Supermarkets and shops with gluten-free products in Barcelona –
In Spain, you can find gluten-free products in virtually all supermarkets (Hiperdino, El Corte Ingles, Mercadona, Supersol, AlCampo and Carrefour), in organic food stores and some health food stores.
Supermarkets and shops with gluten-free products in Barcelona
Supermarket AlCampo in Matarò Park Mall, on the outskirts of Barcelona:
Address: Carrer Estrasburgo, 5, 08304 Mataró, Barcelona
In “Alcampo” supermarkets you can find a wide selection of gluten-free products in a special aisle and frozen products in a refrigerator properly marked out with the words “sense gluten” (in Barcelona and where they speak Catalan, in the rest of Spain is “sin gluten”).
Address: Avinguda Diagonal, 430, 08037 Barcelona
A nice shop of organic products with a large section of gluten-free products.
There is also a part used as a café with tables and, on the day we were there, they sold a chocolate brownie gluten-free and vegan.
There are two other shops in town:
They have 3 stores in the city of Barcelona and 2 in the Airport (at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2).
Calle Amigò, 53 – Glusearch
Calle Balmes, 391-393 – Glusearch
Avenida Diagonal, 557 – Glusearch
Their chocolate is delicious and all gluten-free.
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