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How a deep dish pizza leader reinvented its menu in the time of health hysteria -- without eroding the brand
By Scott Wiener We are fortunate enough to live in an era of pizza ubiquity. What was once the street snack of Southern Italy is now widespread and readily available all around the globe.
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Report outlines trends and issues facing the pizzeria business.
Recipe changes may be needed to ensure those school pizza parties stay on the menu.
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Pizzeria operators may already have on hand the makings of a popular new dish.
Pizzeria operators are working to position pizza as a health food.
Operators make plans for meat-free offerings as Lent approaches.
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