7 Gluten Free Brands Changing the Food Industry

As more people are diagnosed with Celiac Disease and gluten allergies, more food brands are pushing to provide products for them. This has dramatically increased in recent years and only continues to grow with researchers forecasting the global gluten free market to be worth $33.05 billion by 2025.

This growth of the market brings exciting new brands and products to consumers. In this post I’d like to highlight 7 brands making a strong push for gluten free. Whether you have celiac, gluten intolerance, or just enjoy living the gluten free lifestyle, this article can be a resource to show you some of the most prominent gluten free brands around the world.


1. Glutino

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Glutino was started in 1983 with the goal of helping people live fully. Since then they have expanded to serve customers worldwide and offer unique new products for the gluten-conscious market.

Glutino has gluten free products for every meal including english muffins and breakfast treats, chips and pretzels, cookies and wafers, and much more. Glutino is owned by Boulder Brands, which is based in the United States, but distributes products worldwide.

You can learn more about Glutino here.


2. Amy’s Kitchen

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Amy’s Kitchen is a family owned business that manufactures organic and non-GMO foods. They are not a primarily gluten free focused company, but they offer so many products in the sector that they were worthy of a mention on this list. Amy’s was founded in 1987 and has grown to over 1,000 employees serving their products worldwide.

Amy’s Kitchen provides a huge selection of gluten free convenience and frozen foods including pasta bowls, rice bowls, noodle bowls, burritos, soups, breakfast meals, sweet treats, and more.

You can learn more about Amy’s Kitchen here.


3. Schär

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Considered Europe’s most well known gluten free brand, Schär has been a professional partner in gluten-free living for 30 years. Schär is owned by parent company Dr. Schär. Dr. Schär has multiple brands serving the gluten free world, with Schär being their strongest brand in Europe and America.

Schär has around 120 products in different categories including gluten free flour and baking mixes, bread, pasta, sweet treats, and frozen products. Not only do they offer a huge selection of gluten free products, but Schär also features a lot of educational content and helpful guides on their website and apps.

You can learn more about Schär here.


4. Udi’s

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Udi’s has been serving the gluten free world since 2008. What started as a loaf of gluten free bread quickly became one of the largest gluten free communities and brands in the world.

Founded by Udi Bar-On, Udi’s mission is to provide the best gluten free food on the planet. Udi’s offers a large variety of products including gluten free breads, buns, bagels, muffins, cookies, and granolas. Udi’s products are available all over the world with their headquarters based in Denver, Colorado in the United States.

You can learn more about Udi’s here.


5. Bob’s Red Mill

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Established in 1978 by Bob Moore, Bob’s Red Mill is a company that has supported those living with gluten sensitivities for quite some time. According to their blog, Bob’s has provided gluten free products for over 30 years.

Bob’s Red Mill produces a wide variety of products to help those with gluten allergies. These include flours, baking mixes, protein powders, starches, and other meal replacements/ingredients. Their headquarters is located in Milwaukie, Oregon in the United States, but they distribute products worldwide.

You can learn more about Bob’s Red Mill here.


6. Canyon Bakehouse

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Christi Skow was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2007. The same year, she started Canyon Bakehouse along with her husband Josh and their friend Ed Miknevicius. Since then, their company has grown massively in their mission “to bake breads that were free from gluten and other allergens, but held the taste, texture and feeling of “real” bread”.

Canyon Bakehouse now offers 12 entirely gluten free products including various breads, hot dog and hamburger buns, bagels, and even brownie bites. Their products are available all over the United States and in select parts of Canada.

You can learn more about Canyon Bakehouse here.


7. Glutenfreeda

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Glutenfreeda is a dedicated wheat/gluten-free food manufacturer located in Burlington, Washington in the United States. They prepare a variety of healthy, gluten-free options including granola, oats, hot and cold cereals, and a number of frozen foods.

Glutenfreeda was founded in 1999 and the company serves customers in the United States and Canada through retailers and online distribution.

You can learn more about Glutenfreeda here.


More Gluten Free Brands

These are just a few of the many brands making a push for gluten and wheat free products in an effort to reach a larger market. What are your experiences with the companies and products above? Find all gluten free business articles here.

Leave a comment below about your favorite gluten-free brand. Whether it is a company featured above or another company we missed. We’d love to hear about them.

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