Frozen pizza company pursues 250-calorie point

 
Feb. 8, 2010

Palermo's Pizza has announced two new additions to Palermo's award-winning Primo Thin line of ultra-thin crust pizzas, Primo Thin Garden and Chicken Fajita.

"At Palermo's we understand the importance of providing a nutritious family meal that everyone at the table will enjoy, including health conscious consumers," said Giacomo Fallucca, president and CEO of Palermo's Pizza, in a release. "Our Primo Thin Garden and Chicken Fajita varieties are Palermo's latest creations that deliver fresh, restaurant-quality ingredients with as few as 250 calories per serving."

Palermo's Primo Thin Garden pizza has a crispy, all-natural multi-grain crust topped with a robust tomato sauce and then covered with a blend of 100 percent real Mozzarella (part-skim), Parmesan and Romano cheeses. It also features fire-roasted red and green bell peppers, fire-roasted onions, sliced black olives and broccoli, all topped with Italian spices. The Primo Thin Garden offers a good source of fiber with 4 grams per serving.

Palermo's Primo Thin Chicken Fajita brings the taste of the Southwest directly to the kitchen table. The all-natural, ultra-thin crust is topped with zesty Mexicali sauce, Mozzarella (part skim) and Monterrey Jack cheeses, grilled white meat chicken tossed with a blend of Southwest spices, fire-roasted green bell peppers and fire-roasted onions. The entire pizza is then finished with cool sour cream sauce dollops.

Palermo's Primo Thin Garden and Chicken Fajita pizzas are available in supermarkets and club stores across the country and retail for a suggested retail price of $5.99.


Topics: Health & Nutrition


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