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Subway Testing Gluten-Free Market

April 4th, 2011
New Gluten-Free offerings at select Subways in Texas

New Gluten-Free offerings at select Subways in Texas

Since January, Subway has been testing a bun made of egg whites, corn starch and tapioca starches for customers with gluten sensitivities at 700 outlets in Dallas and East Texas.1 They are even offering a gluten-free brownie for dessert made by French Meadow Bakery. It sounds like Subway has trained their staff well, and has gone to great lengths to insure little chance of cross contamination. The gluten-free blogger at TastyEatsAtHome is lucky enough to live near one of the Subways that is test marketing the gluten-free offerings. Read her review about the new products.

I really hope that Subway will decide to carry these food items. The convenience of being able to get a sandwich at a Subway again would be amazing. Eating gluten-free gets easier everyday as more restaurants begin to offer food specifically for us!

Read More Reviews:

Gluten Free Angel
Celiac About.com

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  1. April 5th, 2011 at 11:14 | #1

    Thanks for linking up! Where did you find out about the ingredients for the buns? I was curious.

  2. April 5th, 2011 at 11:19 | #2

    Alta,
    There is a footnote after the list of ingredients. I found them on the CNN Health website:
    http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/13/subway-tests-gluten-free-sandwiches/

  3. April 11th, 2011 at 11:26 | #3

    I hope try this out at the Subways here in San Antonio. I would give it a try in a heart beat. I love French Meadows bread.

  4. April 11th, 2011 at 20:32 | #4

    Please let me know how they are!

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