Gluten is a band of seed storage protein naturally found in cereal grains. In bread wheat, gluten amounts to around 75% to 85% of its total protein. According to research, some people experience immunological, inflammatory, and autoimmune adverse reactions to gluten. This intolerance of gluten foods has resulted in increased demand for food products. According to some reports, the number of American’s going gluten-free has tripled since 2009 with more growth on the horizon.

There are of course, plenty of ingredients that can be touted as naturally gluten free. Foods such as fruits and vegetables, dairy products, some whole grains, legumes, fresh meat, poultry, and fish are just some examples of naturally gluten-free ingredients.

A gluten-free diet should consists of naturally gluten-free foods such as nuts, eggs, legumes, milk, dairy products, meat, vegetables, fish, fruits, rice, and corn among others. Since demand for these products continues to grow, right now is a fantastic time to start a gluten-free food business. Here are some of the best ideas for a brand name by category below.

Gluten-Free Name Ideas

Gluten is found in grain.

Looking for gluten-free name ideas for your next startup? Here are some name suggestions that may fit your business name.

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  • Fruitarian
  • Wheat Nothings
  • Dairy Goodness
  • Nut Your Ordinary Food
  • Mighty Meaty
  • Gut Health
  • Gliberty
  • Good ‘Ol Natural
  • Liberated
  • New Day
  • Nature’s Bounty
  • Farm Fresh
  • Life’s Choices
  • Healthy Choices
  • Green Options
  • Select Fruits
  • Nature’s Store
  • Grain Drain
  • Real Foods
  • Genetically Healthy
  • Wheat Loss
  • GFD Pros
  • Organic Value
  • Sturdy Gut
  • Gluten-Free Food Co.
  • Feel Good Food LLC
  • No Glute Food Company
  • Gluten Gap
  • Void Meals

Gluten-Free Bread Name Ideas

Gluten-free bread is available just about everywhere.

People have recently turned to this new diet as a way of preventing certain diseases. Daily items such as bread are also catering to this healthier alternative. Here, we’ve come up with some names which can help you identify your gluten-free bread business.

  • The Good Life Eatery
  • Hearty Bread
  • Yummy and Healthy
  • Baked Therapy
  • Wholesomely Baked
  • Stimulate Bread
  • Timely Nutrition
  • Better Option
  • Wheat Alternatives
  • Baked Goodness
  • Life Bread
  • Healthy Mill
  • The Right Turn
  • 20 ppm or less
  • Health First
  • Bread Done Right
  • Wheatless Bread
  • Flours and Grains
  • Gluten Freedom
  • Healthier Together
  • Bread Choices
  • The Good Bread
  • Born and Bred
  • Bread Better
  • The Gluten-Free Hearth

Gluten-Free Cereal Name Ideas

Help people with a gluten intolerance enjoy cereal.

Cereal comes from grass grown from edible components of grain. Though gluten may be linked to cereal since gluten is typically found in its grains, manufacturers have adapted their recipes to make a breakfast staple gluten-free.

If you’re one of these budding gluten-free manufacturers, here are some cereal name ideas for consideration.

  • Healthful Harvest
  • Alternative Choice
  • Cerealite
  • Ce Real
  • Healthy Lifestyle
  • Better Farming
  • Healthy Living
  • Balanced Nutrition
  • Grain Change
  • Good Deal Cereals
  • Fit and Full
  • Power Cereal
  • Cereal without the Guilt
  • Great Mornings
  • High Value
  • Life Cycle
  • Nutreal
  • Break Free
  • Not Your Ordinary Cereal
  • Real Breakfast Cereal
  • Pseudocereal
  • Cerealization
  • Mindful Gluten-Free Cereal
  • Gluten-Free Cereal Deluxe

Gluten-Free Pizza Name Ideas

Gluten-free chicken pizza.

Gluten is also present in bread products, including pizza dough. If you’re into gluten-free pizza, here are some creative gluten-free pizza name ideas.

  • Guilt-Free Pizza
  • PizzAmazing!
  • Better Pizza
  • Pizza Baked Right
  • Pizzerrific
  • Pizza Farm
  • Pizza Basics
  • Altered Pizza
  • Pizza Revolution
  • Greener Pizza
  • PizzAlive!
  • New Generation Pizza
  • Fresh Organic Pizza
  • Nature’s Way Gluten-Free Pizza
  • New DayGut’s Gluten-Free Pizza
  • Fresh Start
  • It’s Gluten-Free!
  • Pizza Vista
  • Eats Better Dough
  • New Beginnings
  • Gluten-Free Style Pizza
  • Right Stuff
  • Happy Tummy
  • No Gluten Pizza
  • Everything but Gluten
  • Gluten-Free Pizza Pie

Gluten-Free Pasta Name Ideas

Gluten-free pasta brand.

There is also a wide range of gluten-free pasta products now sold in the market. These gluten-free pastas replace ordinary wheat pasta with alternatives such as buckwheat, brown rice, quinoa, and multigrain among others.

If you are planning to join this list of growing gluten-free pasta, here are quality suggestions.

  • Pasta Masters
  • Health in Mind
  • Pasterrific
  • Quality Pasta
  • Pasta Goodness
  • Next Level Pasta
  • Pasta Health
  • Nutri Pasta
  • The Better Pasta
  • Simple Swap Pasta
  • Pasta Fit
  • Pasta Meritorious
  • New Age Pasta
  • Top Grade Pasta
  • Shape Up Pasta
  • Energy Pasta
  • Pasta Euphoria
  • Pasta Fun
  • Excellente Pasta
  • Nutritionist Style Pasta
  • Do Eat Healthier Pasta
  • Fitter Minds Pasta
  • Trending Pasta
  • Better Days Pasta
  • Pristine Pastas
  • Buckwheat Pasta Co.
  • Brown Rice Spaghetti Company
  • Multigrain Lasagna Makers

List of Popular Gluten-Free Brands

Gluten-free foods have been in the market for some time now. These products have blended in and provided us an alternative with everyday food products we consume, including beer!

These gluten-free products ranging from bread to pasta, to pancakes, and just about most consumer foods you can think about. Here’s a shortlist, and in no particular order of these popular brands in this corner of the food industry.

  • Glutino
  • Bob’s Red Mill
  • Enjoy Life Foods
  • Annie’s Homegrown
  • Snyder’s of Hanover
  • Trader Joe’s
  • Katz
  • Betty Crocker
  • Quest Nutrition
  • Lärabar
  • Lundberg
  • Boulder
  • Newman’s Own Organics
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Schar
  • Udi’s
  • Canyon Bakehouse
  • Kinnikinnick
  • Pamela’s Products
  • DeBoles Nutritional Foods Inc.
  • Native Forest
  • Kind
  • Annie Chun’s
  • Goodbye Gluten
  • Amy’s

What Kinds of Foods Can Be Made Gluten-Free?

bread at home

Fresh made dough.

You may be wondering what types of food can be made Gluten-Free? The simple answer would be any food composed up of wheat and grains.

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However, this suggestion can be complicated as to what and how many foods are composed of wheat and grains as most of the food we eat every day have these components. So what are these foods you may ask? Here’s a list of some of the best gluten-free food options:

  1. Bread. Gluten makes up 75 to 85% of the total protein in bread, which makes bread highly glutenous. Good thing food manufacturers have made a way to make it gluten-free.
  2. Pancakes. One of the major components of pancakes is flour. Flour comes from a powder ground from wheat, which is also primarily makeup bread and pastries.
  3. Cookies. Just like pancakes, cookies are made using component which makes up the pastry which is flour.
  4. Oatmeals. Oats are naturally gluten-free, however, it may be contaminated with gluten when it comes to contact with barley or wheat during storage or transportation.
  5. Crackers. Cracker is also known as a cereal grain, which where gluten is primarily found. Crackers are also like other pastries, crackers are also made up of flour.
  6. Pizza. You may be wondering how this savory Italian dish made it into this list. That’s because pizza dough made with wheat.
  7. Pasta. Pasta, on the other hand, is made from an unleavened dough of wheat flour and is typically combined with eggs and water to make it elastic before boiling it into water to be cooked.

If you’re able to find a food product that contains gluten, but doesn’t have a category kind this can be a good opportunity for you to create a product. Brainstorming a list of baked goods that are underserved in the gluten-free market can be a great start to identify white space in the market. Ideas could be gluten-free angel food cake, fruit cake, English muffins, ready-made dough and gift baskets.

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