Pizza Hut has quietly pulled online advertising for its Mitey Stuffed Crust pizza following complaints from Vegemite owner Kraft. The offending advert depicted foreign backpackers retching in disgust at the taste of the new product. The “takeaway” lesson here is that you probably shouldn’t publicly insult your business partner — even if it’s just a joke. More »
Tracy Locke tapped recently-named Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan to star in its latest effort for Pizza Hut, promoting the brand’s triple-cheese covered stuffed crust. Ryan spends the majority of the 30-second ad participating in one of his favorite activities: throwing challenge flags. Show More Summary
LONDON — It's one most divisive foods going, but even fans of the salty, sticky, yeasty spread are unsure about the notion of a Marmite Easter egg See also: Pizza Hut Australia introduces vegemite-stuffed crust pizza Unilever, the food...Show More Summary
Pizza Hut is at it, again. USA Today is reporting that starting tomorrow, January 26th, the international pizza chain will offer its customers 10-inch cheese and pepperoni pizzas that are completely gluten-free in about 2,400 of its 6,300 domestic locations. Show More Summary
A recent Pizza Hut ad that you’ve probably seen on TV features the chain purportedly bringing some of its new crusts and toppings to a small town in Italy, where old people hated everything. While pizza crust stuffed with Vegemite/Marmite isn’t new in Australia and New Zealand, this ad bragging about how much foreigners hate it is new. The … [More]
There's a brave niche approach in advertising where you show your audience just how much people despise your product. Laphroaig scotch has been doing this for while, turning its polarizing taste into a selling point. Now, Pizza Hut Australia is doing something similar. Show More Summary
Host Sydney launched an ad promoting Pizza Hut’s new Vegemite-stuffed pizza as “Made for Australia.” To illustrate this point, the agency first got a bunch of tourists from other countries to try the Mitey Stuffed Crust Pizza. Needless...Show More Summary
Yesterday, we brought you the vaguely terrifying news that Pizza Hut had released a Vegemite-flavoured pizza. The deceptively-titled “Mitey Stuffed Crust Pizza” takes a regular cheese-filled crust and infuses it with Australia’s favourite breakfast spread. Show More Summary
Pizza Hut has been changing a lot of things about their menu for 2015, but this new idea for a dark brown, gooey combination of yeast extracts is nothing new for Australians. Although most headlines about Pizza Hut center around their new drizzles, they are also prone to attracting weird press. Show More Summary
Vegemite is good for anything. A hangover, a grumpy a child, a bad day, cheese. Australians don't know how to get up in the morning without a glass jar of the black yeast paste nearby to smother on a bit of bread and devour like nobody's...Show More Summary
To coincide with Australia Day, Pizza Hut has unveiled a new Stuffed Crust pizza that arguably tops the Doritos and Cheeseburger crusts in sheer weirdness. The Mitey Stuffed Crust Pizza takes a regular cheese-filled crust and infuses it with Vegemite. (Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! …Er, anyone?) More »
Deutsch Inc. has big plans for 2015, according to an agency-wide internal memo that went out this afternoon. Following the Pizza Hut and Sprint wins, the year begins with several big staffing changes at the agency, most prominent among...Show More Summary
A preservation group in Downey, California, has labeled the structure that once housed the world's first Taco Bell as "endangered." There's a combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell right across the street, but it would be a shame if that...
Pizza Hut and Coors are jumping into a food craze that's taking American diets by storm
Pizza Hut, the world’s largest pizza company, is jumping on the gluten-free bandwagon by launching two new gluten-free pizzas on Jan. 26.
Does the image of John Candy in that cat alien costume come to mind every time you hear the word Barf? Does the word Vespa make you think of a princess from the planet Druidia instead of a motor scooter? Do you imagine Pizza the Hutt...Show More Summary
Starting this month, cheese-only and pepperoni pizzas can be ordered with dough supplied by a gluten-free baking company.
Between that and new Sriracha offerings, the chain is doing its best to stay on trend
What goes together better than pizza and beer? Nothing, that’s what. Sure the combination might not be readily available for everyone – specifically consumers who are allergic to gluten – but two companies are looking to change that....Show More Summary