Uncle Maddio's: Kid’s Size Gluten-Free Pizza Gives Families More Dining Choices
Uncle Maddio’s is the Only Restaurant Brand to Offer Gluten-Free Kids’ Size Pizza
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 01, 2012 - Pizza brings people together, and with this week’s launch of the gluten-free kid’s size pizza at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint, more families have the option to dine together and enjoy one of America’s favorite meals. The fastest-growing fast-casual pizza restaurant is the only restaurant in the nation to offer gluten-free kid’s meal pizzas in addition to their standard nine inch pie. This is in addition to more than 25 gluten-free toppings.
For people with gluten allergies, including celiac disease, eating food containing gluten (a protein composite found in foods containing wheat and related grains) can cause varying degrees of illness and internal bodily damage, as well as significantly increase their susceptibility to gastrointestinal cancer. For families with one or more members who have food allergies, finding suitable dining options is difficult.
Jessica Stewart, a Louisville-area mom and blogger at Allergic to Airhas a son with several food allergies, including wheat. "I can't tell you how excited I was to learn about Uncle Maddio's,” said Stewart. “Going out for pizza as a family was always such a hassle because we had to bring our own food. Now we can all eat pizza together and feel safe knowing that he is getting a great pizza that’s gluten- and allergen-free. It makes my mama heart happy to know that we have Uncle Maddio's to add to our list of favorites!”
Uncle Maddio’s takes special precautions to ensure that their crust is safer for people with gluten allergies. In order to prevent cross-contamination, pizza makers at Uncle Maddio’s take special steps when preparing and serving gluten-free pizza, including: putting on new gloves; using separate pans and utensils; and pulling toppings from fresh bins (when asked). The Uncle Maddio’s restaurant design allows customers to watch their pizza being prepared directly in front of them. The transparent food prep process allows customers with food allergies to ensure their order is accurate and safe.
“Uncle Maddio’s is all about giving people choices,” said Founder and Chief Pizza Maker Matt Andrew, “and that means giving everyone a chance to eat pizza that not only tastes great, but is safe for them to eat.”
Anne Steib, blogger at Gluten-Free Musings, and a mother who has celiac disease, recently visited an Atlanta-area Uncle Maddio’s. "With their gluten-free options, I’m finally able to go out and eat pizza with my family,” she said. “Uncle Maddio’s gluten-free crust is thin, crispy and delicious. Plus, their toppings are fresh and most of them are gluten-free too!"
The Uncle Maddio’s gluten-free dough is made from a combination of rice, tapioca, and potato flours and is available in a nine-inch pizza and as a six-inch pizza in a combo and kid’s meals.
Uncle Maddio’s launched the fast casual pizza market with the opening of its first store in Atlanta, Georgia. By the end of 2012, there will be 20 restaurants open and 125 more in development throughout the Southeast. For pizza franchising information, contact Roger Wagerman at roger(at)unclemaddios(dot)com or visit http://www.unclemaddios.com.
About Uncle Maddio’s, the Next Generation Pizza Joint
Uncle Maddio’s pioneered the concept of fast casual pizza restaurants. With over 47 toppings, 3 crusts, 6 sauces, and 7 cheeses, including vegan and gluten-free pizza options, the possibilities for delicious and healthy pizzas are endless. You build it, we bake it. Plus, we have fresh salads made-to-order, toasted paninis, affordable, kid’s sized pizzas and the new Coca-Cola Freestyle machine. With 85 stores in development throughout the Southeast, Uncle Maddio’s is the leader in fast casual pizza. To own an Uncle Maddio’s pizza franchise in your neighborhood, email Roger Wagerman at roger(at)unclemaddios(dot)com or go to http://www.unclemaddios.com.
Gluten-free toppings at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza Joint include: all cheeses, all fresh vegetables, banana peppers, black bean corn salsa, black olives, green olives, mandarin oranges, pineapples, anchovies, bacon, angus steak, grilled chicken, grilled tofu, ground beef, jerk chicken, tomato basil sauce, pesto sauce, garlic infused oil, buffalo sauce, balsamic vinaigrette, raspberry vinaigrette, Greek dressing, blue cheese dressing, Caesar dressing, and yogurt ranch dressing.
Sherean Malekzadeh Allen
New Thought Marketing