Domino’s New Gluten Free Crust Pizza

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We’ve been working on this for a while and it’s finally ready for its close-up. Domino’s new Gluten Free Crust pizza tastes unlike any on the market that we’ve tried. Which is to say, it actually tastes like pizza. Legal Disclaimer: 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.

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  1. Philip Boardman

    That’s what the disclamier? at 0:15 says

  2. Cheryl M

    This is a personal choice folks. We are ecstatic? about it! Let’s not bite the hand that feeds us.

  3. Jefgg

    The crust on my underwear? tastes better than the crust on a Domino’s pizza.

  4. y0Marticus

    Patrick Doyle looks like the? guy from backroomcastingcouch….

  5. akaNeversleep

    they should name? a sausage pizza after sandusky

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  7. kfs1017

    That’s great if your local store will take steps – mine wasn’t at all prepared to do so.? Good luck!

  8. vecridify

    if? you mention that you ACTUALLY have Celiac Disease, and not just a slight allerdy (which the majority of people have) then they will most definitely take the steps necessary to prevent cross-contamination

  9. kfs1017

    If you have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease DO? NOT eat this pizza. They make it on the same screens that they use for their regular dough, and use the same utensils to apply the sauce. They take no steps to avoid cross-contamination. It’s really a shame that they are not trying to help the millions of people with the actual disease. A couple of simple steps, and it could work for all! Make me wonder who this is really marketed for…

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  12. knipdyoif

    That’s so dumb? what the point if u can’t eat gluten or have any cross contamination if your going to do it do it right

  13. Alex Chung

    Thanks Domino’s, you’ve just? earned a new customer!

  14. RiverCrystal

    I wouldn’t think so. Gluten? is mostly protein, not carbs. On top of that, rice and potato flour are very high on the glycemic index.

  15. Dave Reviwer

    I hope if anyone from the labor department is? reading this please make this to be out thats not right example are Park Ridge,Des Plaines Illinois please help us we are being over worked.

  16. Dave Reviwer

    You Fucking idiots give employes breaks i worked here for years and what the fuck? no breaks i’ve work sometimes ten hours a day and i don’t get a lunch or a break they say your break is when is not busy excuse me and you know what im still employeed cause im going to make my review on this place and summit it to the department of labor and see what they say about employees being over worked with not lunch or breaks

  17. NetStuffz

    I’m eating my GF pizza right now. ? So delicious I could cry!

  18. NetStuffz

    Thank God for Dominos. Never thought I’d say that…but since having to go gluten free, I thought I would? never get to have pizza again. Dominos has saved me. Thank you so much for offering this. I can finally enjoy pizza again! (Waiting on my order’s delivery right now, in fact.)

  19. AzleAnt

    They show the corporate Domino’s but neglect the franchise ones. Hundred of franchise owner owned shops that are substandard. Wonder why. Report by former employee fired by narcing to corporate for attempted fraud/theft of a measly 4.50/hr deliverly driver’s wages at the end of the shift. Still awaiting if they pay me in the manditory 6 days by Texas Labor Law. I bet on Black and not Red. I doubt? they do. Then a second 3rd degree Felony violation complaint will go to law enforcement.

  20. RandyNose

    I’m wondering if Gluten? free = less sugar creating starch for the Diabetics.

  21. AJ78910

    k…? D:

  22. notyouraveragesally

    @AJ78910 This pizza is NOT celiac-safe. It WILL cause a Celiac-Autoimmune reaction. DO NOT eat? this pizza if you are celiac and value your health. Try Udi’s GF pizza crust, for Homemade, or Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria if you are on the west coast and want to eat out.

  23. oohlalittlemonster

    Does anyone know if the crust? actually tastes good? You know that gluten-free rubbery taste? Does it have that? Thanks!!

  24. oohlalittlemonster

    Thank you!!!!!!?

  25. itsadambaby

    thank you dominos!!!!!?

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