Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Gotta Have a Wawa

(Photo credit: Wawa.com)
Let's answer the burning question first: Wawa still doesn't offer gluten-free sandwiches. What the popular convenience-store chain does have, though, are an expanding array of packaged to-go options along with a mix of chips, yogurt and other snacks.

Unlike at a restaurant, where you typically choose a soup or salad, you can choose both at Wawa, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Three prepared salads contain no gluten ingredients - Garden Salad, Summer Berry Salad and Turkey BLT Salad. The black bean soup, baked potato soup, cheddar & bacon soup and seafood chowder are gluten free.

In addition to the apple caramel & peanut butter dippers, carrots & peanut butter dippers, veggies and dip, carrots, and strawberries & cream with chocolate chips, there are 11 varieties of packaged fruit cups. Mashed and baked potatoes are also fine.

Of course, Wawa is famous for its coffee. All of its hot and iced coffees are gluten free, as are as the smoothies. In fact, the only beverages that contain gluten are the cookies & cream frozen cappuccinos.

Not all items are available at all locations. Wawa has an allergen menu at its website that allows users to sort products by major allergen.
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