My son was recently diagnosed with Celiac, so I went into this particular blaze because my niece (who is celiac) said the franchise is very careful about cross contamination. I wanted to see how they handle the seriousness of celiac. Unfortunately, this particular one was not. Gloves were changed and a special silicone pad was used on the board, but that felt like the extent of it. Although my paper was labeled for an allergy, the employee was about to use the same sauce she used on the line of regular crusts before. When I asked if she had a sauce for people with allergies, she said yes. Then she proceeded to put all the same toppings that had been used on all the regular pizzas on mine. Finally, when the pizza came out of the oven, they used the same pizza cutter that they had been using on all the regular pizzas. I was so disappointed. I definitely do not feel safe recommending this Blaze unless you are ready to be vocal at every step of the process. If you are just intolerant to gluten, it’s probably ok. But for someone with Celiac, I would be very cautious at this Blaze.
— Not at all
— Gluten-free items are marked on the main menu