ALDI Adds Tons of New Gluten-Free Products to Shelves

ALDI, the first grocery store to offer their own private label line of gluten-free products with the liveGfree brand, is adding tons of new gluten-free products to their shelves on May 8. It’s time to grab your reusable shopping bag and fill up your cart with these exciting items. 

“ALDI has a wide range of products to stock your kitchen, including pantry and freezer items,” according to ALDI. “From pizza and chicken nuggets to soft baked cookies and pretzel sticks, ALDI offers affordable options for those who are looking to avoid gluten.” Personally, we’re excited to try the gluten-free empanadas and ravioli!

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ALDI’s liveGfree gluten-free product line received the Good Housekeeping Seal, a symbol of quality assurance and consumer protection. Click here to find an ALDI store near you.

Here are the new gluten-free items that will be available at ALDI on May 8 and available for a limited time only.


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Chocolate or glazed gluten-free donuts
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring

These light and fluffy donuts come in glazed and chocolate frosted varieties and look absolutely mouthwatering. They’re not a health food, with 220 calories and 13 grams of sugar apiece, but they can be enjoyed as a gluten-free treat when the craving for donuts hits. 

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One thought on “ALDI Adds Tons of New Gluten-Free Products to Shelves

  1. I live in the centennial, Colorado. Where can i buy these products ? We were in Whittaker, California last week bought some of your products and love them.

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