Our gluten-free products
full of taste
Fantastic flavours and textures define our gluten-free products. With the Canadian Celiac Association as our partner, our mission is to provide gluten-free options for every type of meal.Shop all gluten-free products
Look for the logo
There is a growing demand for gluten free foods for medical and non-medical reasons. We have worked with our partners to provide gluten-free products to meet this demand.
Look for the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) logo on specially marked packaging, and when browsing through our products online.
* Registered Trademark of the Canadian Celiac Association. Used under license.
The Canadian Celiac Association trademark used under license for products sold in Canada, and related marketing materials. The CCA endorses the Gluten-Free Certification Program and owns this trademark for use in the Canadian market.
Our gluten-free products
At M&M Food Market, we have products that: (1) naturally do not have gluten, such as single-ingredient meats and vegetables; (2) multi-ingredient products that do not contain gluten; and (3) gluten-free certified products.
For products falling into category (1) and (2) above, we cannot guarantee that these products are gluten-free. These are not tested/certified for gluten content.
For products falling into category (3), we have partnered with the Canadian Celiac Association and their Gluten-Free Certification Program, the only voluntary Canadian verification program designed for manufacturers. This allows us to use the Trusted Mark of the Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) and differentiates these products from non-certified claims. As a result, for these products we can guarantee that they meet the standards for gluten-free certification.
Frequently asked questions
Q: What is gluten?
A: Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and their hybridized strains. Oats do not have gluten, but because they are normally planted near wheat farms, cross-contamination is almost always present. In flour, gluten helps to bind and prevent crumbling, so it is widely used in baked goods and other foods. However, there are several disorders related to gluten consumption. IIt includes allergy, celiac disease, sensitivities and intolerances and these makes it harmful for some individuals to These include allergy, celiac disease, sensitivities and intolerances, which make it harmful for some individuals.
Q: What is Celiac disease?
A: Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder where the body treats gluten as a foreign invader. This triggers the production of antibodies that attack the gluten and, at the same time, damage the lining of the small intestine which may lead to other health issues. A gluten-free diet is challenging as wheat is present in a large number of foods and ingredients. To meet the needs of those affected by celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, we are committed to providing our customers with gluten-free products that meet both Canadian regulatory requirements and M&M requirements without compromising the safety and quality of the product.