French fries are NOT gluten free, they are coated in a wheat beef flavoring.
French Fries Ingredients: Potatoes, Vegetable Oil (canola Oil, Corn Oil, Soybean Oil, Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Natural Beef Flavor [wheat And Milk Derivatives]*), Dextrose, Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (maintain Color), Salt. *natural Beef Flavor Contains Hydrolyzed Wheat And Hydrolyzed Milk As Starting Ingredients. Contains: Wheat, Milk. Cooked In The Same Fryer That We Use For Donut Sticks Which Contain A Wheat And Milk Allergen.
Beef patties do not contain gluten but risk cross contamination. They will use lettuce instead of bun if you request it.
100% Beef Patty Ingredients: 100% Pure USDA Inspected Beef; No Fillers, No Extenders. Prepared with Grill Seasoning (Salt, Black Pepper).
I was a little bit hesitant to order after my previous experience with a different restaurant that was supposedly gluten-free, but I thought I’d give my voice here because I do have some positive things I want to say about my experience ordering from McDonald’s through GrubHub with a need for a gluten-free diet. I was happy to discover through some research that many people state that the fries are indeed gluten-free, you do have to be careful because sometimes there are fryers that cross contaminate when it comes to gluten related products, so I was happy to hear that the large fried I had ordered did not make me sick. I was also happy to discover that although I try to avoid lactose, the McFlurry M&M is also supposedly gluten-free according to various sites on the web that you can research on! So it made me really happy to have that and not have as many issues with a Gluten as well. I also got a burger with the bread removed, and had everything else on it and eat it with a fork, and it was a little unorthodox, but I didn’t have my typical severe reaction to gluten like I have with other foods when eating having these three items. Although I will say that you do take a risk when it comes to the hamburger since it’s often that the burgers are produced in the same place that the bread is used and sometimes cross-contamination happens with gloves, but I was fortunate not to have that experience this time. So I just wanna put some positive experience out there for anyone else who might want to do some research on trying McDonald’s out for those that need a gluten-free diet and need some sort of takeout that can be found in this area!
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No allergy information at this location. When asked they said they had 0 gf options
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Always go here for bunless burgers and staff is always very careful and uses new condiments, lettuce, tomatoes, etc. Have never gotten sick from eating there. They used to have a dedicated fryer for fries and hashbrowns but no longer have that and actually posted signage letting people know so that they didnt get sick. Was very impressed.
McDonald’s has milkshakes and frappes that are gluten free. All flavors. I am extremely sensitive and I have never gotten sick.
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