My gluten-free son and I have tried several gluten-free sandwich breads (what I consider the holy grail of gluten-free foods), with some real disappointments along the way. But no more. The grail is found. It's Udi's gluten-free sandwich bread -- both the white and the whole-grain versions. Udi's Handcrafted Foods -- bakers of yummy, all-natural items, from breads to granola -- has somehow managed to make a gluten-free sandwich bread that tastes and feels like "real" bread ... even without toasting (the classic trick to make most gluten-free breads approximate typical bread). It's readily available at Whole Foods, King Soopers/CityMarket (our local grocery), and other markets. (They also make gluten-free muffins and cinnamon rolls, all in a dedicated GF facility.) My son is so thrilled that he's recommending Udi's bread to his college house kitchen manager so they can stock it there. AND joy of joys, if you live in Colorado, I've just discovered that Udi's operates four cafes in the Denver area! We tried to go to the Louisville sandwich shop over the holiday break but it was closed. I hear it's awesome, and I'm going to try it as soon as possible (as is my son next time he's home, because of course they can make their sandwiches on the gluten-free bread). Thank you, Udi's, for making a GREAT gluten-free product that anyone can enjoy, whether or not they need to avoid gluten.