They carry anything from different bread flour, cake flour, pastas, grains, condiments (olive oil, vinegars, spreads, preserves etc), European snacks (biscuits, candies, fruit juices), The emphasis is on gluten free, dairy free and preservative free.The staff is helpful and friendly, and the product here is of the best quality. Web site and other store locations.
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The store has all the normal grocery iyems and a large number number of gluten-free options , cheap non-dairy milk, bulk spices, a good selection of meat alternatives (tofu, seitan, mock meats, tempeh) for less than other shops. Also Mexican, Italian, Portugese, Indian, and East Asian prepared foods. Definitely the place for natual food products at decent fair low prices compared to health food stores... great for organic sundries, spices, great produce (incl some organic) and a very diverse bulk foods section... also has a a deli. Web site.
You just can't beat the variety of organic foods found at Drive Organics, even though the prices can be steep on some products. They have a lot of things to make vegans happy, lots of superfoods, lots of sauces and mustard and dressings and there's a decent bulk section that includes organic herbs and spices. The atmosphere is relaxing and casual. I would recommend giving this place a try if you were a big organic food fan.
This store has selection of grains, pulses, flakes, flours, herbs, spices, fruit chips, raisins, seeds, powders, cereals, sugars and tisanes.They stock tons of unusual ingredients.all kinds of flours, nuts, dried fruits and pulses, sugar, cocoa powder, spices, snacks, chocolate, meals and pastes, extracts and emulsions, oils and vinegars, exotic meats, cheeses, produce, baking ingredients galore. Ethnic specialty foods: Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Greek, Russian, Mexican, etc. The selection of gluten-free flours and alternatives is amazing andlots of organic meats, cheese, produce and dairy. Web site.
They sell organic produce, organic beef, organic eggs, organic granola, and a few other organics. What's not organic is usually local. You can find local, organic, and "conventional" produce & dairy products as well as gluten free and vegan options. They sell bread, canned/jarred foods, non-perishable times and some ethnic food items and seasonings. Web site.
Arlene's baked goods actually taste as good or better than their gluten-full counterparts! There's a couple dozen selections of gluten-free baked goods available, from moist chocolate cupcakes to a variety of cookies to more savory offerings, like italian flatbread and quejos (Brazilian cheese buns) Web site.
It's just like a westernized T&T, they have crab, shrimp and fish tanks, they have lots of asian products and the prices are really good. There is a whole section on fresh seafood and another aisle full of the usual Chinese cut meats, poultry, beef and chicken.They have a gluten free bakery section. Some mixed reviews. Web site. and store locations.
Quejos serves tasty, chewy, gluten-free sourdough-esque cheesebuns made from manioc powder of all things. Other than the buns the store carries lots of good stuff like hemp hearts, tasty juices, GF cookies, all at reasonable prices. Web site.
As per the name, everything is gluten-free and soy-free. Some items are vegan. From squares to round cookies, granolas, cake mixes, frozen cinnamon buns, cheese buns, mini banana loaves, huge muffins, frozen pizza dough...the selection was impressive. And it's all gluten free (and some items are sugar free, dairy free, etc.).The interior is a crisp white that has a definite french feel to it. It is a nice relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a mid-week treat. The cafe is open Wed-Sat 11am-4pm. Web site.
Whole Foods Market is widely known as an organic grocery store. Whole Foods carries pretty much anything you can think of in terms of groceries, including fresh fruits and veggies, a wide variety of baked goods, a huge deli section, and more cheese than you could imagine. Unfortunately, with that selection comes a high cost which ia a common theme for most reviews. Web site.
Canada's best selection of low carb and sugar free products. They also stock gluten free, weight management and nutritional products. The Low Carb Grocery Store makes it easy to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
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O'Neill's Gourmet Foods is a business that has an uncompromising dedication to top quality food and superior customer service. Beyond being food enthusiasts, we are consumers of our own products and offer only the very best products available.
Sausage Kitchen provides Ottawa's largest selection of fresh 100% all natural sausages. Our in store butcher has a great selection of smoked meats
This store is amazing! It's larger than it looks, with even a grocery section in the back with bulk bins, gluten free products, refrigerated & frozen stuff, and more. Lowest health food store prices in the city!! Products range from dairy, fish oil, bulk items, cosmetics, baby supplies, snacks, vitamins, tea, coffee, herbs...and the list goes on. Web site.
If you're vegan or have gluten issues this is one the best place in the city to get baked goods. Mixed reviews on some bakery items. Web site.
Marcheleo's is a small, modern, and super clean grocery store with extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful staff. They carry a nice variety of organic, gluten-free, and kosher products. They also have a nice selection of deli meats, organic fruits and vegetables, organic dairy products, pastas and other specialty food items. Web site.
Noah's Natural Food is a full-service health food store. It has a range of restricted diet products (gluten-free, dairy-free, both at once, etc.) and it's got most of your organic food needs. A bit pricy. Web site.
This place just looks like a typical vitamin/supplement store - but if you walk to the back they have an awesome selection of health food, organic staples, gluten-free food, and some produce. The milk, yogurt and cheese is always fresh and the prices are much better than some of the chain grocery stores.
This place is a good, but expensive place to buy healthy, vegetarian, vegan foods. They also have a lot of foods for people with gluten, wheat, and nut allergies.
This place is a good, but expensive place to buy healthy, vegetarian, vegan foods. They also have a lot of foods for people with gluten, wheat, and nut allergies. Web site.
They have a variety of different sausages ranging from beef, pork, and poultry sausages and promote that they don't use additives, which is nice and now has some gluten and filler-free handmade sausages, as well as traditionally raised pork, beef and poultry. They also have sandwiches, salads and other prepared foods.
The prices here are very reasonable for organic and natural food. The house-roasted coffee is excellent, and comes in a variety of blends. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the hours are convenient.
Store has a good range of organic, gluten free and traditional health food products.
A great selection of dietary grocers and health food products. Knowlegable staff.
Tau is pretty much your one-stop shop for everything green and organic. They have a little bit of everything, from fresh fruits and veggies to cereals and meatless meat. If you are looking for gluten, vegan, organic or diabetes ingredients you can introduce in your day to day diet, this place have got them all.
This shop supplies organic products (from cheese to chocolate, beer to produce), amazing sandwiches and superb customer service. Web site.
Amazing range of gluten free products, a very impressive range of frozen gluten free breads and gluten free chips, cookies and flavored granola are readily available.