STUDY: 32 Percent of "Gluten-Free" Restaurant Foods Contain Gluten

Gluten-free options are available everywhere these days, but according to a new study, you may not be able to trust that these menu items are truly gluten-free.

When diners used portable gluten detection devices to check foods that were listed as gluten-free, they found that in restaurants across the country, 32 percent of the dishes that were supposed to be gluten-free actually contained gluten.

The biggest offenders were pizza and pasta. According to the study, about 50 percent of “gluten-free” pizza and pasta dishes at restaurants still contained gluten. (Today)

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