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Chuck E. Cheese's Goes Gluten-Free!

Chuck E. Cheese’s Goes Gluten-Free! | @ChuckECheese

by Alicia on November 13, 2012 in Food and Drink

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November is Gluten-free Diet Awareness Month, and according to the Wall Street Journal, 1 out of 15 children in the U.S. have some kind of food allergy.  With this many children around the country suffering from diet restrictions, like wheat products, Chuck E. Cheese’s is excited to announce the launch of its new gluten-free pizza and cupcake options on the menus of all of its store locations to accommodate guests with special dietary needs.

Chuck E Cheese's Gluten free pizza

As a result of positive feedback during its gluten-free pizza and cupcake pilot test last spring, Chuck E. Cheese’s has moved ahead on its journey toward offering these products to stores and families nationwide. Now, more families and children can enjoy the full Chuck E. Cheese’s experience guilt- and gluten-free!

“Given that gluten-free products are something we’ve wanted to offer for the last few years, it feels very gratifying to deliver a product that reflects our commitment to providing even our guests with strict gluten intolerance with a product that still tastes great and expands the Chuck E. Cheese’s experience from games to food and fun for so many families,” Elliot said. “It’s a great example of how we’re working towards consistent quality across the board to make all facets of guests’ visits more enjoyable.”

In addition to the new gluten-free menu, Chuck E. Cheese’s recently upgraded its traditional pizza recipe with dough made in-store as well as freshly shredded mozzarella and vegetables. In consideration of other food allergies, Chuck E. Cheese’s provides a comprehensive online listing of each ingredient for all menu items to help parents determine the most appropriate foods for their unique family’s dining experience.

The gluten-free cheese pizza can be purchased at more than 500 Chuck E. Cheese’s locations in the U.S. and Canada for $5.99, the same price as its individual size pizza with traditional crust. The gluten-free chocolate fudge cupcake is sold for $2.99 in the U.S. and $3.49 in Canada. Chuck E. Cheese’s encourages families to participate in Gluten-free Diet Awareness Month this November by tasting its new offerings and sharing their thoughts about dining out safely with food allergies on the company’s Official Facebook Page.

Chuck E. Cheese’s Does Gluten-free the Right Way With New Menu Options Nationwidehttp://youtu.be/1LiXszmhRLQ

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