Pizza Hut

Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 12:28pm
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My 3 year old PA son has always enjoyed Pizza Hut Pizza and has never had any reactions until recently. The last two times we ate the pizza he developed hives on his cheeks and chin. I was wondering if any one else has experienced reactions with Pizza Hut. I have called their 800 number 2x in the last month and both times I was told that they have no nut products that could have contaminated the pizza as well as they haven't changed any ingredients either. I would love to hear from anyone positive or negative so that I can explore others reasons for his hives. thanks

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Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 12:51pm
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Hi Melissa. My pa son and our family have eaten at Pizza Hut too many times to even count. He has never had a reaction of any kind. That's the problem with this allergy--you just never know! Deanna

Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 1:11pm
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Before eating at that Pizza Hut again (or any for that matter), ask them not only is the pizza nut-free but what veg. oil spray do they use on the pizza pans. My husband took my p.a. child to a Pizza Hut once and asked that very question. Their answer was normally we don't but we have used peanut oil spray before. Yikes! Needless, to say, they didn't eat there and we are so, so careful about ordering pizza. We prefer Papa John's Pizza because they have an ingredient list, mailed it to us, and even called to follow-up to be sure that we received it. We do not eat at a restaurant that has peanut oil in their kitchen.

Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 1:43pm
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issa,
I'm not sure if your son is allergic to anything else other than peanuts but I know the one near us also has a salad bar. I know they have sesame seeds on the salad bar. Maybe someone that handeled those also worked with your pizza. Who knows?

Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 4:41pm
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I haven't been to pizza hut in a long time, and never with my PA daughter (not on purpose, it has just turned out that way).
Anyway, don't a lot of them have an ice cream sundae bar too? That could have peanuts as well.
deb

Posted on: Thu, 06/08/2000 - 11:11pm
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Thanks for your responses. I plan on calling the location this afternoon and asking about their sprays. This is a carry-out/delivery location only so they don't have salad/dessert bars. THANKS
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Posted on: Fri, 06/09/2000 - 9:58am
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fromthesouth-
Do you have the contact number for Papa John's? The local one says they do not know what is in their pizza that they get everything from a main place. We have never had their pizza.There is a new one near my daughter's school that gives "Deals" to the students for parties and such. I would love to be able to check it out.

Posted on: Fri, 06/09/2000 - 10:09am
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I believe I found the Papa John's Pizza contact info. on the internet by just doing a search using their name.

Posted on: Sat, 06/10/2000 - 12:12am
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Pizza Hut is our "home away from home"! We always eat or get take-out there with our PA daughter! We know the manager very well at our location and he is aware of her allergy and assures us there is no offending allergen. He said he would even "go the distance" and create a special pizza for anyone with allergies to anything. They also have a website with all ingredients of everything listed and we check that often. The website is:[url]http://www.pizzahut.com[/url].

Posted on: Sat, 06/10/2000 - 9:00am
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Any Pizza place that offer the famous "chicken Pesto" leaves room for cross contamination with other red sauce pizzas. Although each time I order I MAKE A HUGE deal about this, you still just never know....a pan, a knife, or the same oven could have pesto residue. And well....Pesto was my favorite reaction causer....PROM night with PESTO = emergency room.

Posted on: Mon, 06/12/2000 - 7:17am
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We just got back from a 3 day vacation. On
Saturday night we had Pizza Hut pizza
delivered to our hotel room. Our PA son, who
just turned 5, had some for the first time.
He ate almost a whole slice (had filled up
on snacks before!). No reaction at all.
Issa, if you called to ask about the spray,
what was their response?
Linda-Jo thanks for the website.
jdickson, does Pizza Hut have chicken pesto?
Tracy

Posted on: Mon, 06/12/2000 - 10:19am
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On vacation last week, we stopped at a Pizza Hut near Toledo Ohio and the manager we spoke with said all the pan pizzas have a spray which contains nuts put in the pan to keep the pizzas from sticking. She said all other pizzas were fine to order.

Posted on: Mon, 06/12/2000 - 11:32am
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WOW That is shocking information about Pan Pizza. That is the only kind we order. I did make the call to our pizza Hut and once again was told there are no peanut/nut containing sprays that they use. I think it might be time for a personal visit to read the labels! Thanks to everyone for your Pizza Hut adventures. I really hope we won't have to end our "Pizza Man" nights.
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Posted on: Tue, 06/13/2000 - 9:32am
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It could be that only this Pizza Hut uses the oil with the nuts in it. The Pizza Hut was on Route 2 in Maumee, Ohio near Toledo. The manager was very sure about the nuts being in the spray. Perhaps other Pizza Huts have other methods of preparing the pan pizzas???

Posted on: Mon, 11/26/2001 - 3:43am
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Here is the contact info for Pizza Hut: [url="http://www.pizzahut.com"]www.pizzahut.com[/url]
or call them at (800) 948-8488
I plan to contact them ASAP, and will post their response. Anyone speak with Pizza Hut recently?

Posted on: Mon, 11/26/2001 - 10:43am
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I had to speak with Pizza Hut in our new city because that's where the pizza for my PA son's Pizza Day comes from. They're totally safe. However, this information is Canadian specific.
Another thing that I did want to note that I have noted in previous threads re vegetable oils in particular. This all stems from me trying to buy a large bottle of 100% canola oil last year. It read 100% canola oil on the front label. However, when I read the ingredient label, damned if it didn't say "may contain traces of peanuts". [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/mad.gif[/img]
What I did last year when I had to check an independent pizza place re their pizza for the school was have them double check that their vegetable oil did NOT read "may contain" on it.
Also, I don't want to frighten anyone. This was not a "name brand" canola oil I was looking at purchasing. It wasn't store brand either, but it certainly wasn't Becel.
I just found it interesting that on something labeled 100% Canola Oil, it actually had the warning on the ingredient list, which would make me beg to differ that it was 100% Canola Oil as labeled on the front! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img]
Also, after re-reading about your son's reaction, I'm wondering if he has sensitive skin and this could have been triggered by the tomato/pizza sauce. Last year, I did ask the question, which I thought was very stupid at the time, but I did receive wonderful answers about tomato sauce. My guy (I'm still trying to call him my little guy - he turns 6 in a week) always goes red around the mouth if he has a lot of tomato sauce on his face. I did find out that this is quite common for people that aren't allergic at all but simply have sensitive skin.
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Wed, 05/23/2001 - 8:10am
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I too had wondered about Pizza Hut, we used to go there sometimes, you know, before PA diagnosis. When I called to ask them if it was safe, I got the delivery number. When I asked to have the phone number for the restaurant to speak with the manager, I was told that they weren't allowed to give that info. Even after I explained to them why, they still wouldn't give it to me. She then told me that they don't use peanut products in the kitchen. She said it was safe. But, they have the ice cream out in the dining area, with the toppings in the open, including the peanuts! Too risky for me.
I personally don't go there anymore because of the peanuts being in the dining area and I don't appreciate that they wouldn't allow me to speak to the manager at the restaurant.

Posted on: Wed, 05/23/2001 - 11:36am
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Pizza Hut in Canada won an award in the "Family Restaurant" category, from The Anaphylaxis Network of Canada. Here is an exerpt from the ANC web site:
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The Family Restaurants Award was presented to Pizza Hut Canada. Pizza Hut Canada has instituted a "no peanut" policy in response to their customers needs. In 2000, they launched the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice Association's Allergy Aware program in all of their 340 dine-in and delivery Pizza Hut restaurants. They keep a quick reference allergen ingredient summary chart that lists all of the Priority Allergens for 98% of all their products and is available upon request. All managers are trained in identifying the high-risk allergens, reducing the risks of cross contamination, and communicating information to their staff. The Call Centre follows the allergen chart and ingredient information in order to respond appropriately to their customer's allergen inquiries. Pizza Hut has strived to be a safe place for the anaphylactic individual to eat.
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Sorry I can't help with the status of the U.S. Pizza Huts.

Posted on: Wed, 05/23/2001 - 11:01pm
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I am PA and have eaten Pizza Hut all my life. I have never had a problem with any of their products (pizza, bread sticks, sauce, etc.) at any location.
However, all the locations I have ever eaten at did not have an ice cream parlor in it, so there might be a situation where cross-contamination can occur in the one that you have visited, but as for Pizza Hut, they have been safe for me.
Hope that this helps,
Melanie

Posted on: Thu, 05/24/2001 - 12:57pm
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A few years ago we called the Pizza Hut headquarters, checked all ingredients, then called our local manager, then checked again when we got there. It took weeks to get it all straight, but now we do eat there. I have a very limited comfort zone, and Pizza Hut and Olive Garden are one of the VERY few places we will let our PA child eat. We always get the same things, and NEVER dessert. She has eaten veggie-lovers and supreme pan pizzas, pepperoni pizza and garlic bread w/cheese.

Posted on: Fri, 05/25/2001 - 12:25am
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We frequent Pizza Hut alot. We happen to know the manager at the one in our area, so he knows our situation. He will accomodate any one's food allergy and make them a pizza just for them! They also have a website and I think the ingredients are listed ([url]http://www.pizzahut.com[/url]). When we travel, it's the one place we look for! I do check with each location, especially when we travel to Florida, as the south tends to use more peanut oils than here up North. As a matter of fact, we went to a Pizza Hut near Disney in Florida, and the manager there had a peanut allergy so he was very aware!
The only thing we don't allow her to eat is their dessert pizza. IT DOES have ground nuts in the topping. Also, at the salad bar, she stays away from the croutons and those seeds (I think they're sunflower). Otherwise, we love their pizza and breadstix. My daughter's favorite are the cinnamon sprinkled breadstix. She has also had their pasta.
I would check every time you go though and not just take my word for it, as every location can be different.

Posted on: Mon, 05/28/2001 - 9:57am
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Last time I checked, our Pizza Hut used soy cheese. Soy allergies beware!

Posted on: Sun, 09/16/2001 - 9:18am
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I reviewed Pizza Huts web site and was unable to find nuts as an ingredient for the dessert pizza. My son who has a confirmed peanut allergy has eaten it on a number of occassions with no difficulty whatsoever. The same goes for the sundae bar. We have only ever eaten in Canadian Pizza Huts so this may be the reason.

Posted on: Wed, 10/17/2001 - 11:25pm
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hello,
went to a pizza hut here in the uk with was told that nut traces were in every thing and they couldnt promise that their food was safe. what a total cop out!!!!
So ran to Macdonalds , william sat eating that straight out of the box and we had a pizza!!! and we refused a plate that they offered for william !
so yet again is the golden arches for us !!!
williamsmummy

Posted on: Wed, 10/17/2001 - 11:56pm
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We've been getting pizza only from the "Take-out-only" Pizza Huts (whatever they are called). I've not seen one of these yet with dessert pizzas available. Has anyone found that some of these Pizza Huts have dessert pizza too?
EB
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Posted on: Thu, 10/18/2001 - 12:03pm
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We just had Pizza Hut pizza tonight and my pa 17mo. old ate quite a bit. There ingredients are listed on their website pizzahut.com I love when companies list ingredients -- I don't trust anyone else to read the label.

Posted on: Tue, 11/27/2001 - 2:06am
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[url="http://www.pizzahut.com"]www.pizzahut.com[/url] or (800) 948-8488
I spoke with a customer service rep. yesterday that informed me they only use soybean oil. They do not use any nut products. However, she was very short with me and their customer service skills need some help! I plan to contact them again to double check before I purchase their foods!!

Posted on: Mon, 02/18/2002 - 2:17pm
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does anybody know when they list lecithin in the flavouring oil what it is derived from, also what is flavouring oil used in?

Posted on: Tue, 02/19/2002 - 12:36am
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Pizza Hut in Kissimee, Fl. (where many rental condo's for Disney vacation are located) very allergy aware on peanut allergy. May even be same one cited as above!
Local Pizza Hut here near my home clueless, but Mountain Mike franchise aware and has no peanuts, even toured kitchen.
No fancy shmancy "yuppie" pizza with chicken/peanut/thai or pesto/almond/cashew/chicken like a local "gourmet" pizza place. It has quite good pizza, but can't take the kids there as they are allergy hopeless.

Posted on: Tue, 02/19/2002 - 1:24pm
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Our son has a very severe peanut allergy and Pizza Hut is on our short list of safe resturants we frequent. They have a standard menu, are aware of food allergies and are totally peanut-free. In fact the manager of distribution for Pizza Hut International has a peanut allergy! However, each time I place an order I still ask local management if they have substituted any ingredients at the last minute and ensure no one is eating anything in the kitchen! Just to be on the safe side [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img].

Posted on: Sat, 09/07/2002 - 1:25am
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SF:
I can tell you that my PN/TNA son eats Pizza Hut weekly with no reactions/problems. He has eaten their pan and thin crust pizzas as well as their regular breadsticks with sauce.
I worked at Pizza Hut in college and saw many PA children eat the pizza without problems. Also, the pan and hand crust pizza dough come in frozen "discs" and the thin crust is made daily in the stores. The workers that make this crust are not always the cleanliest (smoking/eating and what not while the dough is mixing) people so I don't feel the safest with that particular crust. None of the other crusts are made like that. The cheese for the stuffed crust is added by the staff though.
HTH:
Jaime

Posted on: Mon, 10/07/2002 - 1:11pm
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We order Pizza Hut Pizza at least once a month and my PA son has NEVER had a problem with their pizza.
We always order the *Thin & Crispy* crust so I wish I had seen this thread before! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/eek.gif[/img] We just ordered last night as a matter of fact.
I think I'll start ordering the hand tossed pizza. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Tue, 10/08/2002 - 11:37pm
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I have spoken with local franchises of Pizza Hut in both Stayner and Belleville and I have been told that they are both PA safe. Our family orders pizza from Pizza Hut once a month (Triple Crown and Vegetarian) and Jesse has been eating Pizza Hut individual pizzas on Pizza Day at school. This is his fourth year doing so (except for a little blip in Stayner when they changed to a local pizzeria). We have never had any problems with them whatsoever. This last month even, he ate both their garlic bread and breadsticks provided with our pizza (at home) and no problem there either. I feel really comfortable with Pizza Hut.
This information is Canadian specific.
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Sat, 10/19/2002 - 8:23am
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Hi. My daughter has eaten at Pizza Hut several times without any problems, but we moved to a new area last year. The waitress told me there were no nuts, but the manager was standing nearby, so I double-checked with him. He said the spray they used in the pans for pan pizza does NOT list any specific oil on the label, so he recommended that she not eat the personal pan pizza we had just ordered for her. In fact, they made an extra medium hand-tossed pizza and didn't charge us. Since then I asked at another Pizza Hut & was told the same thing. So now we avoid the pan pizza, just in case.
Carrie

Posted on: Mon, 10/21/2002 - 8:01pm
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UGH-that stinks! My PA/TNA dd is earning coupons for free personal pan pizzas by reading books. I guess I should call pizza hut. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img]
Gale

Posted on: Mon, 10/21/2002 - 10:20pm
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Gale,
Just wanted to let you know that my son has eaten at Pizza Hut uncountable times with no problems. Not saying you shouldn't check, of course, just don't rule it out until you find out for sure. My son (PA/TNA) is doing the "Book It" thing, too!

Posted on: Tue, 10/22/2002 - 12:11am
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I guess it will have to be a comfort thing. I will still let my son eat it though because he has eaten them (personal pans) so many times without any problems.
I know that I read the oil containers SEVERAL times when I was a waitress there and there were no nut oils of any kind. Of course that has not been recently.
Jaime =)
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Posted on: Tue, 10/22/2002 - 12:19am
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I have eaten Pizza Hut pizza many times since I was a kid, and have never had a problem. I would consider it safe and would not hesitate to eat it again.

Posted on: Sun, 01/26/2003 - 12:21pm
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We also have eaten at Pizza Hut with no reactions but we "always" ask to see the spray used on the pans. One Pizza Hut had told us at one time they had used peanut oil spray because they ran out of the regular spray! Just a reminder...to always check.

Posted on: Tue, 02/04/2003 - 7:46pm
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Pizza Hut Australia (and the other pizza chains) here have special menu items every now and then. One of the specials is often 'chicken satay' pizza.
So, we don't go out for pizza...
I guess its just as well I make can mean one here!
Geoff (Helen's hubby)

Posted on: Sun, 03/16/2003 - 6:22am
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Pizza Hut is safe. They have cinnamon rolls for dessert which is also safe!! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img] My son's hockey team has been going there for 3 yrs now. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Mon, 03/17/2003 - 8:32am
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Hi Sandy,
Yes, my comfort zone allows me to eat Pizza Hut Canada too, as I ate there all my life and had no problems.
I did ask about their dessert pizzas when they were introduced a few years ago, and was told they were safe too for PA individuals.

Posted on: Tue, 04/08/2003 - 12:16am
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I wish my Pizza Hut experience was as uneventful as all of yours. After receiving assurances from the manager that all products and oils were nut free, we dug into their lunch buffet. Two bites into a slice of cheese pan pizza, my son started coughing and itching. He broke out into hives over his entire body and his mouth swelled. I quickily gave him a dose of benadryl and washed his hands and face. He didn't get any worse- but I have since lost my appetite for their pizza. That is the only time since his diagnosis that we have EVER had such a scare.

Posted on: Tue, 04/08/2003 - 1:23am
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That is weird. Maybe one of the employees was eating a nut product and then touched the pizza? Who knows. I am sorry your child had a reaction. I feel very comfortable letting my son eat the pizza and breadsticks from Pizza Hut.
Jaime

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I have also eaten at Pizza Hut since I was a kid and never had any problems, and was told they do not use any peanut products. I am in Canada.

Posted on: Tue, 04/08/2003 - 12:21pm
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We have eaten many times at Pizza Hut without incident.
Any chance your son is allergic to something else?

Posted on: Sun, 04/13/2003 - 8:42am
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My sil is a manager for a pizza hut and I asked her about the spray that they use on the pans, she called me and said the ingredients are soybean oil, and lethicin, my dd is allergic to eggs as well but hasn't had a problem, doesn't lethicin mean egg????
Tamie

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Hi Tamie..
Lecithin can come from various sources. I have noticed it is usually from soy, but not always.

Posted on: Wed, 04/16/2003 - 1:38am
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i used to work at pizza hut and if your child has free personal pan coupons and you are not comfortable with the pan spray, they do make a personal thin crust. they should be able to substitute it in our situations.
one thing, not pn related, but shellfish related. my son is shellfish allergic so we will not be eating at pizza hut because here in louisianan they offer shrimp as a topping. they come in bags with juice and they are poured into containers right next to other topping containers. soemtimes the juices drip into the other containers and i was never told to wash my hands after using the shrimp. i think i'll call them and ask them to change that.
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Posted on: Wed, 04/16/2003 - 2:11am
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We've eaten at Pizza Hut so often over the last 8 or 9 years that the thought of it now makes me nauseous. My DD has never had a problem and she loves it, so reluctantly, I still take her there.
My DD eats their pizza, no problem (also no anchovies). She's also had their spaghetti, pasta primavera, garlic bread,caesar and greek salads.
Erik, do you know what is in the dessert pizza? I think they're tasty, but I've never let my DD try it.
Thanks!

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Hi McKenzie's Mom,
I have eaten Pizza Hut since I was a kid, and I have never had any problems at all.
I asked at the Pizza Hut about the dessert pizza, and they told me it is peanut-free. There are two varieties - cherry and apple. I thought it was quite good (I have eaten it many times).
I would ask again anyway before your daughter ate it (just in case they changed the recipe recently... you never know), but they told me it is peanut-free and I have eaten it many times so I consider it safe.
I have always found Pizza Hut to be safe. Although I have never used the ice cream bar as I rarely eat ice cream (due to 'may contain' warnings) so that is the only place I think might be unsafe.

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It may never be safe to begin feeding peanut butter to your baby or toddler if you have peanut allergies in your family. If either parent or one...

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What is a peanut allergy? It is a reaction that occurs in the body after eating peanuts or peanut...

For those with severe food allergies, flying can be a stressful process. Here are...

Approximately one out of 13 children under age 18 are allergic to at least one food, though many of them will outgrow their allergy by the age of...

Fact 1: Over a third of food allergy reactions happen after the first known oral...

The reason why some people are affected by allergies while others are not begins in their genes. Allergies are passed down from generation to...

Here’s a tip that might someday save your life, or that of a loved one: two to four times a year, review the proper way to use your epinephrine...

Lactose intolerance is the inability to process lactose, a sugar found in milk, caused by the lack of a needed enzyme. Those with lactose...

Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA)

An important part of peanut allergy awareness was enacted on January 1, 2006...

Tomato allergies are very rare. They are a "type 1 allergy," which means a contact allergy. When a person with this type of allergy touches a...

Milk allergies are becoming more common, especially in babies and small children. There is some confusion about what is an allergic reaction and...

Recognizing food allergy in babies or toddlers is not always easy, but there are specific risk factors and signs that parents and other caregivers...

Burlap bags are often used to store and ship coffee beans, potatoes, rice, seeds, nuts, and peanuts. They can be one of the disguised...

People with pollen allergies need to stay away from some foods. If you have allergic rhinitis in the spring or fall, you may not realize that you...

Of course, everyone knows that if you have a peanut allergy that you should avoid peanuts, peanut butter, peanut butter cookies and foods that...

Eating at a nut-free lunch table in school is a safety precaution that causes some students to feel isolated from their peers. Unfortunately,...