Olive Garden

Posted on: Fri, 06/13/2008 - 5:15am
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I have always been told this was a pretty safe place to eat if you have a peanut or treenut allergy. Even the managers have told me so. Since I regularly double check restaurants, I called the corporate number and they said that they do not use peanut oil, but the suppliers might and that some of the food could contain trace amounts of peanuts/treenuts. I then called a local restaurant and spoke to the culinary manager and he said that some of the dishes might and some of the desserts definitely do.

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