Sobeys Gluten Free Options in Regina


Sobey’s boasts about:

  • Pasta: No need to skip this comfort-food favourite. Look for gluten-free fusilli, penne or spaghetti made with wholesome brown rice, and swap them for the traditional variety in your favourite recipes.
  • Sandwiches: Our selection of Compliments Gluten-Free Buns and Rolls means sandwiches are now an easy lunchtime option. Try our multigrain sandwich rolls—they’re made with five grains and have a deliciously crunchy crust. As a filling, pile on your choice of tasty Compliments Deli Meats with Natural Ingredients. Not only are they naturally gluten-free, but they’re also free of added preservatives, and artificial flavours and colours.
  • Baked goods: Indulge in cookies and other sweet treats made from scratch with gluten-free all-purpose flour. For a quicker option, whip up one of our Compliments Gluten-Free Baking and Cake Mixes. Even easier: Satisfy your sweet tooth with a selection of ready-made Compliments Gluten-Free goodies, such as Mini Chocolate Brownies, Quinoa Cookies and Lemon Cranberry Muffins.

A selection of Sobeys Compliments Gluten-Free products

All certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Program. Look for the Canadian Celiac Association-endorsed GFCP trademark on the package, indicating these products meet the GFCP’s strict requirements to ensure they are free of gluten.

Sobeys thinks gluten-free foods have never tasted better. But don’t just take our word for it. These products were taste-tested by a panel of customers with celiac disease, who were wowed by the superb flavours and textures. Now it’s time for you to give them a try.

With Farmhouse Loaves or Sandwich Rolls, you’ll regain the joy of the basic lunchtime sandwich. Think it’s impossible to find tasty gluten-free baked goods? Bite into our tangy Cranberry Lemon Muffins to rediscover your favourite packable snack. And that’s just the beginning: You’ll also want to check out our gluten-free pastas, flour and easy-prep baking mixes. Plus, browse our range of simple recipes to get started on the road to gluten-free happiness.

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Comp-GF-Sweets_Baking Create gloriously gluten-free treats with our deliciously easy mixes. Or bake from scratch with our All-Purpose Gluten-Free Flour Blend.
Comp-GF-Sweets_Baked-Goods We make our Gluten-Free Sweets and Baked Goods so tasty, even people who eat gluten will enjoy them.
Comp-GF-Pastas We’ve got delicious penne, spaghetti and fusilli – all made with wholesome brown rice and developed to cook easily and work with any sauce or application.
Comp-GF-Sweets_Rolls Our rolls were cleverly adapted from a sourdough recipe to be soft, crusty and just as tasty as their gluten-containing counterparts.
Comp-GF-Sweets_Loaves Attention sandwich lovers: Have the works – hold the gluten. Our loaves are everything you want in a sandwich, plus they’re low in fat and very high in fibre.

Sobeys Gluten-free shopping

Sobeys Gluten Free Reviews

Sobeys – University Park

Regina, SK
(306) 585-7722
Open until 11:00 p.m.
Sobeys – Albert Street
Regina, SK
(306) 585-0579
Open until 11:00 p.m.
Sobeys – Rochdale
Regina, SK
(306) 546-5881
Open until 11:00 p.m.
Sobeys Liquor Rochdale
Regina, SK
(306) 522-7570
Open until 12:00 a.m.


CFIA warning about gluten-free beer ‘huge’ for Regina brewery

Gluten Free Regina is an online resource for people visiting or living in Regina, who would like information on different places to eat in and around the area.

CFIA warning about gluten-free beer ‘huge’ for Regina brewery

REGINA, SASK : DECEMBER 16, 2014. Brewmaster Mark Heise at Rebellion Brewery for a story on government regulations. BRYAN SCHLOSSER/Leader-Post.
Rebellion Brewing Co. brewmaster Mark Heise says SLGA’s decision to stop stocking a popular gluten-free beer could be “huge” for his company. BRYAN SCHLOSSER / REGINA LEADER-POST

The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority’s decision to stop selling a popular gluten-free lager could be a “massive” opportunity for a Regina-based brewery that uses lentils grown in the province to make its own celiac-friendly beer.

“It’s huge for us,” Rebellion Brewing Co. brewmaster Mark Heise said of the Crown corporation’s decision to cease ordering Estrella Daura — which is brewed in Spain by S.A. Damm — following a warning from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).

SLGA said it could not provide sales statistics for Estrella Daura, but Heise said its absence from bars is expected to boost sales of Lentil Cream Ale, which Rebellion and the Saskatchewan pulse company AGT Foods and Ingredients Inc. launched in late 2015.

The CFIA advised SLGA and other liquor jurisdictions to “put the product on hold” last month after it became concerned that Estrella Daura was made using products that contain gluten, SLGA spokesman David Morris said in an email.

The Crown corporation plans to sell the “very limited stock” remaining in 20 of its stores and ship all of the beer left in its warehouse back to its suppliers, Morris said, adding that other liquor jurisdictions made similar decisions.

S.A. Damm did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The company said on its website that it guarantees Estrella Daura’s gluten content is three parts per million or fewer — below the accepted gluten-free threshold of 20 parts per million.

Arno Oldach, co-owner of the Yard & Flagon and Rook and Raven pubs in Saskatoon, said having a gluten-free beer like Estrella Daura is important as people become more concerned about diet, and that he plans to replace it with Rebellion’s lentil ale.

 “That’s what we’ve decided to put on tap in lieu of another option,” he said. “And it sells fairly well. I’m not sure if anyone else is offering a gluten-free option in the form of draft.”

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Beer Brothers Gluten Free Poutine

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“In addition to gluten free pizzas, burgers, and salads, Beer Brothers serves gluten free fish & chips (a lost treat for most celiacs), and have a variety of good gluten free beer.”

They also have a separate Gluten free fryer!


Leopold George Duncan Albert was the eighth child and fourth son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Ladies and gentleman… He was the Duke of Albany damnit!

We named this little joint in honour of him and the quasi famous street that is a stones throw away from our front door.

It is a fact that it was proposed to name our fine city after the duke and call it Leopold Saskatchewan but it never happened. In 1882 Leo’s sister Princess Louise named it Regina (Latin for queen), after her mother, the Queen.

The site of Leopold Crescent was also once occupied by a sulky half mile race track and the first location for the Regina golf club which started in 1897 and still exists today.

To this, we raise a pint to the legends of yesteryear and the history that is about to unfold….

Leopold’s Tavern opened with little fanfare in the spring of 2013 in Regina, Saskatchewan. The beat down building at 2330 Albert St. near Leopold Crescent in the midst of the downtown, Cathedral and Crescents neighbourhoods had been a bit of a revolving door of café’s, food joints and bistros. Along came a group of friends with nothing to lose. What they did have was a goal of creating a classic juke box dive bar atmosphere to be enjoyed by friends, community members, strangers and the unaccustomed alike.

Perhaps the founders had very little design skills or were too busy testing the draught lines but all they could come up with in terms of décor was to “put a bunch of junk on the walls” and open the doors. And when it came time to open the doors there wasn’t quite enough junk on the walls so they said “let’s ask our customers s to put their junk on the walls too. It didn’t take long to realize that these items weren’t junk but rather a collection of memories, experiences, the odd accomplishment, some jokes, some tears, all strewn up among the walls and ceilings for the customers to enjoy in their local pub. A story held in each item.

So what exactly is Leopold’s Tavern you might ask?? It’s open to interpretation…it’s whatever you want it to be. It’s your local haunt, your clubhouse, a place to celebrate, your second home, your getaway, a part of your community or even your place of work. Please come down and see for yourself – plug the juke, enjoy our menu of tasty homemade comfort foods and our local, domestic and craft beers. More importantly, enjoy the assortment of friends, family, regulars, misfits and the curious alike that work here, eat here, drink here and play here.

***Does not use separate fryers for gluten and gluten free items. Has Bards beer.Bards beer Leopold's Chips and salsa Leopold's

2330 Albert St, Regina, SK S4P 2V7
(306) 525-5367


19 +

19 +  Pubs, taverns and eateries with gluten-free options for people of and over the legal drinking age. Planning an adult party, here are some options where you won’t have to worry about little ones running around.

After Glow Burger- Beer Brothers

After Glow Burger- Beer Brothers

Artful Dodger

Beer Brothers


Bobby’s Place

Brewster’s (some locations)

Brown’s Social House


Capital Jazz Bar

Fat Badger
La Bodega



The Lobby Public House
Original Joe’s

Slow Pub



For other gluten free options see our family restaurants,  19+, Fine Dining, Coffee & Desserts or our Fast Food listings, or maybe you’re looking for a food truck.