Sydney based pizza chain, Pizzacutters this week launched a range of six new healthy pizzas, getting the big tick of approval from the Heart Foundation.
Pizzacutters launched the new pizzas in response to a growing need for healthier fast food, according to co-founder Simon Lumbroso.
“By getting the Heart Foundation Tick of Approval we are not only showing our customers that we are dedicated to providing gourmet pizzas, we are also raising the bar on the quality of our pizza – making them healthier but not compromising the taste,” he said.
In order to qualify for the Tick approved meals, Pizzacutters worked with the Heart Foundation for over six months to ensure the new pizzas met strict standards for serve size, saturated fat, salt and vegetables/fibre content. Each of the new Tick pizzas are made with a wholemeal base to increase fibre. Salt and saturated fat levels are kept in check by using moderate amounts of high quality cheese as well as fresh vegetables and meats.
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