ALDI Adding Many New Gluten-Free Products to Shelves


Approximately 8% to 10% of people with type 1 diabetes[1] also have celiac[2], an autoimmune digestive disorder that is caused by eating foods that contain gluten, a type of protein found in grains such as wheat, rye and barley. If you’re living with celiac or a gluten intolerance, you’ll be excited to hear that ALDI, the first grocery store to offer their own private label line of gluten-free products with the liveGfree brand, is adding a variety 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.

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“ALDI has a wide range of products to stock your kitchen, including pantry and freezer items,” according to the supermarket. “From pizza and chicken nuggets to soft baked cookies and pretzel sticks, ALDI offers affordable options for those who are looking to avoid gluten.”

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.[3]

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

Looking for the basic ground rules of the gluten-free diet? Click here for everything you need to know to get started[4]

Spinach or cheese ravioli
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This gluten-free ravioli is offered in a spinach variety or a cheese blend with ricotta, parmesan, fontina and Romano cheeses blended together. It contains 14 grams of calcium per serving, is an excellent source of calcium and can be whipped up in four minutes and served with your favorite sauce. 

Chicken & broccoli alfredo or chicken florentine skillet meals
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[6]

These skillet meals are made with 100% real cheese and make an easy, well-balanced weeknight dinner. 

Gluten-free bites in PB&J, coconut, and dark chocolate coconut.
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[7]

These bites come in three different flavors and make a great on-the-go snack.

Gluten-free linguini or fettuccine

More gluten-free pasta options are always a good thing. These may become a new pantry staple for a quick dinner, added to your favorite pasta sauce.

Seeds and grains bread

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This hearty bread is packed with flavor and a variety of textures.

Cinnamon raisin bread 
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[9]

This sweet bread contains 70 calories per slice and might just become your new favorite breakfast. 

Hot dog or hamburger buns
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[10]

Just in time for grilling season, soft white hamburger and hot dog buns are ready to go!

Supreme cheesecake sampler
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[11]

This cheesecake includes chocolate chip, New York style, lemon swirl and raspberry swirl flavors (two slices of each) so you can indulge your sweet tooth or pull it out for guests.

Chocolate or glazed gluten-free donuts
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[12]

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.

Butter garlic or seasoned croutons
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[13]

These light, crispy croutons can adorn all your salads this summer. 

Empanadas available with beef, chicken or vegetable
ALDI is Adding a Bunch of New Gluten-Free Products this Spring[14]

These little pockets of joy come in three flavor options and are easy to cook up and enjoy when the craving strikes. 

These gluten-free items are available at ALDI year-round. 

Endnotes:
  1. type 1 diabetes: https://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/diabetes-resources/definitions/type-1-diabetes/
  2. have celiac: https://celiac.org/about-celiac-disease/what-is-celiac-disease/
  3. Click here to find an ALDI store near you.: https://www.aldi.us/stores/
  4. Looking for the basic ground rules of the gluten-free diet? Click here for everything you need to know to get started: https://www.glutenfreeliving.com/gluten-free-foods/diet/basic-diet/
  5. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Cheese-Ravioli.jpg
  6. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Chicken-Broccoli-Alfredo-Skillet-Meals.jpg
  7. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Bites-Assorted-Varieties-PBJ.png
  8. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Seeds-Grains-Gluten-Free-Bread.jpg
  9. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Cinnamon-Gluten-Free-Bread.jpg
  10. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Hot-Dog-Buns.jpg
  11. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Cheesecake-Sampler.jpg
  12. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Chocolate-Gluten-Free-Donuts.jpg
  13. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Glute-Free-Butter-Garlic-or-Seasoned-Croutons-Butter-Garlic.jpg
  14. [Image]: https://cdn.glutenfreeliving.com/2019/04/liveGfree-Gluten-Free-Empanadas-Assorted-Varieties-Beef.jpg
  15. “Celiac Disease,”: https://www.diabetesselfmanagement.com/diabetes-resources/definitions/celiac-disease/
  16. Gluten-Free Living.: https://www.glutenfreeliving.com/

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