Walmart carries many gluten-free products and a certified gluten-free line of privately labeled products. In this article, I’ll share which gluten-free brands you can find at Walmart and how Sam’s Choice Gluten-Free Bread and several Great Value gluten-free products fared when tested for hidden gluten. This post was last updated in August 2023 and contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
Walmart has come a long way in its effort to cater to the gluten-free community. Not only is there a dedicated gluten-free section in many Walmart stores, but you can also find many name-brand gluten-free products throughout the store.
While every Walmart is different, and some locations carry more gluten-free foods than others, I have found at least a small section of gluten-free foods in every Walmart I’ve visited.
The Walmart in Centennial, Colorado, has a decent-sized gluten-free section in the grocery aisle and one in the freezer aisle. A yellow banner hangs over the gluten-free area to help shoppers quickly identify the section.
In addition to the yellow banner, small yellow tags are sticking out from the shelves that flag consumers to gluten-free products.
Testing Sam’s Choice Gluten-Free Bread
One of the best finds at Walmart was Sam’s Choice Gluten-Free Multigrain Bread. The bread is certified gluten-free by the GFCO and comes in shelf-stable, stay-fresh packaging. It’s also available in Classic White.
When I first spotted the bread in January 2023, I didn’t buy it. I had too many loaves of other breads in my house to eat through.
Months later, I found it again and bought a loaf to test for hidden gluten using my Nima Sensor, a portable gluten-detecting device. As you can see, the packaging has changed from January to August 2023.
Nima smiled, which means it didn’t find any gluten. While this bread is safe, I must admit, it didn’t taste great. It was okay, but the texture and taste could have been better.
Gluten-Free Great Value Products
Walmart also offers a variety of Great Value-branded products that are certified gluten-free by the Beyond Celiac Gluten-Free Certification Program, a third-party gluten-free certifying agency.
These products are labeled “gluten-free,” “and include the following:
Breads and Pastas:
- Great Value 6″ tortillas
- Great Value Hamburger Buns
- Great Value Sliced White Bread
- Great Value Creamy Shells and Cheese
- Great Value Macaroni and Cheese
- Great Value Brown Rice & Quinoa Penne Pasta
- Great Value Brown Rice Spaghetti
- Great Value Cream of Mushroom Soup – Condensed
- Great Value Tomato Soup – Condensed
- Great Value Cream of Chicken Soup -Condensed
Baking Mixes and Sweets
- Great Value Chocolate Sandwich Cookies (similar to Oreos)
- Great Value Vanilla Cream Sandwich Cookies
- Great Value Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix
- Great Value Yellow Cake Mix
- Great Value Pancake & Waffle Mix
- Great Value Granola Bars (Dark Chocolate)
- Great Value Stroganoff Dinner Kit
- Great Value Chicken Bacon Ranch Dinner Kit
- Great Value Cheeseburger Dinner Kit
- Great Value Butter & Herb Rice Pasta and Sauce Mix
- Great Value Chicken Flavored Rice and Sauce Mix
Many items were in the designated gluten-free aisle; however, I found others elsewhere in the store. Always look for the gluten-free label before purchasing these items; some of these products come in gluten-free and gluten-full varieties.
Testing Great Value Products for Hidden Gluten
I tested several Great Value products with my Nima Sensor, including the Great Value gluten-free hamburger buns. Nima didn’t find any gluten in the hamburger buns.
I also tested the Great Value Cream of Mushroom soup; again, Nima Sensor found no gluten.
If you like canned soup, you might enjoy my article, Gluten-Free Canned Soups – Tested for Hidden Gluten. I tested several brands of soup for hidden gluten.
Gluten-Free Brands Found at Walmart
Walmart also carries some of the most popular name brands in the gluten-free industry.
I list many of the brands below, but keep in mind that Walmart is constantly adding new brands. Also, just because these brands were spotted at my local Walmart doesn’t mean they’re available at all stores.
Bread and Crackers:
- 4C Gluten-Free Breadcrumbs
- Blue Diamond crackers
- Canyon Bakehouse bread
- Crunchmaster crackers
- Mama Mary’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crusts
- Mary’s Gone Crackers
- Mission Grain-Free Tortillas
- Schar bread and rolls
- Siete Almond Flour Tortillas (frozen food section)
- Udi’s bread
Cereal and Breakfast Foods:
- Bob’s Red Mill Gluten-Free Rolled Oats
- KitchFix granola bars
- Purely Elizabeth granola
- Real Good Breakfast Sandwiches (frozen food section)
- Van’s gluten-free waffles (frozen food section)
- Van’s granola bars
- Whenever bars
Gluten-Free Flours and Baking Mixes:
- Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Gluten-Free Flour
- Bob’s Red Mill Almond Flour
- Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Baking Flour
- Krusteaz Gluten-Free mixes
- Meli’s Monster Cookie mixes
Gluten-Free Pasta and Pizza:
- Annie’s Gluten-Free Mac n Cheese
- Banza Chickpea Pasta
- Caulipower Pizzas (frozen food section)
- Caulipower Cauliflower Pappardelle (frozen food section)
- Daiya Cheezy Mac
- Explore Cuisine bean pasta (assorted)
- Freschetta Frozen Gluten-Free Pizza
- Jovial Pasta
- Schar Pizza Crust (frozen food section)
- Sonoma Flatbreads Frozen Gluten-Free Pizza (frozen food section)
- Taste Republic fresh linguine, ravioli, and tortellini (refrigerated specialty aisle)
- Tinkyada Brown Rice Pasta
- Udi’s Gluten-Free Frozen Pizza (and frozen pizza crust)
Gluten-Free Frozen Meals:
- Applegate Farms gluten-free chicken nuggets
- Feel Good Foods egg rolls and potstickers (frozen food section)
Gluten-Free Sweet Treats:
- Cybele’s Free-to-Eat Cookies
- Enjoy Life Chocolate Chips
- Glutino Cookies (assortment)
- Goodie Girl Cookies
- Jimmy’s Cookies (paleo cookies in the freezer)
- Kinnikinnick Vanilla Wafers
- Nature’s Bakery Fig Bars
- Sheila G’s Gluten-free Brownie Brittle
- Udi’s Mug Cakes
- Annie’s Bunny Cookies
- Chomps Meat Sticks
- Fuel Snacks
- Glutino Pretzels
- Good Crisps chips
- Snack Factory Gluten-Free Pretzels
- The Good Crisp Company Chips
- Way Better Grain-Free Snacks
- Wild Zora Meat Bars
How to Save Money at Walmart
While you’re already saving money just by shopping at Walmart, there’s no hiding the fact that gluten-free food is more expensive.
Here are a few tips for saving even more money when shopping at Walmart:
(1) Stock up on naturally gluten-free foods: Stock up on fresh and canned fruits and vegetables, beans, rice, dairy products, eggs, etc.
You can get them at a great price at Walmart, and they’re all naturally gluten-free. Walmart also carries organic, sustainable, and grass-fed meats.
(2) Bring those coupons: Just because you shop for gluten-free foods doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a good coupon or two.
(3) Shop private labels: Walmart’s Great Value products are lower in price than their brand name counterparts. And they taste pretty good, too.
(4) Buy frozen produce: A great way to save money on groceries is to buy frozen produce. These fruits and vegetables are frozen at the peak of freshness and last longer than fresh produce. Some Walmart frozen produce contains “may contain wheat” warning labels. Please read all labels carefully.