Where To Shop – Manitoba

Large Gluten-Free Selection

Lorenzo’s Specialty Foods
1060 St. Mary’s Rd.
Winnipeg, MB  R2M 3S9
(204) 253-1300
Toll Free (outside Winnipeg): 1-866-639-1711
www.lorenzosfoods.ca

Meyers Whole Foods
483 William Avenue
Winnipeg, MB  R3A 0J5
(204) 943-1466
www.meyerswholefoods.com

Cocoa Beans Bakery
(204) 918-5313
www.cocoabeansbakeshop.com

Central Products and Foods
630 Nairn Avenue
Winnipeg, MB  R2L 0X5
(204) 667-2758

 

Gluten-free foods are available at the following stores but availability varies with each store:

Chain Stores (various locations)

Costco
www.costco.ca

Family Foods
www.familyfoods.ca

Safeway
www.safeway.ca

Shoppers Drug Mart
www.shoppersdrugmart.ca

Sobey’s
www.sobeys.com

Superstore
www.realcanadiansuperstore.ca

Health Food Stores

Canadian Nutrition Centre
4-1795 Henderson Hwy
Winnipeg, MB R2G 1P3
(204) 339-0440

Feelin’ Good
372 Stephen Street
(204) 822-6707
Morden, MB  R6M 1T5
www.feelingood.ca

Gramma Carol’s Gourmet, Bulk and Health
240 Main St
Selkirk, MB  R1A 1S2
(204) 785-8374
musclemist.ca

Hedley’s Health Hut
Unit 61, 1560 18th Street, Shoppers Mall
Brandon, MB  R7A 5C5
www.healthhutbrandon.ca

Nutter’s Bulk & Natural Foods
19 – 3rd Avenue NE
Dauphin, MB  R7N 0Y5
(204) 638-4081
www.nutters.com

Organza Market
230 Osborne Street
Winnipeg,  MB  R3L 1Z5
(204) 453-6266
www.organzamarket.com

Organic Planet
877 Westminster Avenue
Winnipeg, MB  R3G 1B3
(204) 772 – 8771
www.organicplanet.coop

Two Farm Kids
565 34th Street
Brandon, MB  R7B 3P8
Phone: (204) 728-2855
Toll Free: 1 (866) 745-4621
www.twofarmkids.com

Vita Health (various locations)
www.vitahealthstores.ca

Other Stores

Marvin’s Food Store
marvinsfoods.foodpages.ca

2 thoughts on “Where To Shop – Manitoba

  1. I think you should consider adding Wallmart to the list of Chain stores as they carry quite a bit of stuff now too. Love you site!! I am new to the gluten intolerance world, as is my daughter. We live 2 hours from Wpg in a small town so when she was moving to Wpg for school we were scared of where or how she would find places to eat. I am in the city occasionally for business and quite often it includes lunch or dinner. I find your site valuable to find a restaurant close to the area I will be in. It takes homework ahead of time to live this way, but what choice do we have. Thanks for being a big help and you are now my “go-to” site.

  2. Please consider adding Co-op Food stores to the list of chain stores. I have found several that have a wonderful selections of GF foods. Of course it varies from store to store, but that’s in the disclaimer.

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