While many good practices, the red sauce ladle touches dough and gloved hands that have touched wheat dough reach into containers for cheese and toppings. That said, I ordered oil instead of red sauce and I didn't have a reaction.
Went to this newly opened assembly line (kind of like chipotle) pizzeria. Was ecstatic to witness that not only did they have a gf crust option, but procedures are in place and followed to avoid cross contamination. Attendant puts new gloves on, puts the gf crust on a platter with a piece of foil big enough to protect the pizza from contact with any food remnants in the oven. they even have a special cover to keep the outer crust from burning. Crust was decent and the topping and sauce were excellent and fresh!
Staff is coached on washing hands and changing gloves but the sauce and cheese and other toppings are pulled from the same containers as the regular pizzas (sauce is dipped and spread with the same utensil...completely contaminated). There was no dedicated prep area either. Pizza was probably delicious but I'm fairly certain I would have been terribly ill after. Unfortunately not Celiac safe.
They have gluten free crust but it is prepared where the regular crust is prepared. Also they use the same sauce and spatula that they use in the regular pizza so the sauce is completely contaminated. Really wish people understood cross contamination. This place is not safe for celiacs!!!