Gluten Free Delivery in Israel During Corona

Gluten Free Delivery in Israel During Corona

Let’s be honest, being gluten free during a pandemic is very much an added stress factor. If you’re like me, you had one hundred questions running through your head when the restrictions were announced by the government: What if the local grocery store runs out of gluten free products? What if people buy gluten free pasta even though they don’t need to eat gluten free? What if I can’t bake because I can’t find the ingredients I need and then I have nothing to do all day?

Well, thankfully, Israel has some wonderful gluten free delivery services that are working extra hard to make sure we Celiacs have food during this Corona Lockdown.


Located in Ness Ziona, Pinuk Kitchen is delivering gluten free goodies across Israel. Their website is stocked with 100% gluten free items from pastas and beer to fresh baked goods. Get free delivery on orders over 250 shekel.


Guluten has a wide selection of over 1000 gluten free products from around the world! They offer hard to find brands like Bob’s Red Mill, Molino Flour, Schar and more. Get free delivery on orders of 290 shekel and up.


A favorite among Celiacs, Breadberry is delivering their baked goods like fresh breads, pastries, pasta and pita across much of central Israel/ Jerusalem. The minimum order is 150 shekel and delivery costs 30 shekel. I recommend the pecan pie, pitot, challot!

Full list of delivery locations: Gush Dan, Jerusalem, Modiin, Kirat Ono, Hertzilya, Rishon Letzion, Rechovot, Nes Tziona, Ramat Hasharon, Hod Hasharon, Holon, and Bat Yam. Call 0524335118 for more information!

Shoreshei Tzion

This Beit Shemesh based health food company has dozens of gluten free, vegan, and all natural products including many that are certified kosher for Passover! They are offering free delivery on orders over 300 shekel. I highly recommend their flours and nuts butters! Also the raw hazelnut fudge and candied nuts that have for Pesach are out of this world!

Ariel Bakery, Netanyahu

That’s right! You know those delicious frozen bourekas that you search for during Passover? They are now available through delivery! They have more than bourekas too! I’m talking mousse, breads, bagels, and pastries. Minimum order outside of Netanya is 150 shekel and the delivery fee is 25 shekel. Delivery is available to Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, Givatayim, Herzilya, Pesach Tikvah, Kiriat Ono, and Netanya/ its surrounding area. Call 098-6677466 to order.


Order yourself a gluten free snack box and make a fun day of taste testing new snacks! Foxxybox will deliver to your door and you’ll be supporting a small business!


Gluten free and kosher for passover bread products delivered to wherever you are! Barili has great bread crumbs for making schnitzel! Their products are free from gluten and sugar plus they are vegan!

Yael’s Gluten Free Catering

Yael’s Gluten Free Catering and Cupcakes is delivering private orders of cupcakes and donuts across Israel. She will have a wider selection of products after Pesach. Contact her for more information 052-6684005.

Want Jachnun?

Order from Ayelet. She delivers to Jerusalem, Rechovot, Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Rishon Letzion, Kiriat Ono, Ramat Gan, Kfar Saba, and Pesach Tikvah. Call to order: 0524844517.


Lily Pops delivers gluten free, vegan, and all natural popsicles right to your door! Email to order yours.

If you live in Tel Aviv: Gluteria and Blikemach are also both open and delivering now. If you can, please support these local businesses and help them stay open during this difficult time.

Dolce T.S. in Herzilya is delivering from Zichron to Yavne! She has tons of fresh, natural gluten free breads and pastries. Find her on Facebook or call 055-6866515.

Find out more about small businesses operating during Corona in Jerusalem here!


I'm Jazzie, a 20 something wannabe globetrotter with Celiac Disease. Living in Israel and navigating being gluten free is no easy task, so I created TheIsraelBites to provide English speakers with information about surviving Celiac Disease in the Middle East.

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