Gluten Free Food at Starbucks in CANADA!!!

This is a first, ladies & gentlemen!  (other than yogurt and bananas)

I was getting my ultra-fine and double-blessed skinny vanilla latte this morning when I saw these on display:

Isn’t that BEAUTIFUL??

Thought you’d want to know!

About Cathy Tibbles

In 2007 Cathy's Hubby was diagnosed with celiac disease and Strawberries Are Gluten Free was born. The early days of SAGF are chock full of all the newly converted recipes. More recently the articles are trending to cool new products, events, local news and family tales.


  1. I know, I was excited too! I saw the Twitter news about the new gf snacks at Starbucks, but assumed it would only be in the US! They also have sweet potato tortilla chips, peanut butter, chocolate chip and cinnamon cookies, and dried fruit – all gluten free!! I pretty much bought one of everything to keep in my desk and try, so far I’ve had the multi-grain tortilla chips and dried cherries – it’s nice to have a snack option when going to Starbucks! I still miss the chocolate croissants I would eat pre-diagnosis though;)

    • I didn’t see the cookies!! Thats great news! I only saw the chips – I had a sample of most of the flavors of Food Should Taste Good chips sent to me. I loved them all except Jalapeno, but my kids only liked sweet potato and multigrain. I wonder if we’ll get the cookies too? We have about 6 or 7 SB in our city – so maybe one of them!?!

      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Thanks for the news! I checked the Starbucks site and it turns out the products vary from store to store. You can pull up your store and check the menu by going to the nutrition page and putting in your zip code. (Don’t use the store locator as the menu option won’t come up.) Use this URL instead:

    If the site is current, my local Starbucks has gluten free valencia orange cake…(But I wonder if that is one of their discontinued items from last year. Anybody know?)

    • Hi Pat,
      I know that the orange cake was in starbucks in the states last year. I don’t think it ever made its way to Canada. But I didn’t hear very many good reviews of it either.

      Thanks for link!


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