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Gluten-Free Bakery in Philly Area

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I need to find a gluten free bakery in the Philly area. Mr Ritts has moved to Jersey. Any ideas?

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  1. i was all ready to help when i saw the title, because i was going to suggest Mr. Ritts...and then i read the body of your post. bummer!

    i checked the website, and there's a natural food store in Springfield that's listed as a reseller. perhaps you could contact them to find out what kind of selection they have...

    Martindale's Natural Foods
    1172 Baltimore Pike
    Springfield, PA 19064

    as a last resort, you could always have the NJ Mr. Ritts ship you an order.

    1. I know this might be a trek for you, but Sweet Christine's in Kennett Square is a fairly new, well-received addition to the Kennett scene. http://www.sweetchristinesglutenfree....

      1. No need to go to Springfield. Whole foods has lots of stuff. Also Wegmans in Cherry Hill. Are you looking for something specific? Sazon gets gluten free cheescakes that are made locally. they might sell you a whole one if you need it. They are wonderful. They also have GF truffles and creme caramel.

        1. Not sure your Philly area extends this far but Swee Christines in Kennett Square is gluten free. Google Sweet Christenes or gluten free bakeries for their website.

          1. Martindale's Natural Market is a great stop for all gluten free food and they're just west of the city . Main Line Bakery delivers there and so does Good Eatz. www.goodeatzbakery.com
            Why go to Cherry Hill?

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            1. re: mica11

              On days when Main Line Baking Co. is not open, I found that i can purchase their products at Martindale's. They carry their cupcakes, muffins and other items. They come frozen, but taste great when thawed. www.MainLineBakery.com

              Other great places to shop for gluten-free is Giant and Wegmans (soon to be opening in King of Prussia - Yeah!)