Their bowls are delicious and a great way to start your morning. Just swap the reg granola for the GF granola and everything else is GF.
Wonderful new juice bar! They even have gluten free granola! Update: came in today and my boyfriend ordered for me and forgot to say gluten free. When I got my PB bowl I thought the granola looked different so I went and asked. They informed me that was not the gluten free granola. I explained that I have Celiac so I needed it to have the gluten free granola and they remade it for me! 😀
Everything here is in its most raw form pure plan based smoothies they are aware of gluten allergies along with the rest of many other food allergies they even have gluten free oats for the Açai bowls which are delicious I ordered a smoothie and it was absolutely delicious will be returning if you down load the Nekter app you will also review a free 16oz smoothie so download before ya go
Staff had no idea what items contained did or did not contain gluten. Disclaimer on menu board states any of their items may contain wheat (among many other allergens). Bottom line Nekter is not safe for Celiacs.
They serve juices, smoothies and bowls. I twice enjoyed a peanut butter açaí bowl. They have Udis GF granola available and were also able to make mine tree nut free. It makes a filling and healthy breakfast or a healthy treat.
The person I spoke with was very knowledgeable about cross contamination. Their only gluten free item is granola that is manufactured in a facility that uses wheat. They do have a gluten free granola option. Tell them you are celiac and they will change gloves, use a new cutting board, etc to prevent cross contamination.
Most of the snacks sold at nekter are certified gluten free. The granola they use for the bowls is also gluten free (hemp plus granola).However, not certified because it is produced in a factory with other gluten products. For this reason they also offer GF granola for celiac patients.