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I found out today that Pizza Hut serves gluten free pizzas in Australia. Sorry if this is old news, but does anyone know if they'll bring them to the US? Has anyone here from Australia tried one?

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I found out today that Pizza Hut serves gluten free pizzas in Australia. Sorry if this is old news, but does anyone know if they'll bring them to the US? Has anyone here from Australia tried one?

Just launched in the UK.

http://eatoutmagazine.co.uk/dinner-goes-gluten-free-pizza-hut

and then there's this from The Gluten Free Guerrillas.

http://glutenfreeguerrillas.tumblr.com/post/32731741120/pizzahutglutenfree

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This is an old post but just wanted to say, a fellow Celiac ate a Domino's and was sick for the first time in two years! He had ordered one previously, cut a slice in half and then waited three hours before eating the rest of it, no problem. It was the second order on another day that made him sick. Be careful!

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I would never trust a restaurant were every item is gluten filled. Plus, my health would depend on minor children actually following tedious procedures like changing gloves and never ever putting anything down on the gluten-free space when the place was crazy busy. I just get way to sick from even walking into a Dunkin Donuts. 

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Then there is this from the official Pizza Hut site:

"While Pizza Hut® is proud to offer pizzas with gluten-free ingredients, Pizza Hut kitchens are not gluten-free environments. Due to the handcrafted nature of our menu items, variations in vendor-supplied ingredients, and the use of shared cooking and preparation areas, we cannot assure you that our restaurant environment or any menu item will be completely free of gluten."

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Gluten free pizza is coming to the US from Pizza Hut but I still do not believe it is 100% for Celiac sufferers, although it is supposed to be a better grade than Dominos (bread is made by Udi's and the ingredients are kept separate from their main stock).  

 

I don't know why any Celiac sufferer would even be surprised they ended up sick off a Dominos pizza.  They have more warnings and disclosures than a crate full of nuclear waste.

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