Food Genius Study: Pizza on 40 percent of menus

Pizza is one of the most common dishes found across U.S. restaurants and is featured on 40 percent of all menus.



According to Food Genius, pizza is one of the most common dishes in the U.S. as they reveal new industry research by Food Genius. 

"Pizza is one of the most common dishes found across U.S. restaurants and is featured on 40 percent of all menus," Food Genius said. "The prevalence of pizza has been identified in Slicing the Pie: Pizza Stats & Trends in the U.S., the latest industry research conducted by Food Genius, a Chicago-based technology and services company tracking the foodservice industry. According to the latest study derived from Food Genius Reports, the appeal of pizza continues to hold strong with the growth of nontraditional sauces such as barbecue sauce and toppings such as shrimp. Menu inclusions of gluten-free pizzas and flatbreads reflect diners’ need for customization and variety."

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