Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery Review


I had never heard of Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery before I was given the opportunity to review it.  I knew I liked their bread  even before I tried it. Here are some important selling points I noticed:

-Organic and free of pesticides, radiation, and best of all, free of GMOs.

-The ingredients are foods, with no chemicals or derivatives. No dextrose. No soy lecithin. Awesome.

-Gluten free, casein free, soy free, nut free. Excellent. Note: it does contain yeast, corn, and eggs.

-90 calories per slice. When diets are limited by more than one allergens, it can be hard to get in all the calories you need, especially with kids. 90 calories is a perfect amount for a slice of bread.

-Guaranteed to be gluten free and yummy….which means if you call and say you don’t like it, they’ll send you your money back. More and more companies are dropping their guarantees so I’m a big fan products that support their work.



The taste test: Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery bread is soft, fluffy, and holds together really well for sandwiches and French toast. This is pretty significant because a lot of brands that offer gluten free bread aren’t fooling anyone with their “bread.”  We tried multigrain and cinnamon raisin, and they were both delicious- even to my picky toddlers. Their line also includes hamburger and hotdog buns, pizza crusts, and white bread, which we have not tried.


It’s good to know there are gluten-free organic options. Until now, I didn’t know there was a sandwich bread that was both organic and gluten free. It really is a pleasure to support companies that understand that people want to feed their families wholesome natural ingredients without pesticides or high fructose corn syrup. Today it seems like more and more companies are trying to trick us into eating things that are bad for us in an effort to please the bottom line. I get the sense that Rudi’s interest is making a quality product that we can enjoy without worrying. If you’re interested in trying Rudi’s Bread, here is a link to a one dollar off coupon.

From Aug. 1 to Sept. 30, Rudi’s Organic fans can send in three proof-of purchases to receive a free Rudi’s Official Sandwich Box featuring the winning design, from their recent “Let’s Doodle” contest. Rudi’s Organic will donate $1 to The Lunch Box for every Rudi’s Organic Official Sandwich Box ordered.

Buy it:

Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery bread is available at Whole Foods and Price Rite in New England. You can also look at their product locator to find Rudi bread near you.

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About the Author

Austin is the stay at home mother of twin two year old boys, lover of all things green/organic, and a freelance product reviewer.


  1. Cinnamon Raisin!

  2. I really want to try the Cinnamon Raisin.

  3. Christina G says:

    Cinnamon Raisin seems the most popular, but it looks so good!

  4. I wanna try cinnamon raisin.

  5. marthalynn says:

    I’d like to try the Original flavor!

  6. debbie jackson says:

    cinnamon raisin bread

  7. Jessie C. says:

    I’d like to try Multigrain Hot Dog Rolls

  8. susan hartman says:

    I would like to try their Multi-grain bread

  9. Colleen Maurina says:

    I would really like to try their Cinnamon Raisin Bread!

  10. Trung Nguyen says:

    I’d like to try Cinnamon Raisin Bagels

  11. Cinnamon Raisin Bread

  12. I’d like to try the Original flavor

  13. Cinnamon raisin bagel – yum!

  14. I like the original bread.

  15. elven johnson says:

    14 grain

  16. Sheila K. says:

    I’s like to try the multigrain bread!

  17. Cinnamon Raisin sounds De-Lish!

  18. I would like to try the multi-grain bread

  19. Michelle C says:

    I like the Cinnamon Raisin Bagels. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  20. Catherine Agnes Roebuck says:

    I’d like to try original.

  21. the cinnamon raisin sounds so good….

  22. the cinnamon raisin bread :)

  23. Cinnamon Raisin Bread, that would be a treat

  24. I’d like to try the Multigrain bread.

  25. Brandi Cranston says:

    Thanks for the great review. I’m ready to become more “gluten-aware” in our family’s diet, so it was great to get some exposure to some options.

  26. susan varney says:

    like to try the honey sweet whole wheat

  27. I have to say, Rudi’s is NOT my favorite. I mean it’s alright, but not even close to Udi’s and Blue Monkey. They taste like real bread! Especially the new flavors.

    I would like to try the multigrain, see how it adds up.

  28. I would love to try the Cinnamon Raisin I love having it with breakfast.

  29. I love Rudi’s Gluten Free bread! I’ve not tried the cinnamon raisin so I’d love to try it.

  30. Cinnamon raisin bagels!

  31. twitted this today, 16/8

  32. Will pass on to relative

  33. I bet the Cinnamon Raisin would be awesome as toast.

  34. courtney martin says:

    We are a gluten free family, and we love the original. I would love to try the cinnamon raisin..sounds yummy!

  35. twitted this today, 17/8

  36. Mmmm… multigrain!!

  37. Cassandra Eastman says:

    The cinnamon raisin sounds the best!

  38. adrienne warren says:

    would love to try the multi grain bread. always looking to add whole grains to the diet.

  39. Julie Gernhardt says:

    I look forward to trying this bread! It is hard to find good gluten free bread!

  40. I want to try their 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Flatz – or Bagel Flatz!

  41. Kathy Davis says:

    FB fan as Kathy newsom Davis

  42. Reagan Cowley says:

    cinnamon raisin

  43. I’d like to try their Cinnamon Raisin Bread.

  44. Nicole C. says:

    I would love to try the Cinnamon Raisin.

  45. i’d try the multigrain

  46. micheal dale grim says:

    i want to try the cinnamon rasin bread

  47. Laura Bradley says:

    the original flavor

  48. Cinnamon raisin.

  49. Stephanie O says:

    I would love to try the Cinnamon Raisin bread!

  50. Cinnamon Raisin

  51. amy deeter says:

    the cinnamon raisin bread

  52. Cinnamon raisin

  53. kathy pease says:

    id love to try the cinnamon raisin

  54. I know everyone seems to be saying this but Cinnamon raisin would be my pick

  55. multigrainty.

  56. cinnamon raisin (of course)

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