Industry News | July 8, 2015

Hungry Howie's Adds LTO Sriracha Flavored Crust

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Hungry Howie’s Pizza, the originator of the flavored crust pizza, reveals its newest limited time offer, the Sriracha flavored pizza crust. For those of you that don’t know— Sriracha is one of America’s favorite hot sauces—and adds a delicious tangy, yet slightly sweet heat, to any dish. The original crust will be available starting today through September 30.

Throughout 2015, Hungry Howie’s Pizza continues to offer a variety of different flavored crusts to its guests. The concept introduces the hot chili sauce crust, being served through the end of September, adding to the already famous eight flavored crusts including: butter, butter cheese, cajun, garlic herb, onion, ranch, sesame, and Asiago cheese. In addition, adventurous eaters looking to spice up their pie can ask for a Sriracha drizzle to add even more zing to their pizza. Hungry Howie’s Pizza uses only the freshest ingredients and the highest quality toppings, including 100-percent real Mozzarella cheese and bakes its dough in-store fresh daily to create a flavorful combination.

Hungry Howie’s Pizza will continue to offer $5, $10, $15, $20 deals. Customers can purchase a delicious large one-topping deep dish or a large two-topping pizza for only $10. The brand invites hungry guests to come enjoy its signature recipe of adding seasonings to the edges of their appetizing pizza to ensure quality taste from start to finish.

“We are committed to providing our guests a delicious and creative flavor experience,” says Rob Elliott, vice president of strategic marketing at Hungry Howie’s Pizza. “Sriracha has taken the foodie world by storm and we are thrilled to incorporate the famed chili pepper flavor into our lineup of innovative crusts. If the popularity of Sriracha itself is any indicator, this flavored crust will quickly become a hit with our customers!”


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