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Pizza Pizza testing new pasta


January 4, 2010
By Canadian Pizza

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Pizza Pizza testing new pasta
Using ‘al forno,’ or ‘from the oven,’ style cooking, Pizza Pizza is testing family-sized delivery pasta at over 20 restaurants in the Mississauga area.

Jan. 4, 2010, Toronto – Using ‘al forno,’ or ‘from the oven,’ style
cooking, Pizza Pizza is testing family-sized delivery pasta at over 20
restaurants in the Mississauga area.

Once preliminary consumer feedback has been addressed Pizza Pizza will start serving pasta, chain wide, early this year.

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The three new pasta dishes include ‘totelloni’ alfredo, tortellini’s jumbo cousin, filled with a blend of mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan and romano cheese and baked in a creamy alfredo sauce; penne bolognese baked in a rich meat sauce made from vine-ripened tomatoes; and macaroni and cheese baked in a creamy blend of aged cheddar, romano and parmesan cheeses.

“Pizza and pasta go hand-in-hand,” said Pat Finelli, chief marketing officer at Pizza Pizza. “The addition of pasta cooked al forno along side our pizzas in our stone baked ovens is a tasty next step that will add variety to a family’s order.”

Mississauga residents are encouraged to provide their pasta feedback in store, through the corporate website and on Pizza Pizza’s Facebook and Twitter pages.


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