The big question does In-N-Out have gluten-free options? Yes! At the time of this post, In-N-Out’s french fries are gluten-free! I contacted In-N-Out Burger’s customer service and was excited at their response. With locations across California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, Nevada, and Oregon, In-N-Out Burger is a cult classic. Just about anyone you ask has enjoyed a Double Double, fries, and a milk shake. So, what can those of us who are gluten-free enjoy?
In-N-Out Gluten-Free French Fries
In-N-Out’s french fries are gluten-free! Their customer service was extremely quick to respond:
In response to your question, our fryers are only used for our potatoes. Our oil and fries do not contain gluten. If needed, our posted allergen Information can be found on our website. If you have further questions, please call our toll-free Customer Service line at (800) 786-1000, and we would be happy to provide the information we have available.
*Note: Restaurants can change their food prep process at any time, so always confirm their fries are gluten-free before ordering.
Does In-N-Out Have a Gluten-Free Bun?
No. At the time of this post, In-N-Out does not offer a gluten-free hamburger bun. Here is the response from In-N-Out’s customer service:
Thank you for your e-mail. Our customers have made us the Company we are today, and we appreciate your comments. In response to your inquiry, we actually do not offer Gluten-Free buns at any of our locations. Although we have no immediate plans to change our menu, we are always looking for ways to enhance the quality of food and service we provide. With this goal in mind, we are happy to share your inquiry with our Management Team.
In-N-Out Burger’s Humble Beginnings
The first IN-N-OUT BURGER opens in 1948. Harry Snyder introduces California’s first drive-thru hamburger stand in a space barely 10 feet square at Francisquito and Garvey in Baldwin Park. Every day before dawn, Harry visits the meat and produce markets to pick out fresh ingredients, which he prepares by hand. Meanwhile, his wife Esther diligently takes care of all the accounting for the new restaurant at their home right around the corner. In-N-Out has certainly grown as they opened their 300th restaurant in 2015.
Now this East Coast girl needs to plan a trip out West asap! On the search for more gluten-free fast food options? Check out my post on gluten-free french fries here.