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Stone baked pizza with a twist



Big Al’s Italian Twists are now available from T.Quality.


Available in pepperoni and margherita varieties, the authentic Italian pizzas are cooked in a stone baked oven and hand twisted for an appetising and easy to eat hand-held snack.

Requiring no cheffing skills or specialist pizza making equipment, the twists can be heated from frozen in a microwave for a minute and a half, or for a crispy finish in the oven, and are ready to serve.

Paired with chips and a drink, they make a great meal deal but work equally well offered on their own for shops wanting to target the snacking market. Supplied with branded sleeves, they also make a great addition to kids menus.
T.Quality 08452 505605 www.tquality.co.uk

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