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Domino's offers new gluten-free pizza - Baltimore Sun (blog)


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Posted 10 May 2012 - 06:18 AM


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Domino's offers new gluten-free pizza
Baltimore Sun (blog)
But the crust, made from rice flour, rice starch and potato starch, is not recommended for consumers with celiac disease, according to the trade journal report. Domino's said its new product, available in all of the chain's nearly 5000 locations and ...
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Posted 10 May 2012 - 04:35 PM

Domino's should be ashamed. They are doing a half-assed job at trying to cater to those who have "minor gluten sensitivities" and in most cases, those with gluten sensitivities do NOT have minor problems. I think it's really catering more to those who are doing the gluten-free diet fad right now. I mean, Kim Kardashian, Milley Cyrus and other celebrities are going gluten-free, so it's now "trendy" for big food chains to do gluten-free. I'm more angry with the NFCA, though. I think they really made a serious error, sticking up for Domino's. They seem to be going against their own cause. Shame on them!
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