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Don’t Miss These Gluten-Free Products!

Do your New Year’s resolutions include a healthier diet? Start 2017 off right with these gluten-free, paleo and vegan products.

Gluten-Free Tortilla Alternatives

Siete uses almond, coconut and cassava flours to make tender tortillas. These tasty, grain-free wraps come in three varieties—Almond Flour, Cassava & Chia and Cassava & Coconut. Find them in the refrigerator section of your natural grocery store. Gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo and non-GMO.

$8.99 for a package of 8 tortillas

sietefoods.com

512-645-0547

Contains tree nuts.

Not a Nut

Tiger nuts are nut-free, fiber-rich small root vegetables. Organic Gemini’s TigerNut Smoothie Mix combines organic tiger nuts, organic sacha inchi powder (a protein-rich powder made from the seeds of a plant native to Peru) and organic cacao powder for a healthful drink. One serving delivers 30 percent of your recommended daily amount of fiber. Certified gluten-free, organic, vegan, paleo, Non-GMO Project Verified.

$15 for a 9.3-ounce bag

organicgemini.com

347-662-2900


Delightful Dressing

We’re impressed with Snackin Free’s tasty primal dressings and sauces, especially the Garlic Cilantro Dressing. Snackin Free also makes breads, cereals, crackers and treats that are gluten-free, paleo and suitable for the Autoimmune Protocol, GAPS, Low GI and SCD diets.

$7.99 for a 12-ounce bottle

snackinfree.com

951-304-2433


Grain-Free Flour

Make delicious gluten-free, paleo and grain-free recipes with Otto’s Cassava Flour, an all-purpose flour replacement made from anti-inflammatory yucca root. It’s certified gluten-free, paleo and Non-GMO Project Verified.

$17.99 for a 2-pound bag

ottosnaturals.com

732-654-6886


Junk-Free Jerky

The New Primal uses high-quality free-range turkey and 100 percent grass-fed beef in its kid-friendly Snack Mates sticks. This tasty gluten-free jerky contains no sodium, sugar, preservatives or added nitrates.

$5.99 for a 2.5-ounce bag

thenewprimal.com

866-723-1386


Bone Broth Believer

Bonafide Provisions makes gluten-free frozen bone broth using organic chicken and grass-fed beef. Slow simmered for 24 hours with organic veggies and spices, it’s so good you’ll want to drink it straight from a mug. Find it in the freezer section of your natural grocery store. Look for more varieties of Bonafide bone broth in the future.

$9.99 for a 24-ounce bag

bonafideprovisions.com

760-683-9146

Contains soy.

Homemade Bread

Want to avoid preservatives and other unwanted additives in your bread? Make your own loaves! It couldn’t be easier with The Gluten-Free Bread Machine Cookbook (Harvard Common Press) by Jane Bonacci and Shannon Kinsella—175 tested recipes from sourdough to pizza dough.

$22.99

theheritagecook.com


Paleo Pizza Party

Mikey’s (of Mikey’s Muffins) uses almond flour and eggs in its new grain-free crust. Delicious! Certified gluten-free, paleo, dairy-free, soy-free and non-GMO, it’s found in the freezer section of your natural grocery store or online at wildmountainpaleo.com.

$14.95 for two 2-packs

mikeysmuffins.com

516-455-6033

Contains eggs and tree nuts.

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Gluten Free Snack Time

Simple Mills crackers are made with simple ingredients, including nut and seed flour blends, tapioca and cassava. Fine Ground Sea Salt Crackers and Sun-Dried Tomato & Basil Crackers are not to be missed. Certified gluten-free, paleo-friendly and free from grains, soy, corn and gums.

$4.99 for a 4.25-ounce box

simplemills.com

312-600-6196

Contains tree nuts. Farmhouse Cheddar contains dairy.

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Meat to Go

We’re wild about the new flavors of Vermont Smoke & Cure’s mouth-watering meat sticks. You’ll want to try the Teriyaki Chicken Sticks, Rosemary Thyme Chicken Sticks and Spicy Italian Pork Sticks. These gluten-free, 1-ounce snacks are low calorie but pack 6 to 10 grams of protein each. Animals are vegetarian-fed and raised without antibiotics.

$32.95 for a pack of 24 sticks

vermontsmokeandcure.com

802-482-4666

Contains soy.

Always read labels carefully. Manufacturers can change ingredients without warning. Not every product sold by every company listed is gluten-free or allergy-friendly. When in doubt, confirm ingredients directly with the manufacturer.