The biggest pizza chain in the world is responding to a global demand for gluten-free foods. Pizza Hut will match Domino's by introducing its own gluten-free pizza later this month through a partnership with Udi’s Gluten Free.
The Chicago Sun Times reports the pizza chain, beginning Jan. 26, will offer cheese-only and pepperoni gluten-free pizzas at select restaurants nationwide. Udi’s is providing the crust. The 10-inch pizzas, cut into six slices, start at $9.99.
Pizza Hut's CEO David Gibbs says the new product will offer consumers all the flavor of other company pizzas. Pizza Hut worked with the Gluten Intolerance Group to train employees in handling ingredients and preparing the pizzas. Rival Domino’s also offers a gluten-free crust.