Gluten Free and Celiac

Gluten Free and Celiac

Glutenfri Copenhagen

If you have Celiac Disease or are gluten intolerant, Copenhagen is a good place to study abroad, with gluten-free produce available in most large supermarkets and some special bakeries.

Danish Supermarkets

Some supermarket chains have a larger choice of gluten-free products than others. Keep in mind that gluten-free products may be shelved alongside regular versions of the same item. If you do not find what you’re looking for, try another location in the city as stock varies between supermarkets. Don’t be afraid to speak to a store manager, who may be able to order more gluten free products for your local supermarket.

  • Irma’s gluten free selection is often listed as the preferred choice for DIS Copenhagen alumni
  • Rema 1000 has a small selection of labeled gluten free items: pizza mix, white and brown flour, and their own bread called vitamille
  • Health food shops in Copenhagen carry a wide assortment of gluten-free foods. Search for helse + københavn online and you will find the nearest ones

Gluten Free Brands

Look out for:

Bob’s Red Mill
Fiber Husk

Cafes, Bakeries, and Restaurants

While Danish restaurants are very accommodating when it comes to guests with food allergies and restrictions, there are a few places with dedicated gluten-free menus and selections:

  • Feelgood Bakery located in Nørrebro is an entirely gluten-free bakery
  • Landbageriet located next to Nørreport Station has a wide selection of gluten-free bread, cakes, and muffins
  • Andersen Bakery has a range of gluten-free breads and sweet treats
  • Helsam stores are worth checking for gluten-free products
  • Torvehallerne, otherwise known as the Glass Markets, are located next to Nørreport station. Gluten-free choices/vendors
    • Palæo offers wraps made from egg, salads, and pizza made with a vegetable crust

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