Newman’s Own® Announces Lineup of New Delicious Cauliflower Crust Thin and Crispy Pizzas

Great tasting Cheese and Margherita varieties donate 100% of profits to charity

According to Technomic, 43 percent of consumers enjoy pizza weekly, and 49 percent want more authentic offerings—specifically pizza made with nutritious, high-quality ingredients. Newman’s Own, the company that makes great tasting, high-quality products and gives 100 percent of profits to charity, is elevating its lineup of quality food products to meet consumer demand by introducing a new line of delicious, nutrient-packed Cauliflower Crust Thin and Crispy Pizzas – available now in Cheese and Margherita varieties. For a mouthwatering meal that brings family and friends together, look no further than Newman’s Own Pizzas.

The new Cauliflower Crust Thin and Crispy Pizzas offer 100% whole-milk mozzarella plus parmesan cheese for flavor and texture, pure olive oil, juicy tomatoes and real cauliflower baked into the crispy crust. Both varieties contain no added sugar, are certified gluten-free and are the ultimate option for those looking for great tasting pizza made with high-quality ingredients.

“At Newman’s Own, we make sure all of our products live up to Paul Newman’s two founding principles: creating great-tasting food and donating 100 percent of profits to charity,” said Bruce Bruemmer, Vice President of Marketing for Newman’s Own, Inc. “Our commitment to quality is a cornerstone of the Newman’s Own brand, so we’ve worked hard to perfect the cauliflower crust to ensure we were providing consumers with a superior pizza that tastes so great, you wouldn’t even know the crust is packed with cauliflower.”

The new cauliflower crust pizzas are available at local supermarket or grocery stores for an MSRP of $7.29. For additional information and where to find Newman’s Own pizzas near you, visit

Source: Newman’s Own, Inc.

Be Sociable, Share!

About GFDI Team

Team of talented writers who have a passion for sharing, connecting and preserving the history and culture of the African diaspora.
This entry was posted in Food + Drink News and Headlines. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.