Gluten-free pizza delivery is now a reality in Camden County. Seasons Pizza's locations in Cherry Hill (450 Route 70 East, 856-428-4441) and Stratford (1014 North White Horse Pike, 856-783-9333) offer medium-sized gluten-free cheese pizza pies ($8.99 each) as well as french fries cooked in a dedicated fryer. These restaurants are the first two Seasons outlets to sell gluten-free pizza. If the pizza proves popular, the company may add it to the menu at other locations, including those throughout Delaware and in Frazer, Pennsylvania. (Readers near other Seasons Pizza shops can contact the company to request the gluten-free pizza at their local stores.)
All of the managers and employees at both New Jersey locations have been instructed on preparation of the pizzas to avoid cross-contamination. The stores use separate cheese and a cutter for the gluten-free crusts, which come from the manufacturer on individual foil trays. The use of the tray prevents the pizzas from touching surfaces that may have had contact with gluten. The sauce on all of the pizzas is hand-tossed, so the utensil used to ladle sauce onto the pies does not come into contact with the dough.
While the Stratford location's seating is limited, the newly opened Cherry Hill spot has a large dining room for customers who choose to eat there. Both restaurants offer delivery and you can even order the gluten-free pizza online for delivery from the Cherry Hill location. Currently, the Cherry Hill Seasons Pizza is offering 10 percent off gluten-free pizza orders to customers who mention the store's blog. And, yes, the gluten-free pizza tastes great. In fact, it's remarkably similar to Season's thin-crust wheat version.