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Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza

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Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza. Early this week I posted that Domino’s announced they have added a “Gluten Free” Pizza to their menu. As I stated in that post it is really important to education yourself and read the fine print. If you have Celiac Disease or a severe gluten intolerance you need to educate yourself before ordering.

Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza:

It is not 100% Gluten Free because of the possibility of cross contamination. They have included a disclaimer like many restaurants do however this is a little different in my opinion.


Domino’s Pizza made with a Gluten Free Crust is prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness supports the availability of Domino’s Gluten Free Crust but cannot recommend the pizza for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgment in consuming this pizza.

Explaining the Disclaimer:

Gluten is present in Domino’s® Hand Tossed Dough. After stretching the dough, small gluten particles could remain on the pizza maker’s hands, which then touch the cheese and toppings and could transfer to these ingredients. Due to the handcrafted nature of Domino’s® products and because stores do not have a separate gluten free area in the kitchen, a possibility for gluten exposure can occur. As such, pizza made with Domino’s® Gluten Free Crust is not recommended for customers with Celiac disease. However, because the risk for exposure is low, this pizza made with Domino’s® Gluten Free Crust is an option for individuals with mild gluten sensitivities.

I was specifically asked by a reader to share my opinion on if I will be ordering the Domino’s Gluten Free pizza and the answer is NO, I won’t. I won’t risk the cross contamination because I have Celiac Disease. I personally feel that if Domino’s was sincere in their efforts, they would take the precautions necessary to provide a quality and safe Gluten Free pizza for ALL who need it. It is not a good plan to provide something for those only with a mild gluten sensitivity. This is not a diet for me – this is a lifestyle and therefore “choosing” to not eat gluten is not something I take lightly.

In my opinion Domino’s should reconsider what they are offering and consumers who have Gluten Sensitivity or Celiac Disease should be extremely careful. There are other chains who are taking the necessary precautions like LaRosa’s and Chuck E Cheese. I commend those chains for taking this seriously before launching a gluten free pizza line.

Again, this is my opinion, I am not telling you not to eat at Domino’s, I just want you to make an educated decision and have the facts.

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  1. My brother in law and nephew both have Celiac and for Dominos to present this as a gluten free solution is deceptive period. Like you stated if they really wanted to present their product as gluten free they could take the precautionary measures. This really burns me because my family isn’t just exploring a new diet like the latest fad of Hollywood stars–there is no choice if they want to remain healthy. Exactly who is this product for?

  2. Any attempt to provide gluten free options is a start. As someone with gluten intolerance but not celiac disease, I am excited to order a Dominos pizza. Certainly it would be awesome if Dominos were more accomodating to individuals with celiac, but it would be a very difficult task – there is only so much room to work (not very much as it is), so it would be very difficult to ensure that there is no cross contamination at all.

    1. They could provide a certified gluten free pizza similar to how Donatos does their take an bake pizza’s.

  3. I can tolerate the cross contamination risk. I’ve enjoyed this pizza twice already! Yum!
    No reaction and I am a fan. This pizza has been tested and meets the labeling standards of gluten free. 🙂

    I hope other chains will follow Domino’s example!

    1. That is great for you. I personally can’t and if you can’t you totally understand where I am coming from. I think this is created more for those with an intolerance which is great for those who can “cheat” but I can’t for sure.

  4. I’m thrilled by this change.
    I am not Celiac. But I have learned over the years that consuming gluten still makes me have adverse side-effects (that vary depending on what, I don’t know).
    The only way for years I eat pizza is either making my own or by “scalping” the toppings off the pizza I order for the family and eating just the tops. So I know that cross-contamination is *not* an issue for me. Dominos is definitely getting my purchase with this.
    I suspect there are many out there like me – a gluten sensitivity that is not categorized (or even easily diagnosed), but avoids it because of “issues” related to consumption. It’s not a fad diet for me, but also a way of life. And Dominoes has just made my life a little simpler.

  5. I agree! I do feel for those that have Celiac Disease and cannot order this, but since Dominos is the ONLY pizza restaurant in our area to even make and effort, I’m grateful to them for this. I can tolerate cross contamination to a certain extent and I haven’t had any symptoms from their gluten free pizza so far. This has allowed my family the convenience and enjoyment of pizza night again. Before this, my only alternatives were making my own or buying the cardboard tasting stuff from the grocer’s freezer section. I hope this is a step in the right direction that will challenge others to step up and make gluten free products that even Celiac sufferers can enjoy. And please Domino’s, some coupons or deals for us too!

  6. I agree with melissa. Domino has no business trying to cash in on the gluten free cash cow given their gluten laden environment. I do have celiac disease and am personally doubtful when people with a sensitivity to gluten of any kind tell me they can handle a little bit. How sure are you that you don’t have celiac? How sure are you that your doctors diagnosis or lack thereof was accurate? Celiacs who consume gluten, even in small amounts have higher risks of things like colon and stomach cancer. And sad to say, but many celiacs aren’t as careful as they should be and cheat or just take labels at face value. These people are endangered by irresponsible marketing, and it is a shame because there are many companies that deserve to be trusted because of their safe, responsible gluten free menus and they may be overshadowed by a big name like dominos that offers an unsafe product. I live in the Bay Area and there are many truly safe options for a gluten free pizza. This is a huge change from even ten years go, so here’s hoping for that change throughout the country!

    1. thanks Sea! I can’t cheat one single bite! If I do I am sick for a full week. A simple cross contamination is not pretty for me.

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