Papa John’s Tests Gluten-Free Crust Made With Ancient Grains

Papa John’s Tests Gluten-Free Crust Made With Ancient Grains
Papa John’s Tests Gluten-Free Crust Made With Ancient Grains

Papa John’s continues to make good on their commitment to “Better Ingredients. Better Pizza,” and having the cleanest label among national pizza chains by introducing a new pilot project featuring Gluten-Free Crust made with Ancient Grains.

The new Gluten-Free Crust made with Ancient Grains (sorghum, teff, amaranth and quinoa), is currently being tested in Papa John’s locations across Los Angeles, Phoenix, St. Louis, Houston and Nashville.

During the pilot project, fans in LA, Phoenix, St. Louis, Houston and Nashville can try a small, two-topping pizza on Gluten-Free Crust made with Ancient Grains for $9.99.

Earlier this month, Papa John’s launched a pilot project featuring four organic vegetable toppings at select locations in Lexington, Kentucky.

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