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Friendly's gluten-free List
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Friendly's gluten-free list they jsut sent me (I had requested it a week or 2 ago)

CURRENT AS OF JUNE 21, 2006

(Note list also lists items that do contain gluten in the bottom half so read carefully what is stated)

Gluten Free

All salad dressing

Almonds

Bacon

Bacon

BBQ Sauce

BBQ Chicken Breast (minus the fronions & garlic bread)

Candy Cane Ice Cream

Caramel

Cherries

Cherry Vanilla ice cream

Chicken Caesar Salad

Chocolate Syrup

Cottage Cheese

French Fries

Fruit and Walnut Salad (entire salad)

Fudge Swirl ice cream

Grilled Chicken Breast

Gummy Bears

Hamburgers

Hot Dogs

Hot fudge

Iced Cappuccino

M&M's

Marshmallow

Mashed Potatoes

Microwaved vegetables

Milk

Monterey Chicken Dinner w/o garlic bread

New Oreans Chicken and Cheese Dinner w/o garlic bread

Oriental Chicken Salad

Peanut butter sauce

Pineapple Topping

Plain cheeses

raspberry vinaigrette dressing.

Reese's Pieces Candies

Sausage

Scramble Egg Mix

Shell egg

Soda

Soft Serve-Chocolate

Steak (naked)

Soft Serve-Vanilla

Sprinkles-rainbow & chocolate

Strawberry-banana Cyclone

Swiss Chocolate

Tortilla Strips (chance for cross-over in the fryolater)

Vanilla extract

Various juices

Walnuts

Water

Whip topping

Whole Kernel corn

Below is the information in regard to our ice cream products that CONTAIN gluten. I hope this information is helpful.

56 OZ CONTAINERS/BULK: WHEAT PRODUCTS

APPLE PIE A LA MODE

BIG AIR P.B. BROWNIE DOUGH

BOSTON CREAM PIE

CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DOUGH

CHOCOLATE COOKIES

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THanks for sharing!! I wish I would have thought about emailing them before I went on vacation...it could have come in handy a few times.

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I went to Friendly's before and we asked about their french fries and they did NOT use a dedicated fryer. I ate them anyway (bad girl) and I had some "D" So Definitely ASK about their fryer before you order the fries!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I was going to mention the fries also - we were at a Friendly's last week and spoke to the manager - the fries are not cooked in a dedicated fryer.

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does anyone have a more up to date list? I don't trust anything as old as 2006. and personally I suspect I got D tonight from mint choc chip flavor friendly's ice cream. - anybody else have this issue? THANKS everybody!!! :)

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I know this is an old thread, but I'm pretty sure I just got glutened by friendly's mint chocolate chip ice cream too, sampleinajarglass. One of the only things that wasn't explicitly labeled gluten-free that I've ate in a while. Thought it'd be a safe guess.

 

Thought I'd just put this out there. Anyone else eat friendly's ice cream flavors?

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I used to work at Friendly. I would have to say NOTHING there is safe from CC. Nothing. I know their practices and I would absolutely not eat anything there. Not their food, not their salads, not their ice cream.

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Good to know. I believe it was the store-bought Friendlys ice cream I got glutened from. There wasn't anything in the ingredients list that was suspect, though

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this is a very old thread.  i would say the info is no longer reliable.  if you are interested in current friendly's info, maybe you should start a new thread for updated info.  

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