Gluten Free Subway sandwich in Cloquet, Minnesota

Gluten Free Subway sandwich in Cloquet, Minnesota

(Editor’s note 1-17-14:  The information in this posted is dated.  Please get updated information on Gluten Free Subway at our follow-up post dated January 17, 2014)

Just before Christmas I got a tip from a reader of The Savvy Celiac that the gluten free Subway sandwiches were being pulled in January.  If you are lucky enough to live in a test-market area for the sandwiches, you know the sandwiches are pretty good and it is a convenient and can be a healthier fast food option.

We live 90 minutes away from the closest Subway that offers gluten-free sandwiches. My daughter really  likes them and when I told her I was looking into the story tip she asked to do a quick drive to get a sandwich! But I didn’t cave in to the pressure.

Back to the story.  So I got this tip and instantly emailed the public relations department at Subway.  Because of the holidays it took them until after New Year’s Day to get back to me.

The response from Allison Goldberg, a public relations specialist with the company said,

“I spoke with Mark Christiano, our Baking Specialist and he said the test program is not going away. We are continuing to test the gluten free roll and brownie in select markets.” — Allison Goldberg, public relations specialist, Subway

Goldberg also confirmed the number of test markets that can create gluten-free sandwiches has not changed since I last listed them off almost exactly two years ago — January 6, 2012:

  • Duluth & Cloquet, MN/Superior, WI
  • Tacoma, WA
  • Portland, OR
  • Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

For more information on the sandwiches, how they taste and compare to other gluten free sandwiches, see the links below:

Good Experience with Gluten Free Subway (Dated April 10, 2013)

Comparison of gluten free Subway with gluten free Erbert and Gerbert’s sandwiches (July 25, 2013)

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One Response to “Debunking a Rumor about Gluten Free Subway”

  1. I was in the DFW airport on Sunday and even the airport location had them.

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