Domino’s Goes Gluten-Free

May 7, 2012 at 10:46 pm Leave a comment

Domino’s Pizza is joining the ever-growing gluten-free movement, saying it will start offering pizzas with gluten-less crusts in most of its U.S. stores.

The crust, Domino’s said in a press release, is “appropriate for those with mild gluten sensitivity,” but it’s not recommended for people who have celiac disease.

Domino’s consulted with National Foundation for Celiac Awareness on the new recipe, which will be available on the small, 10-inch pizzas and cost about $3 more.

Those with celiac disease should be aware that the crust will be prepared in the same kitchen as the regular, gluten-containing crusts, so cross-contamination is a real risk.


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Gluten Intolerance Group of Portland Celiac Disease Resource, Inc.

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