While the brand’s new Stone-Fired Crust Pizzas feature a lightly blistered crust, which is obtained by having the pizza stone-fired at a very high temperature for 60 seconds.
Through this process, the flavors of the high quality Italian toppings are locked in and can maintain a light, airy and slightly crispy texture until ready to be baked in the oven at home, the company said.
The pizzas, imported from Italy, are available in four varieties, including:
- Margherita, topped with traditional tomato sauce, buffalo mozzarella cheese and basil leaves;
- Quattro Formaggi, or four cheese, has fior di latte mozzarella, buffalo ricotta, buffalo mozzarella, pecorino Romano cheese and basil leaves; and
- Spinaci and Formaggi, or spinach and cheese, with caciocavllo cheese, fior di mozzarella, Grana Padano, spinach, garlic and a splash of lemon.
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“Forty years after Newman’s Own was founded with the launch of its first salad dressing, we remain committed to Paul Newman’s vision of giving all profits away,” said chief marketing officer Nicole Malcolm-Manyara. “As we launch a bold and zesty new dressing this year, as well as a new Italian pizza line, I’m proud that our customers can still feel doubly good about reaching for convenient, tasty foods with high-quality ingredients while helping support organizations that improve the lives of children at the same time.”
Made without the use of artificial flavors, preservatives, colors or high fructose corn syrup, Newman’s Own Garlic Vinaigrette and Marinade retails for $3.99. The Stone-Fired Crust Pizza line retails for $7.28 each.