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Hey!

I recently went to Baskin Robbins hoping someone there could tell me if there was an ice cream with no gluten. Surprisingly, I never even had to ask someone. On every ice cream label at the very bottom it states if that ice cream contains certain allergenic ingredients including wheat! It was quick and easy to order. I was also surprised by the wide range of ice creams w/ out gluten. Baskin Robbins is now my official dessert headquarters! :D

-Ginny

P.S. I do not know if the employees always wash the ice cream scoops after scooping a glutenous ice cream. May want to request it.

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Baskin Robbins...this is good news. I'd make sure to tip them good if you tell them to rinse the scoop and they comply without argument and indicate that's why the tip (in the tip jar) is being given, so that they get rewarded. You might want to leave some CSA info there as a back up. It can never hurt to to be an advocate at place where food is served.

Thanks for the info.

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I know this is an old thread, but in light of today's promotion for 31 cent ice cream, I thought it would be good to bump it up.

Since the allergen list on the Baskin Robbins website only specifies "wheat" and not other sources of gluten, I called this morning to ask. I was told immediately by the CS representatives that NONE of their ice creams can be considered gluten-free. Whether this is a CYA statement or indicates actual gluten in all their ice creams, I am not sure.

I will probably take the kids for their 31 cent scoops after their track meets this afternoon, but I'll bring my own little single-serve of Ben & Jerry's. ;-)

I'm not heartbroken. I like TCBY better anyway.

-Elizabeth

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