DALLAS — After testing gluten-free rolls and brownies in a Dallas market, Subway is expected to slowly expand the product trial further, according to QSR.com.
“We will take our time with this and make sure we deliver these products to the consumer the right way. If it was easy to do, everyone would have gluten-free available. Obviously it’s not,” Mark Christiano, the chain’s baking specialist in the R&D department, is quoted as saying on QSR.com
A few products, including gluten-free buns and brownies, have already been sold in select Portland, Ore., stores. The buns, which are baked at a separate facility, are pre-packaged and cut on-site with a disposable knife to prevent cross-contamination with gluten products.