The pizza chain is testing a lower-calorie pie that carries the same price as a regular pizza
Pizza Hut is testing out a lighter pizza in two US markets as it seeks to freshen up its menu and regain its footing against competitors. The tests of "Skinny Slice" pies began this week at several dozen restaurants in Toledo, Ohio, and West Palm Beach, Fla. The pies simply...
An activist working undercover on a New Mexico dairy that supplies mozzarella giant Leprino Foods videotaped workers assaulting and beating the cows. The New Mexico Livestock Board tells the AP they're investigating the incident at the...Show More Summary
Perhaps in an attempt to counter act its giant pizza-shaped cookie, Pizza Hut is currently testing a "lighter pizza." According to the Associated Press, the chain is currently offering "Skinny Slice" pies at locations in Toledo, Ohio and West...
Glyn Thomas Photography/Alamy By CANDICE CHOI NEW YORK -- Pizza Hut is testing out a lighter pizza in two U.S. markets as it seeks to freshen up its menu and regain its footing against competitors. The tests of the "Skinny Slice" pies began this week at several dozen restaurants in Toledo, Ohio, and West Palm Beach, Florida. Show More Summary
Pizza Hut has plans to open seven new locations in South Africa this year. According to Nation's Restaurant News, the pizza chain is re-entering the country after a six-year absence. The company used to have dine-in locations around South...
Chain trying out pizza with less dough and lighter toppings in locations in Ohio and Florida in an attempt to help regain its footing against competitors.
Remember when Pizza Hut invented the cookie cake in 2014? It’s now testing out a mysterious new pizza configuration called “Skinny Slice” pies, wherein each contains less dough and fewer toppings for the health conscious. Basically, it’s thin crust pizza, but don’t tell Pizza Hut that. Of course, thin crust pizza can still be laden with calorific toppings and … [More]
More fast food chains are adding lower calorie options, and it's not always working
Pets aren’t prizes. That’s why goldfish games have been disappearing from carnival midways, and why people around the world were horrified when they saw that a Pizza Hut restaurant in Australia was offering a free small pet with the purchase of ten pizzas. The in-store placard featured a photo of a guinea pig, and it was not an appetizer. … [More]
Pizza Hut faced some criticism and outright boycotting when one restaurant offered a free animal from a local pet store with the purchase of several pizzas. According to News, Pizza Hut in Mount Waverley, in Melbourne’s southeast, put...Show More Summary
A Pizza Hut in Australia gained international attention Sunday when photos of a bizarre promotion at the store went viral. A sign at the Mount Waverley store in southeast Melbourne offered a "free small animal" from a pet store with the purchase of 10 large pizzas. Show More Summary
“I’ll have ten large pizzas, all sausage, and one hamster. kthnxbai.” A Pizza Hut in Melbourne, Australia decided this promotion would be a good idea and no one would get upset. The sign below reads, “Buy any 10 large pizzas and get one free small animal from Pets Story.” Once people started to freak out […]
The Pizza Hut corporate office quickly shut down the unauthorized promotion, which the Melbourne location launched with a local pet store, and issued an apology. A spokesperson for the pet store tells the Daily Mail: "It was supposed to...
After chaos ensued
That little guy isn't so sure about this deal. A Pizza Hut restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, says it made a huge mistake by putting up a sign intended to drum up business for a neighboring pet store. The chain restaurant actually advertised...Show More Summary
Morning Money Memo: Is America ready for Saigon street food? Yum Brands – the owners of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC – is betting that many people will like the taste of banh mi sandwiches, Asian salads and wok-fried food. Yum opened its first...
Hamster and Pineapple pizza, anyone? A Pizza Hut franchise in Victoria has been forced to apologise after offering customers “a free small animal” when ordering ten pizzas. The ill-advised promotion was run in conjunction with a neighboring pet shop before outraged animal rights groups saw the deal hastily withdrawn. Show More Summary
SYDNEY — An Australian pet store has denied planning to give away animals, after a sign at a Pizza Hut franchise in Melbourne, Victoria, caused mass outrage on social media. Australian animal rights group Oscar's Law, who are against...Show More Summary
Image Via McDonalds Fast food is a booming industry, not only in our country, but all over the planet. Now, you have fast food chains like McDonalds and Pizza Hut moving themselves to as many different locations as they can in the world. Show More Summary