Saskatchewan: Dairy-Free Eats in the Breadbasket of Canada

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Last Update in August 2021! We’ve created this ever-growing guide to restaurants, bakeries, cafes, ice cream shops, and stores in Saskatchewan that are friendly to dairy-free diners. It’s a collection based on research and reader recommendations (send yours!) that’s divided into restaurants & shops by city (first) and major chains found throughout the state (second). And we’ve started a section for specialty dairy-free foods produced in this state.

We Update Continuously! You can ignore the original date on this post going forward. We update the information below whenever we’re alerted to a new recommendation, change, or closure.

Dairy-Free Saskatchewan: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with Vegan and Gluten-Free Options - Updated ContinuouslyPhoto from Güd Eats in Saskatoon

Dairy-Free Saskatchewan: Recommended Restaurants & Shops

We’ve listed these recommendations alphabetically by city and then by the restaurant or shop name. For large chains with locations throughout the state, see the Major Restaurant & Grocery Chains section below. We have dedicated posts with dairy-free details for many of the big guys.

⭐️ = Restaurant is either dairy-free, has a dairy-free menu, has dairy-free labels on their menu(s), or lists top allergens with menu items. (At the time of our last review.)

Estevan

  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Humboldt

  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Kindersley

Melfort

  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.

Moose Jaw

  • Alternate Root Organics ⭐️ – This is not just a natural food store, it’s also a vegan and gluten-free bakery. They make all types of cookies, dessert bars, cupcakes, energy balls, and more. This is also a great place to find special diet products.
  • Freshii –  This chain serves bowls, salads, wraps, and smoothies. They offer a detailed allergen menu, and each menu category has at least one or two dairy-free options, ordered as is. But most items can be ordered without dairy easily, since all of their bases, proteins, broths, and toppings (aside from cheese) are made without milk (at the time of our review). Just verify the sauces, as a few contain milk-based ingredients.
  • Go Grill – They focus on healthier Asian food, with menu items that are “stir grilled” instead of stir fried, and a build your own menu with various vegetables, proteins, and sauces. Most items are naturally dairy-free, they label gluten-free sauce options, and they do have some vegan options.
  • IHADay Bubble Tea Cafe – They have coconut milk tea and dairy-free options for their bubble tea and slushes.
  • MELTwich – This grilled cheese chain has a full plant-based menu. It includes a few vegan melts, the Impossible burger, and a couple poutines. Additional menu items can be custom ordered dairy-free, including burgers, bowls, and additional toppings on vegan grilled cheeses and poutines.
  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Pita Pit – See our Dairy-Free Pita Pit Menu Guide for full details.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.
  • The Chopped Leaf – They offer a big menu of hand-crafted salads, grain bowls, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and more. They clearly indicate allergens, and even indicate dairy-free options. They have a good selection for dairy-free, gluten-free, and even vegan guests, plus build your own choices.

North Battleford

  • Freshii –  This chain serves bowls, salads, wraps, and smoothies. They offer a detailed allergen menu, and each menu category has at least one or two dairy-free options, ordered as is. But most items can be ordered without dairy easily, since all of their bases, proteins, broths, and toppings (aside from cheese) are made without milk (at the time of our review). Just verify the sauces, as a few contain milk-based ingredients.
  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Quesada – They offer a great allergen and special diet filter online to help plan your order. This is a build-your-own burrito, burrito bowl, or taco spot. At last check, their meats and meat alternatives were dairy free (the fish items contain dairy), as were both types of beans, rice, and all toppings, except cheese and sour cream. All of their salsas, guacamole, and most of their sauces are also dairy-free, and they even have a special vegan sauce.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Martensville

  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Prince Albert

  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Pizza 73 – They offer dairy-free cheeze and plant-based “meats” for their pizzas, and have a detailed ingredient list for each pizza component and menu item. A couple of their classic and traditional pizza doughs are made without dairy, but do have “may contain” warnings for potential cross-contamination. They also offer three gluten-free and dairy-free crust options. Some additional items like wings, fries and onion rings can be ordered without dairy.
  • Quesada – They offer a great allergen and special diet filter online to help plan your order. This is a build-your-own burrito, burrito bowl, or taco spot. At last check, their meats and meat alternatives were dairy free (the fish items contain dairy), as were both types of beans, rice, and all toppings, except cheese and sour cream. All of their salsas, guacamole, and most of their sauces are also dairy-free, and they even have a special vegan sauce.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.
  • Wok Box – This is a fresh Asian chain in Canada that is special diet friendly. They offer an allergen guide with their nutrition information, and naturally, most of their Asian menu is dairy-free. They also label which items can be made vegan and/or gluten-free.

Regina

  • 13th Avenue Food & Coffee House – Vegan and gluten-free items are clearly labeled on their mostly vegetarian menu. The vegan options include warm bowls, salads, and breakfast bowls. They also offer a few types of milk alternatives for lattes.
  • Body Fuel Organics – They offer grab-and-go lunches, meal delivery, and food delivery with lots of dairy-free, vegan, paleo, and other special diet options.
  • Brain Snacks Co – This is a vegetarian cafe, but everything on the menu can be ordered dairy-free and/or vegan. They serve all-day breakfast, a small menu of mains (like sandwiches, salads, and “sausage” rolls), and smoothie bowls. They also offer daily pastries and have a full coffee bar.
  • Brewed Awakening ⭐️ – This coffeehouse has a fresh pastry case, which typically includes dairy-free options, like cookies, muffins, protein bites and bars, and their “clean eating loaf.” They also offer dairy-free wraps, quinoa salad, and they offer a vegan sandwich. For drinks, they offer coconut, almond, and soy milks.
  • Dad’s Organic Market – This is a local, family-owned market that offers a lot of local goods, organic and natural foods, and special diet brands.
  • Da India Curry House – They offer a full vegan menu of dishes, but are also happy to customize many other dishes without dairy.
  • Dandy’s Artisan Ice Cream – This small-batch creamery churns a few vegan and gluten-free flavours, like Coconut Ash Honeycomb, Salted Chocolate Caramel Brookie, and Toasted Coconut. They also label their toppings for vegan and gluten-free guests, offer four vegan sauces (including chocolate and caramel), have dairy-free coconut whipped cream, and make kombucha floats.
  • Elle’s Cafe & Coffee ⭐️ – They label dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan menu items, and have quite a few options for all. Dairy-free choices include breakfast tacos, paleo pancakes, chia pudding, and more in the morning, with bowls, sandwiches, and plates later in the day. They also have a few milk alternatives for coffee drinks (one house-made) and swirl several flavours of dairy-free Dole Whip daily.
  • Excalipurr Cat Cafe – You can hang out with the kitties or just support this cat rescue cafe with your order. They typically have a couple vegan baked good options, and milk alternative available for coffee drinks. They also make custom order cat cakes and can accommodate dairy-free and vegan requests.
  • Famoso – This is a small Canadian pizza chain that offers Daiya dairy-free cheese alternative at no extra charge, and has plant-based pizzas (like pepperoni) on the menu. They’re made with a neapolitan crust, rossa sauce, and vegan cheese.
  • Freshii –  This chain serves bowls, salads, wraps, and smoothies. They offer a detailed allergen menu, and each menu category has at least one or two dairy-free options, ordered as is. But most items can be ordered without dairy easily, since all of their bases, proteins, broths, and toppings (aside from cheese) are made without milk (at the time of our review). Just verify the sauces, as a few contain milk-based ingredients.
  • Go Grill – They focus on healthier Asian food, with menu items that are “stir grilled” instead of stir fried, and a build your own menu with various vegetables, proteins, and sauces. Most items are naturally dairy-free, they label gluten-free sauce options, and they do have some vegan options.
  • IHADay Bubble Tea Cafe – They have coconut milk tea and dairy-free options for their bubble tea and slushes.
  • Joe’s European Deli – This is a gluten-free bakery and deli with many dairy-free options. They have dairy-free breads, bagels, buns, muffins, donuts, cookies, pies, and more. They also have some vegan products.
  • Jugo Juice – This Canadian chain blends smoothie with almond milk or coconut water. Just be sure to skip the protein – they use whey. They also serve some wraps and salads that can be ordered dairy free.
  • Kneaded Gluten Free Bakeshop – This dedicated gluten-free bakery always has some dairy-free and vegan pastries on hand. They also bake custom cakes for all occasions, including weddings.
  • Leopold’s Tavern – They have a plant-based section on their menu, which includes onion rings, poutine, burgers, nachos, and quesadillas. Some additional items on their menu can be ordered without dairy.
  • MELTwich – This grilled cheese chain has a full plant-based menu. It includes a few vegan melts, the Impossible burger, and a couple poutines. Additional menu items can be custom ordered dairy-free, including burgers, bowls, and additional toppings on vegan grilled cheeses and poutines.
  • Panago Pizza – See our Panago Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pile O’ Bones Brewing Company – This popular brewing company offers a few vegan items on their menu, including perogies, patacones, and an apple frites dessert.
  • Pita Pit – See our Dairy-Free Pita Pit Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pizza 73 – They offer dairy-free cheeze and plant-based “meats” for their pizzas, and have a detailed ingredient list for each pizza component and menu item. A couple of their classic and traditional pizza doughs are made without dairy, but do have “may contain” warnings for potential cross-contamination. They also offer three gluten-free and dairy-free crust options. Some additional items like wings, fries and onion rings can be ordered without dairy.
  • Pizza Pizza – See our Pizza Pizza Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Recharge Cafe ⭐️ – This vegan “prepped food” spot offers takeaway meals, including soups, salads, and rice dishes. They also offer snacks like dips and energy balls.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.
  • Rock Creek Tap & Grill – There is a mini vegan menu inset on their main menu, with vegan pizza, quesadillas, and buddha bowls. Some additional items can be ordered dairy-free.
  • Serendipity Gluten Free Catering and Bakeshop – They post a weekly menu of baked goods and savory meals. They label their dairy-free and vegan items, which typically includes some cookies and muffins. They also take custom cake, cupcake, and bread orders.
  • Skye Cafe & Bistro – They offer a few vegan options on their lunch menu, including chilaquiles, Thai curry, and a few Mediterranean-inspired dishes. A few additional dishes can be ordered dairy-free.
  • The Chopped Leaf – They offer a big menu of hand-crafted salads, grain bowls, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and more. They clearly indicate allergens, and even indicate dairy-free options. They have a good selection for dairy-free, gluten-free, and even vegan guests, plus build your own choices.
  • The Roof Top Bar & Grill – They offer a house-made vegan burger, complete with vegan bun and Daiya cheese, so other burgers can be custom ordered without dairy. They offer a few additional dairy-free menu items.
  • Treasure’s Cakes – They bake custom order cakes, and cater to dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, and/or vegan cake requests with 48 hours notice.
  • Wok Box – This is a fresh Asian chain in Canada that is special diet friendly. They offer an allergen guide with their nutrition information, and naturally, most of their Asian menu is dairy-free. They also label which items can be made vegan and/or gluten-free.
  • ZamZam Wraps ⭐️ – This Middle Eastern restaurant serves wraps and platter, and clearly labels dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan items on their menu. And the majority of their menu is dairy-free.

Richardson

  • The Chopped Leaf – They offer a big menu of hand-crafted salads, grain bowls, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and more. They clearly indicate allergens, and even indicate dairy-free options. They have a good selection for dairy-free, gluten-free, and even vegan guests, plus build your own choices.

Saskatoon

  • Beppi’s Gelato – They typically have a few dairy-free sorbetto flavours available daily, some fruity, but they also offer chocolate and creamy coconut milk varieties. And they have vegan waffle cones available.
  • Citizen Cafe and Bakery – Their bakery has some vegan options daily, like muffins, pop tarts, cake jars with house coconut cream, cookies, and more. Select items are also gluten-free. They have sandwiches and soups, too, with vegan and dairy-free options.
  • Dad’s Organic Market – This is a local, family-owned market that offers a lot of local goods, organic and natural foods, and special diet brands.
  • Darkside Donuts – They have a couple vegan donuts daily, but the selection can rotate. When we looked they had a darkside dip with sprinkles and rhubarb hibiscus coconut milk flavours.
  • Dylan and Cam’s – Located inside Shelter Brewing, this Mexican kitchen specializes in tacos and burritos and has vegan and dairy-free options.
  • Fable Ice Cream – They offer a couple vegan flavors daily, which rotate. We spotted mint chip, toasted coconut, cookies and cream, candy cane, and more. They also make vegan ice cream cakes.
  • Famoso – This is a small Canadian pizza chain that offers Daiya dairy-free cheese alternative at no extra charge, and has plant-based pizzas (like pepperoni) on the menu. They’re made with a neapolitan crust, rossa sauce, and vegan cheese.
  • Freshii –  This chain serves bowls, salads, wraps, and smoothies. They offer a detailed allergen menu, and each menu category has at least one or two dairy-free options, ordered as is. But most items can be ordered without dairy easily, since all of their bases, proteins, broths, and toppings (aside from cheese) are made without milk (at the time of our review). Just verify the sauces, as a few contain milk-based ingredients.
  • Go Grill – They focus on healthier Asian food, with menu items that are “stir grilled” instead of stir fried, and a build your own menu with various vegetables, proteins, and sauces. Most items are naturally dairy-free, they label gluten-free sauce options, and they do have some vegan options.
  • Güd Eats ⭐️ – Everything is vegan at this Canadian comfort food restaurant. They offer burgers, poutines, grilled cheese, chick’n and waffles, tacos, and much more.
  • Las Palapas – They’re very friendly toward gluten-free and vegan guests, and have some vegan options on the menu, like jackfruit quesadillas and enchiladas. Many additional items can be ordered dairy free.
  • Leopold’s Tavern – They have a plant-based section on their menu, which includes onion rings, poutine, burgers, nachos, and quesadillas. Some additional items on their menu can be ordered without dairy.
  • Leyda’s Café – This is a gluten-free and nut-free cafe, and as you might expect, they’re friendly to other special diets. Their menu is littered with vegan options, and just about everything on the savory menu can be made dairy free. They also offer a small selection of dairy-free baked goods.
  • MELTwich – This grilled cheese chain has a full plant-based menu. It includes a few vegan melts, the Impossible burger, and a couple poutines. Additional menu items can be custom ordered dairy-free, including burgers, bowls, and additional toppings on vegan grilled cheeses and poutines.
  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Panago Pizza – See our Panago Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Petra Market & Bakery – They offer vegan pizza with vegan cheese, za’atar pizza bread, and falafel pie. You can also custom order dairy-free cheese pizzas with a range of toppings.
  • Pita Pit – See our Dairy-Free Pita Pit Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pizza 73 – They offer dairy-free cheeze and plant-based “meats” for their pizzas, and have a detailed ingredient list for each pizza component and menu item. A couple of their classic and traditional pizza doughs are made without dairy, but do have “may contain” warnings for potential cross-contamination. They also offer three gluten-free and dairy-free crust options. Some additional items like wings, fries and onion rings can be ordered without dairy.
  • Pizza Pirates – Not only do they have dairy-free cheese available, they also have vegan lasagna right on the menu.
  • Quesada – They offer a great allergen and special diet filter online to help plan your order. This is a build-your-own burrito, burrito bowl, or taco spot. At last check, their meats and meat alternatives were dairy free (the fish items contain dairy), as were both types of beans, rice, and all toppings, except cheese and sour cream. All of their salsas, guacamole, and most of their sauces are also dairy-free, and they even have a special vegan sauce.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.
  • Revolve Cafe – Their menu centers on poke bowls with cooked, raw, and vegan options. They have build-your-own choices and a heavily dairy-free menu.
  • Rock Creek Tap & Grill – There is a mini vegan menu inset on their main menu, with vegan pizza, quesadillas, and buddha bowls. Some additional items can be ordered dairy-free.
  • Seasoned Fusion Tastes – The staff at this Vietnamese and Thai restaurant is well trained in ingredients and special diet requests. They have a mighty vegan menu (including fried items), and of course, most of the menu is, or can be ordered dairy free.
  • Spicy Time ⭐️ – They label each menu item for dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan needs. They’re touted as an Indian restaurant, but their menu is quite global. They actually have dairy-free fish and chips, chicken nuggets, onion rings, spring rolls, Chinese dishes, and a good selection of Indian dishes. Just pass on the breads, breakfast specials, desserts. They also have an expansive vegan menu.
  • Steep Hill Food Co-op – Great place to find local goods and they have a good selection of special diet foods.
  • The Chopped Leaf – They offer a big menu of hand-crafted salads, grain bowls, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and more. They clearly indicate allergens, and even indicate dairy-free options. They have a good selection for dairy-free, gluten-free, and even vegan guests, plus build your own choices.
  • The Griffin Takeaway ⭐️ – This is a gluten-free cafe and bakery, but they also clearly label dairy-free and vegan options on their menus. They offer dairy-free sandwiches, salads, and other lunch items. On the bakery side, they have dairy-free cookies, brownies, and all types of breads. They can also cater to soy-free and corn-free, and do take custom orders for dairy-free on some additional items.
  • Those Girls at the Market ⭐️ – This is a raw, vegan chocolatier that also shuns gluten, nuts, soy, and refined sugar. They make hand-crafted chocolate bars.
  • Thrive Juice Co. ⭐️ – This is a dairy-free, plant-based, and mostly vegan (they do use honey) cafe. They serve a healthy menu of superfood smoothies, house nut mylks, lattes, salads, bowls, soups, and snacks.
  • Waves Poke + Press – This Asian take-out kitchen is located at the Ko-Lab Collaborative. They offer a varied menu with poke, sushi, ramen, and more, and many dairy-free options.
  • Wok Box – This is a fresh Asian chain in Canada that is special diet friendly. They offer an allergen guide with their nutrition information, and naturally, most of their Asian menu is dairy-free. They also label which items can be made vegan and/or gluten-free.

Swift Current

  • Nutters Everyday Naturals – This is a Canadian natural food store chain that carries a good selection of dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and other special diet foods.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Warman

  • Leopold’s Tavern – They have a plant-based section on their menu, which includes onion rings, poutine, burgers, nachos, and quesadillas. Some additional items on their menu can be ordered without dairy.

Waskesiu Lake

  • Big Olaf – This local creamery usually has a few dairy-free sorbet flavours by the scoop (and pint), which you can order in a cup or cone. They also have dairy-free topping options for sundaes, can make you a float, and offer Italian ice.

Weyburn

  • Freshii –  This chain serves bowls, salads, wraps, and smoothies. They offer a detailed allergen menu, and each menu category has at least one or two dairy-free options, ordered as is. But most items can be ordered without dairy easily, since all of their bases, proteins, broths, and toppings (aside from cheese) are made without milk (at the time of our review). Just verify the sauces, as a few contain milk-based ingredients.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.

Yorkton

  • Go Grill – They focus on healthier Asian food, with menu items that are “stir grilled” instead of stir fried, and a build your own menu with various vegetables, proteins, and sauces. Most items are naturally dairy-free, they label gluten-free sauce options, and they do have some vegan options.
  • MELTwich – This grilled cheese chain has a full plant-based menu. It includes a few vegan melts, the Impossible burger, and a couple poutines. Additional menu items can be custom ordered dairy-free, including burgers, bowls, and additional toppings on vegan grilled cheeses and poutines.
  • Panago Pizza – See our Panago Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pita Pit – See our Dairy-Free Pita Pit Menu Guide for full details.
  • Quesada – They offer a great allergen and special diet filter online to help plan your order. This is a build-your-own burrito, burrito bowl, or taco spot. At last check, their meats and meat alternatives were dairy free (the fish items contain dairy), as were both types of beans, rice, and all toppings, except cheese and sour cream. All of their salsas, guacamole, and most of their sauces are also dairy-free, and they even have a special vegan sauce.
  • Red Swan Pizza – They offer vegan cheese, which you can order on their traditional, thin, or regular gluten-free crust. Their classic pizza sauce, a few other sauces, and their veggie toppings are dairy-free. They offer a plethora of protein options, so be sure to reference their allergen guide carefully. They also have dry ribs, chicken bites, wings, and potato wedges available without dairy.
  • Wok Box – This is a fresh Asian chain in Canada that is special diet friendly. They offer an allergen guide with their nutrition information, and naturally, most of their Asian menu is dairy-free. They also label which items can be made vegan and/or gluten-free.

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Restaurant & Grocery Chains found throughout Saskatchewan

Some recommended restaurant and store chains are getting too big for our city listing britches. They have many locations, or are rapidly growing, and you might stumble across them in a number of towns in this state. Click on them for more dairy-free details.

Thus far, we’ve been able to add all chains to their respective cities above!

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Local Dairy-Free Food & Drink Producers in Saskatchewan

These dairy-free friendly companies don’t have their own retail location, but are in Saskatchewan. So you have a good chance of finding their products at grocery stores, restaurants, and/or other shops in this state. Keep an eye out!

  • Sweet Nutrition – Their core product line is soft-baked, dairy-free, plant-based, keto-friendly cookies in several flavours.

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This Guide is Continuously Updated with Recommendations

We welcome you to recommend other dairy-free friendly restaurants. Leave a comment or contact us and tell us why you like a certain restaurant. Restaurant owners and employees are also invited to reach out and let us know how you welcome dairy-free customers.

Please kindly let us know in the comments if any of these restaurants close. We want to keep this list current for you, but aren’t always notified when a restaurant closes. Let us know and we will quickly update!

This Guide is for Informational Purposes Only

Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, and restaurants are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure that they can accommodate your situation.

There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.

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Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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