Burger King Gluten Free Menu 2021 – Who loves to eat Burgers? American! Yes! We do! Who doesn’t? Burgers might be part of your daily meal. No wonder if it is. But you might want to eat it today. But burgers are equal to gluten Now what? Look for the gluten-free option Burger King has for you. Burger King is one of the biggest food restaurant chains all around the world. They have a good option that you can have fun eating.
Burger King Gluten Free Menu 2021
Burger King has a list of meals that you can eat without thinking about gluten problems. Have a look at what you got to eat today in Burger King gluten-free menu.
Burger King Gluten-Free Burgers (No Bun)
Burgers listed here are without the bun.
- TENDERGRILL® Chicken
- WHOPPER JR.®
Burger King Gluten-Free Dressings, Sauces & Condiments
- Avocado Ranch Dressing
- Grape Jam
- Strawberry Jam
- Apple Cider Vinaigrette
- Lite Honey Balsamic
- Chocolate Fudge Sauce
- Tartar Sauce
Burger King Gluten-Free Beverages
- Diet Coke®
- Dr. Pepper®
- NESTLE PURE LIFE® Purified Drinking Water
- Seattle’s Best Coffee® (including iced coffees)
- Tropical Mango Smoothie
- Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Coca-Cola® Classic
- Minute Maid® 100% Apple and Orange Juice
- Mocha Frappe
- Caramel Frappe
- Fat-Free Milk
- 1% Low- Fat Chocolate Milk
- Barq’s® Root Beer
- Coca-Cola® Classic ICEE®
Burger King Gluten-Free Sides
- BK® Fresh Apple Slices
- French Fries (Maybe fried with foods containing gluten)
- Garden Fresh Salad with Apple and Cranberry with TENDERGRILL® Chicken
Burger King Gluten-Free Desserts
- Chocolate Fudge Sundae
- Strawberry Sundae
- Caramel Sundae
- Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry Shakes
- Soft Serve in a Cup
About Burger King
Burger King is an American multinational hamburger fast-food restaurant chain. The headquarters of Burger King is located in the unincorporated area of Miami-Dade County, Florida. The company was founded in 1953 as Insta-Burger King, a restaurant chain based in Jacksonville, Florida.
After Insta-Burger King ran into financial difficulties, its two Miami-based franchisees David Edgerton and James McLamore purchased the company and renamed it as “Burger King”. Over the next half-century, the company changed its four-set of owners.
In late 2010, 3G Capital of Brazil acquired major stakes in the company, in a deal valued at US$3.26 billion.
History of Burger King
After the company was faltered in 1987, it was sold to Miami, Florida, franchisees, James McLamore and David R. Edgerton. They ran company for 8 years. After the company was sold to the Pillsbury Company in 1967.
In 1978 Burger King hired McDonald’s executive Donald N. Smith to help revamp the company. Smith restructured corporate business practices at all levels of the company. He left Burger King in 1980 for PepsiCo.
Norman E. Brinker started an advertisements campaign of Burger king against its major competitors. Brinker left Burger King in 1984, to take over Dallas-based gourmet burger chain Chili’s.
Pillsbury was acquired by the British entertainment conglomerate Grand Metropolitan in 1989. Grand Metropolitan tried to bring back the profitability of the company under newly created CEO Barry Gibbons. Changes CEO initiated during his 2 years tenure had mixed results. New products were introduced and tie with The Walt Disney Company but the image of the company and ineffective advertisements were big problems. As a result, Barry Gibbons sold several assets of the company and laid off many of its staff members.
After Gibbons, many of the other CEOs tried to repair the image of the company. In 2002, it was purchased from Diageo by a group of investment firms led by TPG Capital for US$1.5 billion. The changes brought by TPG, successfully revitalized the company but the financial crisis of 2007–2010 weakened the company.
TPG and its partners uncover their interest in the chain in a US$3.26 billion sale to 3G Capital of Brazil. 3G announced that it planned to acquire the Canadian restaurant and coffee shop chain Tim Hortons and merge it with Burger King. The two chains will continue their operations separately.