Arby's

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Arby's

Geographic Area: Across the United States
Type of Cuisine: Fast Food, Sandwiches, Fries
Link to Website: http://www.arbys.com/
Link to Menu: http://www.arbys.com/menu/
Link to Ingredients: http://www.arbys.com/nutrition/printable_ingredients.pdf
Link to Allergen Information: http://www.arbys.com/nutrition/calculator.php?mid=1&type=allergens
Address: Various
City: Many
State: All
Nation: United States, Canada
Zip/Postal Code: Various
Phone Number: Various
Fax Number: Various

Description of Food Allergy Accommodations

Believe it or not, Arby's ®, famous for fast food, has published ingredients lists and allergen information on their website. The allergen page is fairly basic, listing only major allergens, but it may be just enough for you. The allergen page link is above. The complete list of ingredients is in two major parts: The first part lists which foods are in each food, for example, a hamburger has a bun, paddy, lettuce, etc. The lower section (you have to scroll way down) has the actual ingredients (flour, yeast, etc.). Check it out via the link above. It is 19 pages long, but you should be able to determine what you can eat at Arby's ®

General Description

Arby's is an established fast food chain. They serve cheap, heavily processed food. If you like processed roast beef and typical fast food you won't be disappointed. Their website has so much Flash technology that is loads really slowly and is a bit annoying.

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