Pizza Hut rolls out new Detroit-Style Pizza

The new pizza comes ahead of two big pizza days: National Pizza Day, held annually on Feb. 9 and Super Bowl Sunday.

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Pizza Hut says it spent over a year developing its new Detroit-Style Pizza and tried more than 500 iterations.

Pizza Hut says it spent over a year developing its new handcrafted Detroit-Style Pizza and tried more than 500 iterations.

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Dubbed its biggest launch of the year, Pizza Hut has rolled out a new pizza — but it’s not round.

The all-new Detroit-Style Pizza, available nationwide for a limited time, is rectangular with “cheese all the way to the edges to create that crispy, thick, caramelized crust,” the company said.

Pizza Hut said in a news release that it spent over a year developing the pizza and tried more than 500 iterations. Several were tested in the Midwest and the pizza also has a new vine-ripened tomato sauce that’s only available on Detroit-Style.

There are four kinds of Detroit-Style pizza and prices start at $10.99 but vary by location. It’s availablenationwide for contactless delivery, carryout andcurbside pickup.

The new pizza comes ahead of two big pizza days:National Pizza Day, held annually on Feb. 9 and Super Bowl Sunday.

New Pizza Hut Detroit-Style Pizza

Here’s how Pizza Hut describes the four pizzas:

  • Detroit Double Pepperoni: Comes with 80 slices of pepperoni including 32 slices of regular pepperoni and 48 slices of Crispy Cupped Pepperoni.
  • Double Cheesy:Layered with two kinds of cheese, mozzarella and aged Parmesan.
  • Meaty Deluxe: Loaded with bacon, Italian sausage and Crispy Cupped Pepperoni.
  • Supremo: Topped with Italian sausage, red onions and green bell peppers.

Pizza Hut is owned byYum! Brands, which also operates Taco Bell, KFC, The Habit Burger Grilland WingStreet.

Read more at usatoday.com

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