Gluten-free Bagels

9 Popular Gluten-Free Bagel Brands

Gluten-free bagels no longer have a bad reputation.

Bagels are one of those beloved foods that gluten-free eaters often mourn the loss of. In the past, gluten-free bagels were the culinary equivalent of a hockey puck. Slathering that bread discus in cream cheese was a necessity so that it would slide down your gullet before it could absorb all of the moisture from your throat. Today, gluten-free bagel brands have stepped up their game by producing soft, chewy bagels that actually taste good.

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Top Gluten-Free Bagel Brands Available

Have you ever wondered who makes gluten-free bagels? Below you’ll find a list of nine popular GF bagel brands available across the world, though many of these products may be available only within the United States. Where possible, we’ve linked to the company store locator so you can easily see where you can get GF bagels near you. 

This post is informational only. Gluten-Free Grubbin’ will not receive compensation in any form for mentioning these products or brands.

BFree 

  • Multiseed Bagel
  • Plain Bagel

Cross-Contamination: The BFree bagel packaging contains the Gluten-Free Certification Organization label, but we could not find an allergen safety policy on BFree’s website. We did email the company and ask for more information, and we’ll share their response when we hear back. 

Where To Buy: Albertsons, Amazon, Fred Meyer, Safeway, and Walmart. Use the BFree store locator to purchase GF bagels near you.


Canyon Bakehouse

  • Plain Bagels
  • Everything Bagels
  • Blueberry Bagels 
  • Deli White Bagels
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Canyon Bakehouse puts its products through thorough testing in its dedicated gluten-free facility to ensure that products come in below 5 parts per million. Before ingredients enter the facility, Canyon Bakehouse tests them to prevents cross-contamination. If those raw products are found to have gluten in them, they are not allowed to enter the factory. Canyon Bakehouse foods also carry the GFCO certification. (Source: Canyon Bakehouse)

Where To Buy: Albertsons, Natural Grocers, New Seasons, Safeway, Target, and Walmart. The Canyon Bakehouse store finder will help you get gluten-free bagels near you.


Franz 

  • Plain Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Franz gluten-free products and ingredients are regularly tested in their dedicated gluten-free facility. Their products are also certified by the GFCO. (Source: Franz)

Where To Buy: Albertsons, Fred Meyer, Safeway, Target, Walmart, and Winco. Consult this Franz bakery and outlet locator to find Franz bagels near you.


Kinnikinnick 

  • Blueberry Bagels
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
  • Plain Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Kinnikinnick is one of the gluten-free bagel brands that is so dedicated to preventing cross-contamination that they don’t allow their staff to bring in any kind of gluten-containing items. Additionally, Kinnikinnick keeps all ingredients out of their dedicated gluten-free facility until they have been tested and found to have less than 5 parts per million of gluten. All of these products are GFCO certified. (Source: Kinnikinnick)

Where To Buy: Amazon, New Seasons, Walmart, and Whole Foods. Use this store finder to learn more about where you can purchase Kinnikinnick gluten-free bagels.


Little Northern Bakehouse 

  • Plain Bagels
  • Everything Bagels
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
  • Blueberry Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Little Northern Bakehouse not only tests their products themselves for gluten, but they also have an outside lab test them. Their dedicated gluten-free facility and their products have been certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. (Source: Little Northern Bakehouse)

Where To Buy: Amazon, Safeway, and Natural Grocers. The Little Northern Bakehouse store finder will help you locate their GF bagels.


Schar 

  • Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
  • Plain Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Schar’s website doesn’t have any information regarding how they avoid cross-contamination, so we reached out. In an email from the company, they said that their products are made in dedicated gluten-free facilities. They also test their products using the ELISA R5 test and aim to have all of their products under 10 parts per million, with most of them coming in under 5 ppm. (Source: Email from Schar)

Where To Buy: Amazon, Fred Meyer, New Seasons, Safeway, and Walmart. Use this product locator to find Schar gluten-free bagels in your city. 


Trader Joe’s

  • Gluten Free Bagels
  • Gluten Free Everything Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Trader Joe’s tests their gluten-free products to ensure that they contain less than 20 parts per million of gluten. In an effort to obtain more information regarding how they prevent cross-contamination, we reached out to the company. Unfortunately, their reply only restated the information about their testing and didn’t include any information about avoiding cross-contamination. (Source: Trader Joe’s)

Where To Buy: We’ve found these products at Trader Joes, of course! Use Trader Joe’s store locator to find gluten-free bagels near you.


Udi’s

  • Plain Bagels
  • Cinnamon Raisin Bagels
  • Whole Grain Bagels
  • Everything Bagels

Cross-Contamination: Udi’s website didn’t have any information about how they avoid cross-contamination, so we reached out to them. In their email response, an Udi’s representative said that their products are made in a shared facility, but they follow strict cleaning policies when switching from producing gluten products to gluten-free products. They also keep gluten ingredients segregated from gluten-free ingredients to help prevent any cross-contamination. (Source: Email from CONAGRA)

Also note that Udi’s products have the GFCO certification mark.

Where To Buy: Albertsons, Fred Meyer, QFC, Safeway, Target, Walmart, Whole Foods, and Winco. Udi’s product locator will direct you to where you can buy their gluten-free bagels. 


O’Doughs

  • Everything Bagel
  • Pumpernickel Bagel
  • Sesame Bagel
  • Original Bagel
  • Sprouted Whole Grain Flax Bagel
  • Apple Cranberry Bagel

Cross-Contamination: O’Doughs website doesn’t state how they avoid cross-contamination, so we emailed to find out more. In their response email, they told us that all of their products are made in a dedicated gluten-free facility. They also follow a Food Safety Standards Program to ensure the safety of their products. (Source: Email from O’Doughs)

Where To Buy – Albertsons, Amazon, Buy-Low Foods, Choices Market, Gluten-Free Mall, Loblaw, New Seasons, Overwaitea Food Group, Safeway, and Whole Foods. O’Doughs has a retail store locator you can use to find all their gluten-free products.

Which gluten-free bagel brands are your favorite? Is one missing from this list that you think the GF community should know about? If so, comment below and share the love! 

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