Remember when gluten-free cream of mushroom soup brands offered inedible products? (Let’s be honest — some still do.) About 8 years ago, I was so excited when I found a can of GF condensed mushroom soup — until I tasted that monstrosity. It had the consistency of snot and a taste to match. I still wonder how products like that make it through a panel of taste testers and into production. Luckily, the gluten-free food industry has evolved, and we now have condensed soup options to use in our green bean casserole.
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Popular Gluten-Free Cream of Mushroom Soup Brands
We’ve compiled a list of popular brands of GF cream of mushroom soup and where you can buy them. To help keep you safe, we’ve also included the manufacturer’s allergen or gluten cross-contact policy when we could find it.
This post is informational only. Gluten-Free Grubbin’ will not receive compensation in any form for mentioning these products or brands.
Gluten Free Café From Health Valley
- Cream of Mushroom Soup
Cross-Contact: Gluten Free Café is one of the gluten-free cream of mushroom soup brands that produce only gluten-free foods. Additionally, their website says that all their products are certified by the GFCO. However, they don’t have any information regarding allergen cross-contact, so we reached out to them. In an email response, a rep for Gluten Free Café stated that they take great precautions with their cleaning and sanitizing practices to help prevent gluten cross-contact. (Source: Gluten Free Café)
Where To Buy: Check out the Gluten Free Café store locator to find this GF cream of mushroom soup near you.
- Great Value Gluten-Free Cream Of Mushroom Condensed
Cross-Contact: Walmart doesn’t have any information regarding gluten cross-contact on their website, so we reached out to them. We will update this article if they get back to us. Note, however, that this GF mushroom soup carries the Beyond Celiac Gluten-Free Certification Program seal.
Where To Buy: Walmart, both in some stores and online.
- Portobello Mushroom Creamy Soup
Cross-Contact: We couldn’t find anything on the Imagine Foods website about how they prevent gluten cross-contact, so we emailed them to learn more. An Imagine Foods rep replied via email and stated that all their products are certified gluten free and that they follow strict cleaning and sanitizing protocols to help prevent cross-contact with gluten. (Source: Imagine Foods)
Where To Buy: The Imagine Foods product locator lets you search for specific products at nearby stores.
- Organic Cream Of Mushroom Condensed Soup
Cross-Contact: Pacific Foods keeps all allergen ingredients and finished products separate from other items. They also follow a considerable cleaning process for all equipment after each production run. (Source: Pacific Foods)
Where To Buy: Use this Pacific Foods product locator to see where you can find their gluten-free products.
- Vegetable Classics Creamy Mushroom
Cross-Contact: Progresso has many soups that are certified gluten free by the GFCO, but Progresso’s website doesn’t include any information regarding how the company avoids gluten cross-contact. We emailed them to learn more. While they didn’t clarify how they prevent cross-contact with gluten, they did say that all their products with a gluten-free label have been tested and verified to be safe. (Source: Progresso)
Where To Buy: You can typically find Progresso cream of mushroom soup in any local grocery store. Interestingly, Progresso does not have an option to buy or locate its products online.
Can you buy gluten-free cream of mushroom soup that doesn’t taste like dumpster goo? Yes! My friend, who doesn’t even have to avoid gluten, chooses some of these GF condensed soup products because she likes them better than gluten-containing Campbell’s. That’s saying something!
Which gluten-free cream of mushroom soup brands do you like the most? Have you tried a product on this list? If so, let us know what you think. Hit us with both the bad and the good so that our gluten-free community stays informed. There is no reason we all have to find out the hard way that something just isn’t worth the money.