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July 6, 2015, Minneapolis, MN – In the U.S. Midwest, particularly along the Mississippi River in Minnesota and Wisconsin, small family-run farms are turning their crops into pizzas. CNN reports. | READ MORE
June 22, 2015, Washington, DC – Fast-casual chain &pizza has launched &WINE, a pair of custom red and white wines designed to complement their pizzas and available by the glass and bottle.
June 18, 2015, Toronto – Falanghina, the signature white wine of Italy’s southern Campania region, is light, crisp and delicately fruity and floral, an eye-opening match for pizza margherita, The Globe and Mail food columnist writes. | READ MORE
June 16, 2015, London, U.K. – Canadian age 35 and under place a high priority on short-term rewards and are as likely to put extra dollars towards paying off debt as they are to dine out, says a report on Canadian spending from Mintel.
June 9, 2015, Dallas, TX – Building on the idea of Google's Cardboard, Pizza Hut, in its latest marketing campaign, has transformed a few limited edition pizza boxes into make-shift movie projectors. Phandroid reports. | READ MORE
Never mind Vegas and all of its charms. If you love learning about every aspect of pizza from the best and watching innovative pizzaiolos in action, Pizza Expo is a vacation destination unto itself.
Shin Min-chul of Mr. Pizza was crowned freestyle acrobatics dough tossing champ at the World Pizza Games held in Las Vegas March 25. Here he wows an enthusiastic crowd.
Watch how a NASA-funded 3-D food printer makes pizza! Anjan Contractor, creator of the printer, says the machine can cook the pizza in about 70 seconds.
Pizza is so much more than an affordable meal option for hungry and tired Canadians.
There’s only one event in Canada where you can get the latest pizza industry knowledge while watching Canada’s top pizzaiolos compete for the title of Chef of the Year – and it all went down in Toronto on Oct. 27.
As the show’s host and media sponsor, we at Canadian Pizza magazine are particularly keyed up about the 2014 show.
More and more Canadians are demanding healthier meal options for themselves and for their families, and it seems wise to listen and respond to what they are saying.
Pizza chains in Canada are duking it out for market share, growing and innovating to stay competitive.
For three days in March, we at Canadian Pizza were fortunate to be embraced by some of the friendliest, savviest, most enthusiastic – OK, I’ll say it, most passionate – pizza industry people one could hope to meet.
Canadian Pizza is having a very big year.

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