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A L L ER G EN I N F O R M AT I O N
BURGERFI Allergen Information Guide is for individuals with
food allergies and lists each menu item as it relates to the
FDA’s top eight allergens: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish,
tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soybeans. Note that we prepare
our foods following procedures to prevent allergen crosscontact, but our products containing wheat, egg, soy and
dairy are made in the same kitchen. If you have an allergy,
we recommend that you consult with your physician prior to
making a decision about whether or not to eat any BURGERFI
product. Please notify the store manager if you have a food
allergy.
The accompanying list is compiled based on product
information provided by BURGERFI-approved food
manufacturers. Every effort is made to keep this information
current; however, it is possible that ingredient changes and
substitutions may occur before this list is updated. This chart
does not include regional or special promotional items, as
ingredients vary. Individual food items may come in contact
with one another during food preparation, and is not reflected
on this chart.
Lettuce
Tomatoes (Slice)
MEAT
The meat we use is the highest form of all-natural. It has
never (ever) been administered growth hormones, steroids,
or antibiotics, its vegetarian fed, humanely raised and 100%
genetically-certified Black Angus. The only thing in our meat is
meat, kosher salt and fresh-ground black pepper.
Pickles
Jalapeño Peppers
Sport Peppers (2 Each)
Diced Onions
PEANUT OIL
BURGERFI uses 100% refined peanut oil for all of our handcut fries. According to the FDA, highly-refined oils, such as
soybean and peanut oil, are not considered allergenic, and
therefore are not labeled as such.
Grilled Diced Onions
Sauerkraut
Neon Relish
Grilled Mushrooms
Onion Ring
GLUTEN OPTIONS
The potato rolls we use have two of the top 8 food allergens
wheat and milk. We also manufacture all our products in the
same plant and production lines as products with sesame seeds.
Most people wanting to avoid gluten can eat anything we serve
except for our buns (burger and hot dog). We are proud to
offer our food “green style,” which is any menu item wrapped in
iceberg lettuce.
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Hickory Bacon
Fried Egg
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BURGERFI Chili
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Salt + Vinegar Chips
Alternative Style
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BURGERFI Sauce
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Hellmans Mayonnaise
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Garlic Aioli
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If you are highly sensitive and would like us to change our
gloves, when we prepare your food, we would be happy to do
that at your request. Additionally, because our folks work with
hamburger buns all day long, there may be the possibility of
cross-contact in our restaurants. We encourage you to carefully
consider your dining choices.
Dijon Mustard
VEGETARIAN OPTIONS
A veggie burger doesn’t have to be bland. The veggie burger
has become flavorful and delicious--and not just for vegetarians
anymore. BURGERFI has created a vegetarian quinoa burger
with amazing fresh ingredients: lentils, raw vegetables,
caramelized onions and fresh herbs, just to name a few. Please
note this quinoa burger does contain dairy and gluten products.
Mustard
Ketchup
A-1 Steak Sauce
Hot Sauce
BBQ Sauce
Cheese Sauce
FAQ
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Hashbrown
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DOGS
Kobe Style Beef Dog
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Chicken Apple Dog
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Vienna Beef Dog
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New York Style
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Texas Style
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Chicago Style
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Green Style
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BUNS
Martins Hamburger Buns
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Martins Hod Dog Buns
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Wheat Bun
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Poppy Seed Bun
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SIDES
Fries - Regular
Fries - Large
Fries - Bucket
Onion Rings - Regular
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Onion Rings - Large
Cry + Fry
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FRY TOPPINGS
Parmesan + Herb
What Is the difference between a food allergy and an intolerance?
Unlike a food intolerance, food allergies involve the immune
system and can be life-threatening. With a food allergy,
your immune system makes too much of an antibody called
immunoglobulin E (IgE). IgE antibodies fight the “threatening”
food allergens by releasing histamine and other chemicals. This
chemical release causes the symptoms of an allergic reaction.
A food intolerance is when your body has trouble digesting a
food. It can make you feel badly, usually with an upset stomach
or gassiness, but it is not life-threatening. The most common
intolerance is to lactose, which is a natural sugar found in milk.
Are allergic reactions serious?
Yes. Allergic reactions can range from mild to very serious. The
most dangerous reaction is called anaphylaxis (pronounced
an-uh-fil-LAX-is). Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that
happens quickly and may cause death. Anaphylaxis can affect
several areas of the body. It can make it hard to breathe and
make it hard for your body to circulate blood. The first-line
treatment for anaphylaxis is a medicine called epinephrine.
Carefully avoiding problem foods is the only way to prevent
allergic reactions.
Not all reactions are the same.
You can still have a life-threatening reaction to your problem
food, even if you have never had a serious reaction before. Past
reactions do not predict future reactions!
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BURGERFI Chili + Cheese
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Cheese Sauce
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BURGERFI Chili
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Cajun Seasoning
Salt + Vinegar
Alternative Style
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Urban Style
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FROZEN CUSTARD
Red Velvet Shake
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Chocolate Shake
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Vanilla Shake
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Black + White Shake
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Strawberry Shake
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Banana Shake
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Peanut Butter Shake
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Coffee Mocha Shake
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Add Malt to Shake
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Red Velvet Concrete
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Key Lime Concrete
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O.M.C. Concrete
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Vanilla Sundae - Junior
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Vanilla Sundae - Regular
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Vanilla Sundae - Large
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Chocolate Sundae - Junior
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Chocolate Sundae - Regular
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Chocolate Sundae - Large
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Coke Float
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Root Beer Float
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Purple Cow
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Orange Cow
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Hot Fudge
Caramel Sauce
Chocolate Syrup
Vanilla Syrup
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Bananas
Cherries
Strawberries
Colored Sprinkles
M&M’s®
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Reeses Pieces®
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Why don’t we use the term cross-contamination?
Cross-contamination usually refers to bacteria or viruses that
get on food and make it unsafe to eat. In cross contamination,
cooking the food will lower the chance of a person getting sick.
This is not the same with food allergies and cross-contact.
Cooking does not remove an allergen from a food! The only
way to stop you from having a reaction is to avoid the food and
carefully clean anything that came in contact with it using soap
and water.
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT GUESTS WITH FOOD
ALLERGIES OR SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS CONTACT A
RESTAURANT MANAGER PRIOR TO PLACING AN ORDER TO
ENSURE THE POSTED INFORMATION IS ACCURATE AND
REPRESENTS THE MENU ITEMS SOLD AT THE PARTICULAR
LOCATION.
PC = Possible Contact
CUSTARD TOPPINGS
Peanut Butter
What is cross-contact?
Cross-contact happens when one food comes into contact with
another food and their proteins mix. As a result, each food then
contains small amounts of the other food. These amounts can
be so small that they often can’t be seen. Even this tiny amount
of food protein has caused reactions in people with food
allergies! The term “cross-contact” is fairly new. Some people
may call this “cross-contamination.”
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT DURING NORMAL KITCHEN
OPERATIONS INVOLVING SHARED COOKING AND
PREPARATION AREAS, INCLUDING COMMON FRYER
OIL, THE POSSIBILITY EXISTS FOR FOOD ITEMS TO COME
INTO CONTACT WITH OTHER FOOD PRODUCTS. DUE TO
THESE CIRCUMSTANCES, WE ARE UNABLE TO GUARANTEE
THAT ANY MENU ITEM CAN BE COMPLETELY FREE OF
ALLERGENS.
CONCRETES
Whipped Cream
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What Is a food allergy?
A food allergy is when your body’s immune system reacts to
a food protein because it has mistaken that food protein as a
threat. The food you are allergic to is called a “food allergen.”
The response your body has to the food is called an “allergic
reaction. People can be allergic to any food, but eight foods
cause most food allergy reactions in the U.S. They are: milk,
egg, peanuts, tree nuts (such as walnuts or pecans), wheat, soy,
fish, and shellfish (such as lobster, shrimp or crab).
Gummies
Oreo® Cookies
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Brownie Chunks
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Red Velvet Cake
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Key Lime Pie
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