Trying to figure out where to find rhubarb in the grocery store? Here are the aisles you should be checking...
We'll also tell you which stores are most likely to carry it...
Which Grocery Store Aisle Is Rhubarb In?
If your grocery store sells fresh rhubarb, you'll find it in the produce area. Look by the fruits and in any specialty produce displays.
You could also find canned rhubarb in the baking and canned fruit aisles. Otherwise, look for frozen rhubarb around the frozen fruits and desserts.
If you have found rhubarb but would like to use it later, you may check out our guide to freezing rhubarb.
Not sure where to find rhubarb in your area? Use our store guide below...
What Stores Sell Rhubarb?
- Amazon - Amazon is a good place to check for canned rhubarb and rhubarb products like jams and seeds.
- Walmart - Walmart sells rhubarb canned, frozen and possibly fresh when it's in season.
- Whole Foods - Look for fresh rhubarb at Whole Foods in the spring and summer months.
- Your Local Health Food Store - You can probably pick up fresh rhubarb at any health food store, but check for frozen rhubarb, too.
- Farmers Markets - If it's rhubarb season in your area, check farmers markets for fresh rhubarb and homemade rhubarb products.
- Safeway - Look for fresh or frozen rhubarb at Safeway.
- Trader Joe's - Many Trader Joe's stores offer frozen rhubarb, though fresh rhubarb may be hit or miss.
- Kroger - At a Kroger supermarket? Check the produce area and the frozen fruit aisle.
- Publix - If you can't get fresh rhubarb at Publix, you should be able to buy it frozen.
Great Ways to Use Rhubarb
Make Rhubarb Desserts
The most popular way to enjoy rhubarb is probably in the form of dessert. Once you try a homemade strawberry-rhubarb pie, you'll know why. Try vegan rhubarb crisps, muffins and ice cream, too.
Add It to Salads
This is a great way to revive your salad game. Roast rhubarb with a little sugar or sweetener of your choice and toss it with salad greens and a zesty dressing. Try this with fruits like apples, pears and oranges for a mix of sweet, tart and savory flavors.
One of the simplest methods of preserving rhubarb is to turn it into jam. If you're saddened by the thought of rhubarb season ending, make a big batch of rhubarb jam and enjoy it on toast, in oatmeal and in peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.