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    BIBOP Asian Grill Expanding Gluten-Free Offerings

  • Industry News February 11, 2020

    BIBOP Asian Grill is committed to providing customers with a healthy and delicious menu. Throughout 2019, BIBIBOP worked with vendors and providers to offer an expanded gluten-free menu for 2020 and beyond.

    The gluten-free diet is a necessity for the nearly three-million Americans living with celiac disease while many others have chosen to eat gluten-free as part of a healthier lifestyle. The FDA defines gluten-free foods as having less than 20 parts per million of gluten, a mixture of proteins that occur naturally in wheat, rye, and barley. A gluten-free diet may help with weight loss, improved gastrointestinal health, and increased energy levels.

    “Providing guests with food choices that focus on their health is an important part of well-being. Making sure that our ingredients and our preparation lives up to the gluten-free standard is a great way to take care of our guests,” said Brian Hipsher, Vice President of Marketing for BIBIBOP Asian Grill.

    BIBIBOP’s menu now includes the following gluten-free items:

    • BASES: Purple Rice, White Rice, Japchae Noodles, Supergreen Salad, Romaine Lettuce
    • WARM TOPPINGS: Bean Sprouts, Black Beans, Potatoes
    • PROTEINS: Antibiotic-Free Chicken, Antibiotic-Free Spicy Chicken, USDA Choice Steak, Organic Tofu
    • COLD TOPPINGS: Carrots, Cheese, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggs, Moochae, Sesame Kale, Red Cabbage, Romaine Lettuce
    • SAUCES: Yum Yum, Sesame Ginger, Cucumber Wasabi, Spicy Sriracha

    With customizable bowls, BIBIBOP customers can create their own gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan-friendly meals that align with their lifestyle.

    “We think that BIBIBOP customers will love the variety of gluten-free choices on our menu, and they’ll love getting a healthy, fresh meal at an affordable price,” says Brian Hipsher, Vice President of Marketing for BIBIBOP Asian Grill.

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