However, cross-contamination is a major concern for everyone with celiac disease. Patrons should still question the safety of the food as well as how aware and well trained the foodservice staff is regarding proper handling of gluten-free food. In addition, the menus at the park claim that some products are wheat-free and others are wheat-free and gluten-free.
Before planning a trip I recommend contacting the foodservice director to make sure the wheat-free items, such as the chicken nuggets and pizza, are free of gluten or if they are just wheat-free. Ask the foodservice director if he or she could e-mail the ingredient list for these items. Before making final vacation plans double check these items so that you know in advance that these items are completely gluten-free. This will help you know if you need to go prepared to the theme park with nonperishable gluten-free items like pretzels, bread, chips, cut up vegetables, cereals, or snack bars. Also, find out how much the cost is for the allergen-free alternatives.
Do these foods cost more than the original or is the price the same because it is a substitution? The website does give an overview of what is gluten-free