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I cannot find gluten information anywhere on the Hardee's website anymore. I found the nutrition section, but it didn't say anything about allergens. Does anyone know if Hardee's burgers (no bun, obviously) or fries would be safe? Also, the chili cheese fries look great, but I have been afraid to try them without a gluten free menu.

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I cannot find gluten information anywhere on the Hardee's website anymore. I found the nutrition section, but it didn't say anything about allergens. Does anyone know if Hardee's burgers (no bun, obviously) or fries would be safe? Also, the chili cheese fries look great, but I have been afraid to try them without a gluten free menu.

I suspect that you couldn't find any gluten free information on Hardee's is that there is none.

Wendy's though, has several items to select from.

This risk of cross contamination is always a concern at fast food places.

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Oh, I know fast food restaurants are a cross contamination nightmare, but when traveling it just can't be helped much. We love Wendy's, but I was looking for something different now and then. Wendy's was a favorite even before gluten free and it jumped quickly to the top of the list.

I was afraid Hardee's wouldn't have anything. Dh likes it, but I guess it will have to stay a work-lunch stop.

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I cannot find gluten information anywhere on the Hardee's website anymore. I found the nutrition section, but it didn't say anything about allergens. Does anyone know if Hardee's burgers (no bun, obviously) or fries would be safe? Also, the chili cheese fries look great, but I have been afraid to try them without a gluten free menu.

You're right, there is no more gluten-free info on the Hardee's website!!! They have a low-carb burger that used to be listed on the gluten free menu. It was served in a lettuce pocket and I used to get it occasionally as a lunch treat. The last 2 or 3 times I ordered it (couple of months apart) I got glutened, so of course I gave it up a few months ago.

I thought perhaps it was a cc issue at the one Hardees I visited. Now I wonder if they changed grill sprays, or something that causes it to no longer be gluten free. I react to truly trace amounts of gluten so who knows...cc or new supplier??? Hardee's no longer works for me (and they used to).

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The low-carb Thickburger definitely was gluten-free, but I haven't checked on it or had one a in a while. The fries definitely are NOT gluten-free because there's no dedicated fryer.

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Wow, I didn't know Hardee's were still around. All of the ones in our area went ou a few years ago. CC is a big risk. Sorry their website is not very helpful. Some of us on here should get together and make our own grab and go dining facility. We would always have company!!! :)

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BTW, if you really want to eat there, you should check on that low-carb Thickburger. IMO it's better than a burger with a bun -- and a whole lot fewer calories, sodium, and fat. Not healthful mind you, but an improvement. Also check on the low-carb breakfast bowl. It reads as if it should be gluten-free.

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BTW, if you really want to eat there, you should check on that low-carb Thickburger. IMO it's better than a burger with a bun -- and a whole lot fewer calories, sodium, and fat. Not healthful mind you, but an improvement. Also check on the low-carb breakfast bowl. It reads as if it should be gluten-free.

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Oh YES!! That low-carb thick burger was/is awesome!!! I'm not sure when I'll have a chance to write the company, but if someone does, I'd love to hear their reply. I LOVED that lettuce-wrapped burger!!

If it's still gluten free, I still won't return to the location convenient to me, but I'll give other locations a go when I travel. I can't help but wonder though if there's been some change. I used to always eat it with never a problem. Then suddenly, several months ago, I was definitely glutened about 3 times in a row, several weeks or more apart. Of course my original assumption could have been correct, second-hand glutening (my entire experience was with one specific location).

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I live in Wisconsin and have eaten successfully at two Hardee's (one in Oshkosh, WI and the other in Oconto, WI). Both times I got the low-carb burger in a lettuce wrap. Granted, I haven't eaten at Hardee's in about a year, but the last time I was at the Oconto Hardee's, they had a dedicated fryer for fries. I don't think the one in Oshkosh had a dedicated fryer, so apparently they vary by location....

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