In this installment of our Best of Gluten-Free in Paris series, we provide a guide to grocery stores that stock high-quality gluten-free items. Here are a few places we suggest checking out to stock up on gluten-free foods in the City of Light.
Naturalia is a large chain of organic grocery stores (owned by Monoprix) that jumped on the gluten-free bandwagon early with freshly baked breads and an extensive stock of gluten-free items including crackers, cereal, pasta, and cookies. You will find a similar selection of bio, gluten-free items at citywide organic grocery store chains such as Bio C’ Bon and Biocoop.
Bien l’Epicerie is an independent organic grocery store with two locations in Paris. In addition to a wide selection of gluten-free items, you will also find an impressive bulk food section, beautiful seasonal vegetables, and even aromatherapy and beauty products.
La Maison du Sans Gluten
La Maison du Sans Gluten is an entire store stocked with gluten-free products including breads, cakes, pasta, flour, and cereal. The shop even has your apéro covered with a selection of vegan cheeses and gluten-free crackers to go with!
Naturalia, various locations
Bien L’Epicerie, 20 rue Saint Gilles 75003 Paris, 8 rue des Quatre Fils 75003 Paris, and 12 rue Lagrange 75005 Paris
La Maison du Sans Gluten, 12 rue d’Hauteville 75010 Paris
- For Gluten Free bakeries in Paris check out our top picks.
- Read about the difference between café and caffè culture.
- If gluten isn’t a problem, check out the restaurant Passerini.
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