INGREDIENTS:Flour, whole wheat, yeast, salt, EL7 (as a dough relaxer), water, skim milk, milk protein concentrate,non-fat dry milk, sugar, tomato puree, spices, onion powder, citric acid, matodextrin, inulin, disodium phosphate, sodium citrate, lactic acid, sorbic acid (preservative), titanium dioxide (color), guar gum, xanthan gum, natural flavors, vitamin A palmitate.
Contains: Wheat and Milk ingredients.
These pizzas are available online at PizzaFree.com. They come plain with cheese, so you can top them any way you please.
Cooking Instructions: Remove the pizza and discard the cardboard round. Place the pizza on a metal baking sheet. Preheat the over for 400° and bake for 8-10 minutes. (Cooking times may vary). You can also use a toaster oven. DO NOT microwave the pizzas.
Storage: Refreeze quickly after shipping; keep frozen until ready to bake.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Pizza Free Inc.
2420 Wedgewood Drive #5A
Akron, Ohio 44312
United States of America
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 3/6/2007
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