Updated 2017! Whataburger is a fast food hamburger chain that can be found throughout the Southeastern and Southwestern United States. They have a traditional indulgent menu with several dairy-free burger, sandwich, and French fry options.
No Dairy (Milk-Based) Ingredients (see disclaimer below)
- Burgers – Whataburger, Double Meat Whataburger, Triple Meat Whataburger, Double Meat Whataburger Jr., Whataburger Jr., Justaburger
- Chicken – Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Fajita Taco
- Breakfast – Hash Brown Sticks (see Allergen Note below)
- Sides – French Fries (see Allergen Note below), Apple Slices
- Desserts – Fruit Chews
Other Allergen Notes: Fried items, like the French Fries and Hashbrowns, are cooked in a shared fryer, where cross-contamination with dairy and other allergens may occur. Basic burger add-ons like avocado, bacon, and jalapeno do appear to be dairy free, but some of the specialty burgers have additional items containing dairy. You might be able to add on one of these toppings to a Whataburger or Justaburger. Beyond dairy, wheat, soy, and egg are commonly used in their recipes, and they do have a deep-fried fish sandwich. We didn’t note any nut- or peanut-containing items, but confirm with the company on potential cross-contamination issues, if needed.
More Details from Whataburger
Allergen Disclaimer: We didn’t note a special disclaimer from the company, but as with all restaurants, cross-contamination of allergens is a possibility. Check at the restaurant on ingredients and preparation if concerned.
Restaurant Website: whataburger.com
Allergen Information: whataburger.com/food/nutrition
*The above information was supplied by the corresponding restaurant via their website, customer service, or other published nutritional information. Ingredients and menu offerings are constantly changing in the food service industry, and can be subject to interpretation. For this reason, Go Dairy Free does not guarantee nor take responsibility for the accuracy of this information. If severe allergies or intolerances are a concern, contact the restaurant directly before purchasing or consuming one of their products. Cross-contamination of potential food allergens should always be considered a possibility in a fast food restaurant.
Last Updated: November 24, 2017