Domino's Offering Gluten-Free Crust

Staff Writer
Perhaps they're trying to distance themselves from Pizza Hut's hot dog-stuffed monstrosity

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Gluten-free has become such a selling point, national pizza chains are offering up gluten-free pizza to the masses.

Today Domino's announced they'll be baking up gluten-free pizza crusts for those who request it, although they won't be using separate, gluten-free ovens so extra-sensitive consumers beware.

The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness claims that "the number one request we get from the gluten-free consumer is for gluten-free pizza — and beer," a representative said.

Domino's may have solved the first on the national scale; as for the latter, USA Today reports that Anheusher-Busch has rolled out a gluten-free Michelob Ultra Light Cider. In 2006, AB also launched the first national gluten-free beer, Redbridge. Fast food pizza-and-beer fests for all gluten-free parties? Check. Whether or not the pizza is actually tasty has yet to be reported.