Feel Good Foods launches new pizza product

 Feel Good Foods launches new pizza product


ITALIA — Feel Good Foods has unveiled plans to enter the pizza category with the launch of a new Detroit-style Square Pan Pizza. The new gluten-free Detroit-style frozen pizza comes in a baking tray and is available in three varieties: Margherita, Truffle Mushroom and Four Cheese.
Feel Good Foods said the pizza is different from other gluten-free frozen pizzas on the market in that it features a thick crust and square shape, which compares with the round shape and thin crust of other gluten-free frozen pizzas.
Pizza was one of the meals I missed most when I was diagnosed with celiac, and I couldn’t be more excited to introduce our gluten-free version of my favorite Detroit-style pizza to consumers,” said Vanessa Phillips, co-founder and chief executive officer of Feel Good Foods. “As a brand, I feel our debut in the pizza category brings such added depth to our product offerings and opens so many doors and possibilities. It has and always will be a mission of mine to make favorite gluten-free comfort foods available in as many categories as possible so those on restricted diets can still indulge.”
The frozen pizza is available for approximately $10 at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide.

In addition to frozen pizza, Feel Good Foods’ portfolio includes snack bites, egg rolls, potstickers, mac and cheese bites, mozzarella sticks, empanadas, mini pierogies and breakfast pockets.
Little Caesars has joined forces with Maple Leaf Foods, Inc. to launch a new pizza topped with plant-based pepperoni.
The Planteroni Pizza features Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni, made with wheat gluten, potato protein, pea protein and fava bean protein and seasoned with fennel, cracked black pepper, garlic and paprika. Field Roast, a brand of Maple Leaf subsidiary Greenleaf Foods SPC, first debuted its plant-based pepperoni earlier this year.
This is a huge moment for pizza lovers because for the first time, they have access to a zesty, bold, plant-based pepperoni made with pea protein that absolutely delivers on taste,” said Dan Curtin, president of Greenleaf Foods. “We believe every occasion deserves bold, inspired flavors — we’re excited to work with Little Caesars to deliver on that promise.”
The new pizza is available at Little Caesars locations in the cities and suburbs of Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, San Francisco, Portland and Detroit. Customers may order a regular Planteroni Pizza for $8.49, a Slices-N-Sticks product consisting of half Planteroni Pizza and half breadsticks for $8, or add Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni as a topping on any custom pizza.
“Planteroni delivers a plant-based version of the delicious flavor of America’s most popular pizza topping, and you need to taste it to believe it,” said Jeff Klein, chief marketing officer for Little Caesars. “This product is really going to surprise and delight our customers.”


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