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I heard from a celiac friend the other day that Peace A Pizza makes gluten-free now. He said they put it in a separate oven and have a separate set of equipment to prepare it with. All second-hand info, have not seen or asked myself. He said it's not on the menu yet and not at all locations. Apparently it was pretty good.

Anybody tried it? Heard anything?

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I heard from a celiac friend the other day that Peace A Pizza makes gluten-free now. He said they put it in a separate oven and have a separate set of equipment to prepare it with. All second-hand info, have not seen or asked myself. He said it's not on the menu yet and not at all locations. Apparently it was pretty good.

Anybody tried it? Heard anything?

Thanks so much for your interest in our gluten-free pizza! Though it is prepared separately, we do not put it in a separate oven. We do, however, use different pans with higher sides so that they're less likely to interact with anything else that may be in there. We are doing what we can to accommodate for any allergies and diseases. This is not advertised in our menu yet, but it IS offered at every location (except for Stone Harbor). Please feel free to spread the news by word-of-mouth in the meantime. And again, thanks so much for your interest!

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I was very excited to hear from a friend that peace a pizza now offers gluten free pizza, but was discouraged when she told me that they uses spelt. Spelt is not gluten free and is part of the wheat family. So bummed! I have missed real pizza so much and got really excited.

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I was very excited to hear from a friend that peace a pizza now offers gluten free pizza, but was discouraged when she told me that they uses spelt. Spelt is not gluten free and is part of the wheat family. So bummed! I have missed real pizza so much and got really excited.

Your friend must be mistaken. Nobody who runs a big chain of restaurants is dumb enough to think spelt is gluten-free. I'm sure the pizza is safe.

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