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Chicago Town adds trio of new pizzas



Dr. Oetker Professional has expanded its Chicago Town Pizza range to include three new toppings that reflect the latest food trends.


First up is a Limited Edition Pulled Buffalo Chicken, pulled chicken, red onions and melted mozzarella on buffalo spiced sauce, followed by Barbeque Feast, a combination of chorizo, melted mozzarella, red and yellow peppers, red onions and barbeque sauce. Completing the trio is a Chocolate Dessert Pizza containing chocolate sauce, dark chocolate chips and white chocolate chunks.

Oven cooked from frozen in just 6-12 minutes, the pizzas require no chef skills or special ovens and, with a holding time of 45 minutes, they can be pre-prepared ready for service. Fully branded Chicago Town Takeaway pizza boxes are also available for operators looking to create an authentic takeaway experience.
Dr. Oetker Professional 0113 823 1400 www.oetkerfoodservice.co.uk

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