UNO Pizzeria & Grill Expands Menu of Low-Calorie Pizzas

Just in time for New Year's resolutions, the chain has developed more specialty items for its "Love All, Feed All" menu catering to special diets.

On the heels of its “Love All, Feed All” menu launch this fall and just in time for those New Year’s resolutions, UNO Pizzeria & Grill has expanded its selection of low-calorie pizzas. Featured on the supplemental menu, which is designed for guests with specific dietary preferences or requirements (such as vegans, vegetarians and gluten-sensitive, dairy-free and carb-conscious eaters), a rotating 600-calories-or-less pizza of the month is designed to appeal to those who want to keep an eye on calorie intake without sacrificing meals and nights out.

The new low-calorie pizza additions include:

Apricot & Goat Cheese De-Lite (January Pizza of the Month) – crumbled goat cheese atop a base of apricot preserves and toasted almond slices, layered with fresh arugula and a balsamic glaze drizzle (590 calories).

Vegetarian Cheeseburger Pizza – featuring plant-based Beyond Burger, cheddar, mozzarella, ketchup, mustard, pickles and onions (590 calories, available starting January 14).

Pesto & Fresh Mozz De-Lite (February Pizza of the Month) – fresh mozzarella atop garlicky basil pesto finished with a light drizzle of balsamic glaze (590 calories).

These special Chef Creations will join the UNO De-Lites family of 600-calories-or-less appetizers, salads, pizzas and entrées. The five low-calorie pizzas with a permanent place on the menu include Wild Mushroom & Aged Cheddar; Spinach Goat Cheese & Caramelized Onions; Roasted Eggplant Spinach & Feta; Garlic Garlic Chicken & Goat Cheese; and the Margherita.

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UNO debuted its “Love All, Feed All” menu in October 2019. It’s designed for customers with a wide variety of special dietary preferences or requirements, from gluten-free pizzas and entrees to vegan and vegetarian items and low-carb and dairy-free dishes.

UNO Pizzeria & Grill CEO Jim Ilaria said the new menu offers “a wider variety of options so everyone can walk through our doors confident they will enjoy a tasty meal regardless of their dietary interests.”