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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
[This message has been edited by ajas_folks (edited October 18, 2001).]

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

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