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Buenos Aires — By Pablo Juan Augustinowicz on April 8, 2010 at 12:01 am
Filed under: Buenos Aires, food and drinks, gluten-free

Where to Find Organic and Glutten Free Products in Buenos Aires

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Healthy options such as organic products are beggining to appear all throughout Buenos Aires. Still, what do you do if you are travelling to Buenos Aires and you are allergic to wheat or are a celiac and need to eat gluten free foods?… the following are just some possibilities to get you through:

Dietetica 100% Natural : located in Alto Palermo Shopping at Bulnes 2042. For deliveries or more information you can contact them at 4821-1674. For frozen items they have breads, pizzas, pizza dough, medialunas, empanadas, raviolis, pastas, quiches, and tortas .They also have alfajores, cookies, crackers, rice cakes, gluten free pastas and flours, gluten free soy sauce.

Celigourmet has three locations
- Gral. Paunero 1927 in the Northern suburb of Martinez – Tel: 4798-2990
- Thames 1633 in Palermo Soho - 4831-5162
- Charcas 4787 in Palermo, Celigourmet Factory - 4776-5448

Some of their products include: muffins, cookies, cakes, tortes, pizzas, pizza crusts, empanadas, tartas, crepes, canelones and sandwiches.

Celivery: delivers within Zona Norte. Their telephone number is (15) 5161-8338

El Castano Dietetica: Echeverria 3341 in Belgrano “R” . Tel.: 4552-2911 offers a wide variety of products including pastas, pizza mixes, alfajores, cookies, crackers, gluten free flours, and more.

Of course there are always products you will find at any of the supermarkets and neighborhood dieteticas such as rice cakes and a few gluten free product here or there.

For a few other options check out the Celiac Association in Argentina “Asociacion Celiaca Argentina” They have some additional resources there as well.

I think eating is a very important component in our life and having the choices to eat as we need or desire are priorities.


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