Gluten-free tortilla chips
- Gluten-free popcorn
- Gluten-free trail mix
- Gluten-free jerky
- Gluten-free dark chocolate
- Gluten-free protein bars
- Gluten-free smoothies
It’s important to note that it is always a good idea to check the ingredient label before consuming a product to ensure that it is gluten free.
Some of the biggest prepackaged gluten-free snack brands include:
Enjoy Life Foods: They offer a wide variety of gluten-free snacks such as cookies, crackers, and chocolate bars.
Udi’s Gluten Free: They offer a wide range of gluten-free products including bread, pizza crusts, muffins, and granola bars.
Boulder Canyon: They offer a variety of gluten free snacks such as potato chips, popcorn, and tortilla chips.
Glutino: They offer a wide variety of gluten free snacks including crackers, pretzels, and cookies.
Snyders of Hanover: They offer gluten-free pretzels, crackers and popcorn.
Kettle Brand: They offer gluten free potato chips.
Late July: They offer gluten free tortilla chips and crackers.
Gluten-Free O’Doughs: They offer gluten free crackers and cookies.
Blue Diamond: They offer gluten free almonds and almond butter.
KIND Snacks: They offer gluten free granola bars and nut bars.
It’s important to note that not all store bought snacks from these brands are gluten-free, so it’s always a good idea to check the ingredient label before consuming a product to ensure that it is gluten-free.