Where to Buy Rye Flour Near Me: 10 Stores Listed

Short Answer: Many grocery store chains, including Kroger, Safeway, and Wegmans, sell rye flour. You can also buy rye flour online from retailers like Amazon and King Arthur Flour. Below, we have the details on where to buy rye flour, including the types of rye flour available and prices at each store.

Where to Buy Rye Flour Near Me

Rye flour is made from rye berries or ryegrass and serves as an alternative to other types of flour like wheat flour. Rye flour is not gluten-free, but it is considered a healthier option and is said to help with weight loss, reduce hunger, and help control blood sugar. Rye flour can be used to make bread, cakes, and other baked goods. Below, we have the list of stores — online and brick and mortar — that sell rye flour.

Note: When shopping in stores, look for rye flour in the baking aisle.



King Arthur Flour

  • Types of rye flour available: Medium rye flour (slightly darker rye)
  • Price: About $9 for a three-pound bag; shipping costs will apply to online orders
  • Shop online or use the locator to find a store that sells King Arthur Flour products near you

King Soopers


  • Types of rye flour available: Organic rye flour, dark rye flour, and rye flakes
  • Price: About $4 for a two-pound bag
  • Find a location


Sprouts Farmers Market

  • Types of rye flour available: Dark rye flour
  • Price: About $4 for a 22-ounce bag
  • Find a location



Whole Foods

Places That Don’t Sell Rye Flour

During our research, we found a few places that do not sell rye flour. We were unable to find rye flour on these store’s websites and confirmed with store associates that the following stores do not sell rye flour.

  • BJ’s Wholesale Club
  • Costco Wholesale
  • Harps Foods
  • Sam’s Club
  • Target

Curious about where to buy other types of flour? Check out our articles on where to buy almond flour, 00 flour, and high-gluten flour.


  • FYI: Hodgson Mill is closed — sold to another company and rye flour is not available from the new company. I called on March 25 and it is no longer being made. It was my husband’s favorite rye for baking bread.

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Janine! We have removed Hodgson Mill from our list.