Subway tests gluten-free sandwiches
- Samalicious Jan 14, 2011 07:09 AM
Subway is 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. The sandwich chain is also offering a gluten-free brownie for dessert. The brownie is made of potato starch, cocoa and sugar.
Thanks for posting this samalicious. I hope the servers switch the gloves like they do at Chipote.
Interesting. I'm sort of bummed they'd go straight to a very junk food white bread analog, but what did I expect? And in a place like that, a lot of us couldn't handle the cross-contact. Anyhow, it's ALWAYS nice to see that the awareness is increasing!