Restaurants have marketed 
gluten-free menu items for years, but it wasn’t until May that such claims drew controversy. That’s when Domino’s Pizza unveiled agluten-free crust it admitted may not be safe for those with severe gluten sensitivity.
 Although the new crust was free of gluten-containing products, Domino’s said in disclaimers and a video on YouTube that cross-contamination might compromise it, making it unsafe for those with celiac disease. What ...

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