Dunkin’ Donuts Enters Hole New World of Gluten-Free Products

June 20, 2013

Dunkin’ Donuts Enters Hole New World of Gluten-Free Products

Gluten-free donuts and muffins are rolling out nationwide, with special packaging to prevent cross-contamination.

Dunkin Donuts logoDunkin’ Brands Group Inc., the company that franchises Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide, has announced that they will begin selling gluten-free products. In making this announcement, Dunkin’ Donuts becomes the first fast-food chain to offer gluten-free pastries on a national scale. Two particular items, gluten-free cinnamon-sugar doughnuts and blueberry muffins, were noted by Stan Frankenthaler, the executive chef of Dunkin’ Donuts, in an e-mail to Bloomberg.com. Frankenthaler explained that the gluten-free products will have separate packaging to prevent cross-contamination.

Last December, NFCA reported that Dunkin’ Donuts was testing gluten-free products in Florida and Massachusetts. The gluten-free donuts and muffins are now available in the Hartford, CT, area, and the company will continue its nationwide roll out this year, according to Bloomberg.

For more information, read the article on Bloomberg.com.