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  1. Celiac.com 05/08/2019 - As Dunkin' looks to rebrand itself as a destination for more than just donuts, it has begun to offer breakfast foods, like the Power Breakfast Sandwich that launched earlier this year. Starting today at participating restaurants nationwide, Dunkin' is offering two new breakfast bowls, the Egg White Bowl and the Sausage Scramble Bowl. And one question we've seen a lot, one thing many gluten-free eaters want to know is: Are Dunkin' Donuts Breakfast Bowls gluten-free and safe for people with celiac disease? First, let's take a quick look at the products and their ingredients. The Egg White Bowl is made with egg whites, spinach, roasted potatoes, cheddar cheese and caramelized onions and delivers 14 grams of lean protein and 250 calories. The Sausage Scramble Bowl is made with scrambled eggs, sausage, melted cheddar jack cheese, peppers and onions, with 21 grams of protein and 450 calories. On the surface, these products list no gluten ingredients, so are they gluten-free and safe for people with celiac disease? The answer is likely no. The first clue is the absence of any clear claim by Dunkin' about these products being gluten-free. No gluten-free label, then they're likely not gluten-free. So, are they gluten-safe, that is, are they products made with no gluten ingredients that might be safe for some people with celiac disease? The Dunkin' Donuts website makes no mention of gluten at all. Nor does the site mention the new breakfast bowls. The best a curious person can do is to try to find specific menu items, and look for the allergen information for each product. To do that, a user must click on Food & Drinks, then click Sandwiches & Wraps, then click any given menu item, then click on Customization & Nutrition for find allergen information. Here's a shortcut link to Dunkin' Donuts breakfast sandwiches. Even for items like breakfast sandwiches that clearly come on a bagel, or croissant, or an English Muffin, Dunkin' Donuts makes no mention of gluten. The simply stick with their standard disclaimer: "Please be advised that any of our products may contain, or may have come in contact with, allergens including Eggs, Fish, Milk, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soy, Tree nuts, and Wheat. Before placing your order, please inform your server if a person in your party has a food allergy." They use the same disclaimer even for products like has browns, that officially contain no allergens. Moreover, the site makes no mention of their breakfast bowls, and appears to have no allergen information on those items. The breakfast sandwiches are clearly not gluten-free and not safe for celiac sufferers. Even in the absence of clear allergen information, or gluten-free labels, it is reasonable to assume that the new breakfast bowls are not gluten-free, and not safe for people with celiac disease. Dunkin’ Bowls are available now at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide for a limited time only. However, if you're looking for a gluten-free guarantee, or if you have celiac disease, you'll probably want to look elsewhere for breakfast.
  2. Celiac.com 08/06/2018 - Okay, so it’s not a gluten-free donut, but Dunkin’ Donuts has announced the debut of a gluten-free fudge brownie, the company’s first-ever gluten-free bakery product, that will be available in all of Dunkin's 8,500 US stores. A company statement said that Dunkin’ Donuts recognizes "the importance of providing alternative choices for people with dietary restrictions or who choose a gluten-free diet." Gluten-free food sales are projected to exceed $2 billion in sales by 2020, up 20% from 2015, according to industry research group Packaged Facts. Dunkin's gluten-free brownie is one of several new items the company is introducing, although it is the only one that is gluten-free. Other new non-gluten-free items include waffle-breaded chicken tenders, pretzel bites and ham and cheese roll-ups. All of these items are priced at $2 each, as part of the chain's new Dunkin' Run menu, which the company hopes will draw customers beyond the usual breakfast rush. The latest menu changes are all part of a concerted effort by the company to rebrand, including ditching the ”Donuts" part of its name in some new stores, reducing its food offerings, emphasizing its drink selections, and pursuing plans to double the number of stores. Gluten-free donut lovers may have to wait indefinitely for a genuine gluten-free Dunkin’ donut, but a reliable, readily available gluten-free brownie is a good start. If you get a chance to try Dunkin’s new gluten-free brownie, please let us know your thoughts.
  3. Maybe it's already been discussed, but we stopped into a DD while travelling last weekend, and they had these little oatmeal pots for sale right near the register. I thought, "Oh, wouldn't it be great if I could have these for breakfast" (and yes, I know there are other brands, but there's a DD right near my office) I went to look to see if they were certified gluten-free oats - not only were they not certified, but the ingredients also listed barley and rye - the trifecta of trouble! Why they felt the need to add barley and rye to oatmeal, I have no clue. Now I know none of us would eat oatmeal that isn't certified, and we'd definitely check, but just wanted to make you guys aware.
  4. I've never had any problems drinking DD iced coffee from the stores, but this morning I decided to try the bottled mocha iced coffee that recently came out. The ingredients list doesn't have anything that looks like it could have gluten in it to me, but as soon as I drank it I began to get a headache and my stomach began to hurt. At first I dismissed it as being only the high sugar content, but by the time I got to work all of my joints were inflamed, I feel like I could pass out, and I'm almost positive within half an hour I'm going to be throwing up. Has anyone else had any issues with these products? I sent an email to DD asking them about possible other ingredients in the drinks, but that was just an hour ago. INGREDIENTS Skim milk, sugar, coffee (water, coffee), cream, cocoa (made with alkali), potassium phosphate, pectin.
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