Subway: Eat (Gluten-Free) Fresh

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My friend, Guru, passed along this article, telling us that Subway restaurants in Dallas, TX are testing two gluten-free items, sandwich bread and brownies.  Their gluten-free items will be pre-packaged and employees will be trained to cut the GF bread with a pre-wrapped knife to prevent contamination.  The same sandwich guy will make the gluten-free sandwich from start to finish.

Sounds like the folks at Subway know their stuff and are working hard to truly make safe gluten-free meals.

Now if Jared gets diagnosed with Celiac, he can still partake in his Subway diet.

Now if Jared gets diagnosed with Celiac, he can still partake in his Subway diet.

Let me know if you’re in the Dallas area and sample a gluten-free sandwich.  Also, according to this article, a restaurant trend of 2011 is creating menus that accommodate gluten-free diners.  A good trend, as long as restaurants are fully investigating ingredients and making sure their dishes are really gluten-free.

Have you heard of any other restaurants that are trying new gluten-free menu items?

  1. Jason’s Deli has great bread for GF sandwiches! not too thick, and I even ate the other half the next day! Way to go!

  2. Betsy says:

    Thanks for the tip, Moxie. I need to head over to Jason’s and try it out!

  3. elaney says:

    that sounds a little risky for a celiac. do you think that could work??

  4. Betsy says:

    I think it could work if they really do a good job at ‘sticking to the plan.’ The problem is when it gets really busy and employees might try to take short cuts.

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