Living Gluten Free in New Brunswick

All But Gluten™ – Rekindle your love of baked goods..

All But Gluten™ Cinnamon Raisin Loaf


New ALL BUT GLUTEN™ Baked Goods Launches During Celiac Awareness Month for Canadians on a Gluten-Free Diet.

Follow the link above to read all about the new Gluten-Free baked goods now available in Canada from Weston Foods.  ?



Jane's Gluten-Free Foods

Jane’s GLuten-Free Foods in Moncton is celebrating its 1st birthday today.

Happy Birthday and Congratulations Lisa!

You are doing a great service for those of us who are gluten-free.

Thank you!

Click on the birthday cake and it will take you to Jane’s Gluten-Free Foods Facebook page.  😀




During the Holiday Season, it’s great to relax with friends and family and enjoy a nice cold beer. Hard or Dry Ciders are another great GF option I discovered recently.  I actually like to mix beer and cider together about half and half, it kills the bitterness and/or strong taste of most GF beer, giving it a nice sweet malty flavor.  New Brunswick has a few GF products, but don’t forget we have neighboring provinces and states that offer plenty more options.

I’ve tried most of the beers and ciders listed below. 😉 I’m not going to post reviews but if you have any questions please post them in the comments.

New Brunswick (ANBL)

Glutenberg American Pale Ale
Glutenberg Blonde Ale
La Messagere Blonde Ale
Schnitzer Brau
Strongbow Dry Cider
Blackthorn Cider
Magners Original Irish Cider

Nova Scotia (NSLC)

Glutenberg Blonde
Bard’s Beer
Schnitzer Brau
La Messagere Blonde Ale
ShipBuilders Cider
Stutz Hard Apple Cider
Bulwark Ciders
Strongbow Dry Cider


Bard’s Beer
New Grist
Green’s – Amber Ale
Green’s – Dubbel Dark Ale (My personal favourite)
Green’s – Tripel Blonde Ale
New Planet Beer
Fox Tail Gluten Free Ale
Woodchuck Cider
Strongbow Dry Cider
Angry Orchard Cider
Michelob Ultra Cider

For the brave at heart, the following beers do contain small amounts of gluten as they are brewed with barley.  I did try Omission and it does taste pretty good, I didn’t get a reaction but I only had one.  I do have the Estrella Damm Daura at home as well, but I haven’t had the heart to try it yet.  Is it worth it for a beer?

*Omission – Made with Barley – LESS THAN 10 PPM OF GLUTEN
*Estrella Damm Daura – Made with Barley – LESS THAN 3 PPM OF GLUTEN


We all know that Gluten Free foods are expensive, no news there, but here are a few coupons I’ve found that can help save a few bucks over the Holiday Season.  If you know of any more that are not listed, please post them in the comments and I’ll add them to the main post.

Piller’s Simply Free Deli Meats – Save 75¢ – must register to receive coupon.

GlutinoSave 55¢ Any Product – must register to receive coupon.

GlutinoSave $1.00 Genius Bread – must register to receive coupon.

ChexSave $1.00 – must register with .

Bulk BarnSave $3.00 – Purchase of $10.00 or more.

Zevia Zero Calorie SodaSave $2.00 off 10 cans of Zevia any flavour.

Zevia Zero Calorie SodaSave $1.00 off a six pack of Zevia any flavour.

Zevia Zero Calorie SodaSave 25¢ off a can of Zevia any flavour.

Maple Lodge FarmsSave 75¢ of pre-packaged Chicken Deli Meats.


UPDATE – President’s Choice Gluten Free Products are Certified Gluten Free by The Canadian Celiac Association.  You can find the CCA Certification Directory here, click on “show details” under R.W.Bakers Co.

UPDATE – Thanks to Jane’s GlutenFree on Facebook, we now know that President’s Choice Gluten-Free Products ARE produced on a dedicated Gluten Free Line.

You can visit Jane’s GlutenFree on Facebook and thank her for her time.


“NEW” President’s Choice Gluten-Free Products


Superstore now has gluten-free products available under the President’s Choice label … available in the bakery section.  I picked up the Lemon Poppyseed loaf yesterday in the Atholville store and it is delicious.  More options out there for us.  If anyone tried the bread please let us know how it is.  🙂


Our friends at have done it again.  Here’s the current list of Gluten Free Halloween candy available in Canada.

Happy Trick ‘r Treating 2012 Halloween Candy List (Canada) 2012 Halloween Candy List (US)



The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has released this Allergy alert.  Click link below for more details.


WellbeingCounsellor has posted this in our forum.  Visit the forum for more.


Sobeys Dietitians and Sobeys Wellness Counsellor are offering a NEW FREE class Cooking with Gluten Free Flours!

This session will be offered on Wednesday, September 5th from 10am to 1130am at the Sobeys Elmwood Drive.

Come learn about different gluten free flours and sample new products!

Confused about the new regulations? Would you like to learn how to read food labels to make healthier choices? Come to our Gluten Free Label Tour on Tuesday, September 18th from 130pm to 330pm at the Riverview Sobeys.

Sign up for one of these classes by calling Nicole Arsenault at 854-0993 or email her at


Taken from Health Canada’s Web Site

“With new food labels for priority allergens now on most foods sold in Canada, Canadians with food allergens may be asking themselves what changes have been made and how they can use the new labels to protect themselves and their families.

The new labeling rules apply to the list of “priority allergens”, which have been identified as most likely to cause serious allergic reactions for Canadians.

Here are some of the biggest changes and how you can use the new information:

  1. Labelling of “hidden” priority allergensUp until now, food labels did not have to declare when a priority allergen was used to make an ingredient like spices or flavours. Now, labels on products will have to let consumers know when these allergens are in the product, either in the ingredient list or in a “contains” statement.Parents and consumers should look for the allergen in the ingredient list as usual (components of an ingredient like spices may be in brackets) or look for a “contains” statement after the ingredients, like “Contains: XXXXX”.
  2. Plain language names of ingredientsWith the new food labels, companies will have to use commonly understood names for the priority allergens. This will make it easier to identify when a food contains a specific allergen.These names, such as “wheat” or “milk,” will have to be used either in the ingredient list or the “contains” statement.
  3. New priority allergen – MustardBased on a scientific assessment, Health Canada has added mustard to the list of priority allergens that require additional labelling under the new regulations.Canadians with mustard allergies will now be able to look for greater information on food labels to help them identify foods they can safely eat.The list of priority allergens is now:
    • Peanuts
    • Tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, walnuts)
    • Milk
    • Eggs
    • Seafood (fish, crustaceans, shellfish)
    • Soy
    • Wheat
    • Sesame seeds
    • Mustard
    • Sulphite
  4. Gluten-Free LabellingThe latest science shows that people with celiac disease only react to the protein fraction of certain cereals like wheat or barley. They can also tolerate very small amounts of gluten protein in their diets without having negative reactions. As a result, Health Canada has updated its regulatory requirements and guidance around gluten-free labelling to clarify when a gluten-free label can be used.These updated measures will make it easier for industry to understand the requirements, while also allowing Canadians with celiac disease to have confidence in food labels and greater choice in the foods they buy.”