Domino’s on Monday became the nation’s largest pizza chain to offer a gluten-free product — except the new item may not be a viable option for those most at risk from eating gluten. Available in all of Domino’s nearly 5,000 U.S. locations, the gluten-free pizza crust option is made from rice flour, rice starch and potato starch. It does not contain wheat, rye or barley, the three sources of gluten protein that can cause health problems for those with celiac ...

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