Bloom Bake Shop, 1834 Parmenter Street, Middleton, phone (608) 831-5797. Cupcakes, cookies, sweet treats, emphasis is on local and seasonal ingredients and a green environment.
Complete Nutrition, two locations: 701 S. Gammon Road, Suite 105, Madison, WI 53719, phone: 608-395-2348, and 25 East Towne Mall, Madison, WI 53704, phone: 608-240-9348. Many gluten-free and dairy-free nutritional supplements.
Area-wide Copps grocery stores (small GF section).
Fresh Madison Market, 703 University Avenue, Madison (campus area), phone (608) 287-0000.
Grace Cheesecakes: Gluten and dairy free options available by special order.
Hy-Vee Grocery, 3801 East Washington Avenue, 608-244-4696. Good selection of gluten free items, on-site dietician gives periodic store tours (see the Calendar of Events on their web page)
Hy-Vee Grocery, Westgate Mall, 675 S. Whitney Way, Madison, WI 53711, 608-277-6735.
Hy-Vee Grocery, 2920 Fitchrona Road, Fitchburg, WI 53719, 608-273-5120.
Metcalfe's Grocery, 726 North Midvale Boulevard in Hilldale Mall, Madison, phone (608) 238-7612. Gluten free section near deli and in frozen foods.
Metcalfe's Grocery, 7455 Mineral Point Road, Madison, phone (608) 663-6363. Gluten free section.
Peapod, shop on the web and have your groceries delivered. Many gluten-free and dairy-free items.
Silly Yak Bakery, 7866 Mineral Point Road, Madison, WI, 53717, phone (608) 833-5965.
U-Bake, 6632 Odana Road, Madison, phone (608) 833-3680.
Whole Foods Market, 3313 University Ave., Madison, phone (608) 233-9566.
Willy Street Co-op, 1221 Williamson Street, Madison, phone (608) 237-1234. No special section -- gluten free products are found throughout the store grouped with similar foods, i.e., rice crackers are found with regular crackers, gluten free cookies with regular cookies. They also produce their own non-gluten baked goods, but their kitchen is not dedicated to gluten free baking.
Willy Street Co-op, 6825 University Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562, phone (608) 284-7800. No special section -- gluten free products are found throughout the store grouped with similar foods, i.e., rice crackers are found with regular crackers, gluten free cookies with regular cookies. They also produce their own non-gluten baked goods, but their kitchen is not dedicated to gluten free baking.
Woodman's East, Milwaukee Street at Highway 51. Gluten free breads are located in freezers in the regular bakery section. More gluten free items are located in the organic/special diet section next to the frozen foods area, and frozen gluten free foods are in the freezer case adjacent to the organic/special diet aisle.
Woodman's West, Watts Road at Gammon Road. Gluten free products are located with organic/special diet foods, and frozen items are in an adjacent aisle. Gluten free breads are located in freezers in the regular bakery section.
Yue Wah Oriental Foods, 2328 S. Park Street, Madison. Read labels on your own and use your own judgment.
A Gluten Free Frenzy, 19555 W. Bluemound Road, Brookfield, WI, 53045, phone (262) 785-7020.
Good Harvest Market, just 2 blocks off Hwy I94 in Waukesha. Mailing address is 1850 Meadow Lane, Pewaukee, WI, 53072. Check web site for their gluten free product guide.
Molly's Gluten-Free Bakery, N47 W28270 Lynndale Road (Highway JK), Pewaukee, WI, phone (262) 369-1404.
Gluten-Free Trading Company, 3116 S. Chase Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53207, phone (414)747-8700 or 1-888-993-9933.
The Tangerine organic health food store, 201 Dewitt Street, Portage, WI 53901, phone (608)742-1043.
Yahara River Grocery Coop, 229 East Main Street, Stoughton, WI 53589, phone (608) 877-0947.
Miller & Sons Supermarket, 201 S. Main Street, Verona, WI, phone (608) 845-6478. Gluten free items shelved with similar gluten-containing items.
Creative Cooking by Lydia, Homespun cooking classes and food related presentations.
Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic, by Peter H.R. Green, M.D., and Rory Jones, published in 2010. Dr. Green is Director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. This volume explains in clear and easy to understand language many issues surrounding Celiac Disease, including how it affects you, diagnosis, related conditions such as diabetes, depression, infertility and other autoimmune diseases, what you need to know and how to cope.
Celiac Disease Nutrition Guide, Second Edition, by Tricia Thompson, published July, 2006. Survival guide for following a GF diet, identifying GF food products and medications, list of resources, frequently asked questions.
Digestive Health SmartBrief is a free, advertising-supported newsletter delivered via email, produced by SmartBrief for the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) and its member physicians to offer their patients.
EatDrinkMadison.com. Search for local events, restaurants and bars by location and by type. "Gluten Free" is one of the search options under Cuisine in the Eat section.
Gluten Free Living. Subscribe to Gluten Free Living magazine. Up-to-date information on ingredients, recipes, and other fun and useful info.
Living Gluten Free in Madison Blog: Kelli-Lee Harford's reviews of local restaurants.
Living Without, the magazine for people with allergies and food sensitivities. Find gluten free/casein free and other free-from recipes, recommendations for substitutions, news and info.
Madison Public Library: The Madison Public Library is part of the South Central Library System. If you have a library card you can use the LinkCat program from the library's web site to check for book locations and availability. If your local library is part of the South Central Library System then they can request books from other libraries in the system. Many gluten free cookbooks are available through the library. Use LinkCat to search for the subject "gluten free".
Recognizing Celiac Disease: Signs, Symptoms, Associated Disorders and Complications, book by Cleo J. Libonati, John M. Libonati II, and David M. Capuzzi, published January 2007. Provides an overview of Celiac Disease with an emphasis on dietary management of the disease.