One of my family’s favorite places to eat lunch is Jason’s Deli. With an assortment of delicious sandwiches, hot soup and an ever-fresh salad bar, it’s the perfect way to satisfy each of my children. (And the free ice cream doesn’t hurt!)
Recently, Jason’s Deli added gluten-free options to the menu, including new chicken nuggets (aka J.D.Nuggetz)! These nuggets, produced exclusively for Jason’s Deli from Purdue Farms, are antibiotic and hormone free, and made from breast and rib meat. The breading used to make the nuggets is made with corn meal and salt instead of flour, and you really can’t tell there’s a difference from “regular” chicken nuggets! These J.D. Nuggetz make the perfect addition to the Jason’s Deli gluten-free menu, which includes soups, salads, and sandwiches made with gluten-free bread. I love the fact that you can go onto the Jason’s Deli website to check out the entire gluten-free menu.
Jason’s Deli loves fresh food and premium, more natural ingredients. We were the first major restaurant concept to ban artificial trans fats in the U.S. and also the first to eliminate high fructose corn syrup.
What’s left? Exciting flavors, true freshness and real taste so you know that you’re getting nutrient filled goodness for your money. Come try our salad bar that’s enhanced with organic choices or taste the world’s best Reuben!
Giveaway: Three lucky The Frugal Mom readers will each win a $10 gift card to visit Jason’s Deli! To enter, leave a comment telling me your favorite salad topping! Winner will be chosen on 10/28/14.