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#1 Mindy35

 
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Posted 02 March 2006 - 01:16 PM

Hello,
Does anyone know if there is anything safe to eat at Jack in the Box? I was thinking maybe the tacos would be ok.
Thanks!!
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Posted 02 March 2006 - 01:19 PM

http://www.jackinthe...ingredients.php

That's all I could find on their website...
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Posted 02 March 2006 - 01:20 PM

Their website lists all ingredients and they also talk about food allergies.
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Posted 24 August 2011 - 05:14 PM

August 24, 2011

On their site, Jack in the Box lists their ingredients (as of Aug 24, 2011), which is marginally helpful as long as you know the chemical forms of hidden gluten. Note, however, the company does not say which ingredients might have come down gluten-contaminated production lines at their source. Cross-contamination in the restaurant could also be a big concern, as the teenagers are probably flopping the food around without the least thought of a crumb being dangerous.

http://www.jackinthe...ingredients.pdf
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Posted 24 August 2011 - 10:30 PM

I don't think much is safe there at all. Looks like mostly individual ingredients. Like a hamburger patty. I don't think the tacos are safe at all.
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Posted 25 August 2011 - 05:01 AM

August 24, 2011

On their site, Jack in the Box lists their ingredients (as of Aug 24, 2011), which is marginally helpful as long as you know the chemical forms of hidden gluten. Note, however, the company does not say which ingredients might have come down gluten-contaminated production lines at their source. Cross-contamination in the restaurant could also be a big concern, as the teenagers are probably flopping the food around without the least thought of a crumb being dangerous.

http://www.jackinthe...ingredients.pdf

I looked at the ingredients list, and it is actually quite helpful. Compound ingredients are broken down in parentheses, and some of these are further broken down. They aren't hiding anything. There are "contains" statements for major allergens, which includes wheat. So if gluten is hiding, it is hidden barley. I saw one item with malt vinegar clearly listed.

Today, there are very few "chemical" names which are red flags for possible gluten. Wheat can not be hidden anymore.

CC in the restaurant is always a possibility in any restaurant.
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