If you have not had the chance to try ZPizza's Gluten Free pizza (debuted about a year ago), then you are missing out. If you didn't try it because it was not Dairy Free or Soy Free, now is your chance to dig in. I received word from the franchisee of the Raleigh and Cary stores recently letting me know about the change in the GF crust. Very commonly, Gluten Free patrons are also Dairy Free and/or Soy Free. Celiacs often have multiple issues including lactose intolerance due to intestinal damage. The new GF, DF and SF crust is now available in both stores. The crust is also Cholesterol free and comes in at around 250 calories (of course that doesn't include your toppings). Top off your pizza with a Redbridge - now being served at both locations as well.
I've included a picture of the crust's packaging to the left.
I was also told that both ZPizza locations combined are selling on average 100 GF crusts per week. That's a huge number of pizzas. The GF crusts themselves (only available in size small 10") are $10.25 each without toppings. Sell 100 of those bad boys per week for the entire year and that's $53,300 without toppings. Lots of dough (pun intended).
Regardless, looks like ZPizza is very dedicated to GF consumers and we thank you for that. For more information on ZPizza including my original review, click here.