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The Ultimate Guide To Gluten-Free Condiments

by Elyse the Gluten-Free Foodee

Our goal is to help us all live our collective best gluten-free life, and that can sometimes mean sharing guides that help us navigate prepared products to find which ones are safe to enjoy. We have created and shared the ultimate guide to gluten-free chocolate, the ultimate guide to gluten-free candy, and the ultimate gluten-free beginner’s guide for those just starting out. We continue sharing this information today with our ultimate guide to gluten-free condiments. In this new ultimate guide to gluten-free condiments, we have combined all of our previous condiment guides in one place for ease of use.

Condiments are the finishing touch to many dishes. They also add moisture and flavour to food like BBQ, chicken wings, sandwiches, and more. However, trying to decipher which are gluten-free can be difficult.

There are many brands of sauces and flavours, and reading each label to decipher which are gluten-free, can be overwhelming and time-consuming but it must be done. Even when you think there can’t possibly be gluten in the sauce, you still must read the label. Our list is here to help you so that you can easily look up, which condiments are safe, then read the specific label, and decide if it is for you.

Even though we have vetted the products in our guides, we still recommend that you read the labels, because manufacturing formulations can change from country to country, or factory to factory. Also, manufacturing processing can change over time, which could impact cross-contamination, which would be reflected on the label. Check out how to read labels and other practices to avoid gluten, in our Ultimate Gluten-Free Guide for Beginners.

DISCLAIMER: Most of the products on this list are manufactured in facilities, or on equipment that is also used to manufacture products which contain gluten. Please be sure to determine if it is safe for your own personal consumption. Also, products that are labelled gluten-free, are clearly indicated on the list. Other products simply do not contain gluten in the ingredients but are not labelled gluten-free.

The Ultimate Guide To Gluten-Free Condiments


This installment covers relishes, pickles, salsas, and a variety of sauces that defy the category.


Looking for sauces to cook with, or pair with wings, steak, and other BBQ items- this is the list for you.


Classics like ketchup and mustard might seem like they have to be gluten-free naturally, but that is not the case. You need to check, to ensure these classic condiments are safe for you to enjoy.


When enjoying your favourite East and southeast Asian dishes like Chinese Food, you need to check that your sauces are gluten-free. Many sauces and recipes have soy sauce in them, and that is a big culprit of gluten, that you may not have considered. This list will help decipher which sauce has gluten in them.

We will be updating our ultimate guide to gluten-free condiments, with more categories of condiments, so that you have the information you need to make gluten-free living easier.

What is your favourite category or condiment? Do you have a favourite condiment we left off any of the lists? Leave us a comment below and let us know. In sharing information, we can help educate one another, so that we can all live a full – and safe – gluten-free life.

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