What? Mc Donalds Gluten Free fries and hash browns and they are cooked in a separate fryer?
In Canada, McDonald’s is one of the few places that you can eat French fries since they cook them separately from other breaded items. (Fries served in the United States have additives that contain wheat.) Their poutine is also gluten-free!
I think I was in shock when I found out! It looks like the gravy might be gluten free at well (waiting to hear back)! Apparently In order to keep the taste of their iconic fries at a standard level every McDonalds has a separate fryer for their potatoes (WHICH MEANS NO CROSS CONTAMINATION)
Poutine Gravy: Water, modified corn starch, glucose solids, corn maltodextrin, hydrolyzed corn protein, salt, modified tapioca starch, high oleic sunflower oil, sugar, tomato powder, onion powder, autolyzed yeast extract, chicken broth powder, chicken fat, silicon dioxide, caramel colour, garlic powder, spices.
HeHere are more alleged gluten free items: urbantastebud.com/gluten-free-items-you-must-try-at-mcdonalds/