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New gluten-free bakeries in the Bay Area

Posted on June 22nd, 2010 by Alison Read 5 Comments - Add Your Own »

It’s happening, people. We are getting our own bakeries — gluten-freedom at last!

I am excited to share the news with you that you have a few new options for finding gluten-free baked goods:

migletsbakerycupcakesMiglet’s Gluten-Free Bakery
This adorable bakery features everything from cutesy cupcakes to personal-sized quiche!

  • What: a dedicated gluten-free bakery, and can accommodate dairy, casein, corn, soy, egg, and nut-free orders too
  • Where: located at 480 San Ramon Valley Boulevard #A2 in Danville
  • Who: Katie Alin, owner and founder (mom is Elaine Taylor who has celiac disease and founded Camp Celiac)
  • Website:

goodchemistrybakingbiscuitsGood Chemistry Baking
With a daily menu posted on their website, you can find an array of goods, including biscuits, scones, cookies and bread.

    • What: a dedicated gluten-free bakery, with some dairy-free and nut-free options
    • Where: located at 3249 Grand Avenue in Oakland, near the Grand Lake Theater
    • Who: Jane O’Hara, owner and baker (has celiac disease)
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mariposafarmersmarketMariposa Baking Company
Mariposa isn’t new (it was started in 2004), but what is new is that it is at the Marin Sunday Farmer’s Market! Yippee! There are also many new products being offered, like cinnamon rolls and breads.

  • What: a dedicated gluten-free bakery
  • Where:
    • located at 5427 Telegraph Ave, Unit D3 in Oakland, in the Temescal neighborhood
    • also in a kiosk in the Ferry Building in San Francisco
    • also in the Sunday Farmer’s Market at the Civic Center in San Rafael in Marin County
  • Who: Patti Furey Crane, owner and founder (was diagnosed with MS and then learned she had a gluten allergy)
  • Website:
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  1. hey there – there’s a new gluten free bakery opening in San Carlos soon:

    I’m gonna check it out when they open in the slim chance that we might be able to go there (but it’s probably not nut free).

    I’ll let you know what I find out 🙂

  2. Hey Alison! Had the Mariposa Multi-Grain bread for the first time this week picked up at the Ferry Building. Delicious!! It’s still soft and fresh-tasting after four days and I didn’t have to put it in the fridge. Picking up more today at the Farmer’s Market. So excited…

  3. Alison, thanks so much for making this list! I am going to add the relevant ones (have to see if Mariposa has DF options too) to our recommended dining with link and credit to you for posting. I just now found this post via an AllergySense post. I must keep up on your site better!

  4. Thanks for this summary! I didn’t realize that Mariposa was at the farmers market. I know where we are headed on Sunday. ;-). Just posted the link to this in the comments at:

  5. aw… good chemistry is closed. 🙁

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