People with celiac disease, gluten allergy and gluten sensitivity make a lifelong commitment to restrict dietary intake of gluten, a protein present in wheat, barley and rye. It has been estimated that one in every 133 people have celiac disease, and that more than 20 million people in the United States – or seven percent of the entire population – suffer from gluten sensitivity. Many are forced to forgo favorite foods or settle for bland gluten-free alternatives.
Detroit Style Pizza Co. offers several different gluten-free menu choices. Now those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity can finally enjoy real pizza flavor and texture. World Champion Pizza Maker Shawn Randazzo was inspired to craft the recipe after his wife, Keri, was diagnosed with celiac disease in January 2012.
Our kitchen is designed so that our gluten-free crust never comes into contact with surfaces or utensils used for products with gluten in them. Separate pans, spatula, and pizza cutter are used for our gluten-free menu items.
We offer a small Detroit Style Square (four pieces). Specialty pizzas can be made gluten-free by adding $2 to their regular prices. Any Detroit Style Pizza Co. mail order pizza packages can also be made gluten-free for an additional $6 and shipped to anywhere in the continental U.S.