Canada's Pizza 73 introduces gluten-f...

Canada's Pizza 73 introduces gluten-free menu

There are 4 comments on the Pizza Marketplace story from Oct 18, 2012, titled Canada's Pizza 73 introduces gluten-free menu. In it, Pizza Marketplace reports that:

Pizza 73, with 72 locations throughout Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan, has introduced a gluten-free menu featuring four new pizzas.

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Fred

Edmonton, Canada

#1 Oct 18, 2012
Awesome!! It's about time!
Kris

Edmonton, Canada

#2 Jan 10, 2013
I love this gluten free pizza !!! I've tried a lot of gluten free breads and haven't tasted anything better than this. It only comes in 10 inch and thin crust. Excellent price !! Way to go 73
Attention seeking sheep

United States

#3 Jan 16, 2013
Less than 1 percent of people have Celiac Disease, and require a gluten free diet. Sadly, a much greater percentage of people are attention seeking trendy sheep.
Wheat has been a healthy staple for thousands of years, and still is to this day. The idiots eating gluten free today, are the same ones that bought into Atkins snake oil diet 20 years ago.
If you had half a brain (and half a heart) you'd cut out animal products from your diet instead of gluten. The cheese and meat on that pizza are much worse for you, the animals, and the planet than wheat will ever be.
Open your eyes and start thinking for yourself.
Maybe

Beverly, MA

#4 Jul 1, 2014
Attention seeking sheep wrote:
Less than 1 percent of people have Celiac Disease, and require a gluten free diet. Sadly, a much greater percentage of people are attention seeking trendy sheep.
Wheat has been a healthy staple for thousands of years, and still is to this day. The idiots eating gluten free today, are the same ones that bought into Atkins snake oil diet 20 years ago.
If you had half a brain (and half a heart) you'd cut out animal products from your diet instead of gluten. The cheese and meat on that pizza are much worse for you, the animals, and the planet than wheat will ever be.
Open your eyes and start thinking for yourself.
This is the thing, although it would be nice if folks understood Celiac disease better, it is also true that gluten free products and services could not exist at a competitive price if only celiacs were the consumers.

It is a conundrum.

If you have celiacs disease and you need to travel a lot for work, eating in a restaurant is a necessary hazard.

So, although you can talk all day about how easy it is to avoid gluten at home, it is. Rey challenging to avoid it when traveling and eating out with work colleagues.

So it would be nice if more people understood the disease, even if it were low incidence because there are times when those of us with celiac need to have accommodation. We would prefer not to be judged as attention seekers.

Nobody enjoys having celiac. It is very limiting to your social life when folks do not understand and expect you to live on lettuce and water.

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