Costco seems to be slowly increasing its selection of gluten-free products. The latest is Udi's bread.
I bought a 30-ounce loaf of Udi's whole grain bread today for $6.79. That's a pretty good price, since the normal supermarket loaf is 12 ounces and goes for something like $4.
I found out about it in an e-mail from Udi's a couple a days ago, but a Costco employee told me they've been stocking the bread for about a month.
Besides the bigger package, another difference is that Costco is selling it off the shelf, as opposed to in the freezer cases. In fact, I almost didn't find it because I was looking for it in the freezers.
Another interesting product I found recently at Costco was a large package of gluten-free chicken nuggets from a company called Golden Platter.
I actually got the nuggets a couple of months ago and found them to be, frankly, mediocre, so I haven't written about them before. When it comes to gluten-free chicken nuggets, I really prefer Applegate Farms, which are available in Publix and other stores.
However, I've had a lot of meals out of the 64-ounce package from Golden Platter and it's still going. It is kind of convenient for a quick small meal, and I bet it would a great thing to have around for kids who are gluten free.
Yes, you can find gluten-free deals at Costco.