Where to Find Potato Starch in the Grocery Store (Check These Aisles…)

Trying to figure out where the potato starch is in the grocery store? Here are the aisles to check...

Potato starch on a wooden scoop with potatoes in the background

We'll also tell you which stores are most likely to carry it...

Which Grocery Store Aisle Is Potato Starch In?

The first aisle to check for potato starch is the aisle with kosher foods. These are typically in the international aisle.

You can also check the baking aisle. If it's there, it will probably be with the cornstarch and flours.

Finally, check the gluten-free aisle. But if you haven't seen potato starch anywhere, try one of the stores listed below...

What Stores Sell Potato Starch?

  • Amazon - You can get potato starch from a wide variety of vendors on Amazon. Sometimes you'll find bulk deals that are much cheaper than what you'd get in the grocery store.
  • Walmart - If you're shopping at Walmart, look in the baking section for Bob's Red Mill (potato flour) or Judee's Gluten Free. The store locator on the company website will give you updated product availability information in any store.
  • Whole Foods - Look for Streit's, Bob's Red Mill or Manischewitz in the baking and kosher aisles at Whole Foods.
  • Your Local Health Food Store - Try the gluten-free aisle at your neighborhood health food store.
  • Wegmans - Near a Wegmans? Look in the baking aisle for Bob's Red Mill or Swan.
  • Safeway - Check the baking and international aisles at Safeway.
  • Kroger - You'll see potato starch in the kosher aisle and possibly the baking aisle at Kroger.
  • Publix - Check the kosher section for potato starch at Publix.
  • Asian Markets - You can likely pick up potato starch at your local Asian market.

Great Ways to Use Potato Starch

Make Vegan Cheese

In the world of vegan cheeses, potato starch is one of best ingredients for creating the perfect texture. Use it in semi-soft vegan cheeses like mozzarella and even nacho cheese sauces. 

Thicken Sauces with It

Especially if you're gluten-free, potato starch is an excellent sauce thickener to have in the pantry. Replace all-purpose flour with it at a one-to-one ratio. Another helpful trick is to use it as a soup thickener.

Make Potato Latkes

If you haven't had latkes before, they're essentially potato pancake fritters, and they're amazing. Enjoy them with vegan sour cream and applesauce.

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