Gluten-Free Bread Companies—An Overview

There is certainly no lack of options when it comes to gluten-free breads. Gluten-free for years, I’m lucky to have had the opportunity to try so many of them. The market is now full of gluten-free bread companies, offering breads, buns, rolls, and so much more, some of which are made to be nutrient-rich and good for us. Here is an overview of some gluten-free bread companies:


Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery ( offers three types of breads, Original, Multigrain, and Cinnamon Raisin. Original is made to taste like classic white bread and is superior in taste, and the Multigrain tastes great.

Katz Gluten-Free Bakery

Katz Gluten-Free Bakery ( is a casein-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free facility. Their bestseller is their challah bread, with their whole grain bread coming in behind a close second. For more information, read my company review here.

Everybody Eats

Everybody Eats ( is a 100% dedicated gluten free and 100% dedicated ground and tree nut free facility based in Brooklyn. Their unsliced challah and baguettes are known for being tasty. They also offer bagels, deli rolls, and more.

Canyon Bakehouse

Canyon Bakehouse ( sells a variety of gluten-free breads, including a tasty cinnamon raisin bread, as well as focaccia, muffins, and some delicious hamburger buns.

Grainless Baker

Grainless Baker ) makes breads, rolls, and much more. They’ve developed 40 products in 10 different categories. As far as their breads, they offer several types, including an exceptional mock rye. You can read more about the company in my review here.

Joan’s GF Greatbakes

Joan’s ( offers a wide array of breads and bread products, including corn bread, rolls, muffins, and all varieties of bagels. Joan’s GF Greatbakes is a dedicated gluten-free facility that is also free of peanuts, tree nuts, and soy. Some of their products are also egg- and dairy-free.

Food for Life Baking Company

Food for Life ( is not a gluten-free company but sells gluten-free breads and products such as Brown Rice Tortillas and Yeast-Free Gluten-Free Breads. Their multigrain bread is a great product.

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12 thoughts on “Gluten-Free Bread Companies—An Overview

  1. Thanks so much for this! This is a very valuable list to have. I have felt entirely overwhelmed at times by the choices out there, but gradually I’m getting to try each one. That’s what you eventually have to do, I think, try it on your own, then you’ll know. I also take notes in my iPad so I can remember my thoughts on various brands otherwise I’ll forget them!

  2. A great little compilation you have here! I love Katz and Grainless Baker. They are my favorites. I’m also really into baking my own stuff these days. It’s quite a bit cheaper and also eventually I got pretty good at it.

  3. Hi Tina I’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease for quite some time and I’ve come to try most of the different brands out there and I have to say you’ve made a great list here. I got kind of nostalgic looking at the list because I remembered how far we’ve come. There were just a couple of gluten-free bread companies I could stand back in the day. My, we’ve come a long way!

  4. Thanks for this Tina! I’ve printed this out for my local support group. We have been trying to come up with a list ourselves of different companies to test out. I’ve tried a few of these guys, but not all of them.

  5. It’s funny, you can talk to all sorts of gluten free peeps and they seem to know of all these brands that you don’t know, but I like discovering new brands which is why I’m always online reading reviews and stuff like that. This is a great list because I’ve only tried about half of them. I’m excited to try the other ones!

  6. I think this is a well-compiled list, however I’m really getting into the whole grain-free thing lately. Even gf breads don’t make me feel so great. I have been eating SO many fruits and vegetables lately and I’ve cut down on starches and I’ve lost weight, my skin looks great, and I feel better than ever. I highly recommend cutting out breads altogether or as much as possible.

  7. You know what my dream is? Moving to New York or San Francisco or some big city like that and living right down the street from an amazing bakery with the most perfect gluten-free bread that’s fresh-baked! For now I don’t mind ordering breads or picking them up in the store, but I really love that fresh-baked taste. That’s the best! Maybe I should try baking my own bread!

  8. I’m so excited about this list! I am trying these out in order and seeing how I like them. I am fairly new to the gf diet so I still don’t have favorite breads. Also, I really want to get into baking bread.

  9. This blog is a keeper! Printed it out, stuck it on my fridge, and will be trying each one (except the three I have tried) one at a time and seeing what I think of them.

  10. I recommend as well the following: Mariposa Baking Company (AMAZING!) and Julian Bakery. Other than that, great list!

  11. I think that Grainless Baker has to be my favorite of this list because I’m not really into grains right now, whether they’re gluten-free or not, because I’ve been reading up on it and also from experience I just do so much better when I’m eating grain-free.

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