Since 1991, Toppers Pizza has been steadfast in its belief that people shouldn’t eat bad pizza, and for nearly 30 years, the brand has consistently put its money where its mouth is. The Pick 2 or More for $5.99 Value Menu that launched in early 2018 is just one example of how the brand adheres to its “Better Doesn’t Have to Cost More” mentality. On July 2, to continue its commitment to menu innovation and quality ingredients, the 83-unit, “better pizza” franchise will add quesadillas to its menu, providing another vehicle for Toppers fans to enjoy real Wisconsin cheese and quality toppings.
“When our competitors focus on value, they sacrifice the quality of the product to be able to maintain their profits, but at Toppers, we will never settle for anything less than the best for our die-hard pizza fanatics,” said Scott Gittrich, Founder and President of Toppers Pizza. “We’re giving our fans more ways to enjoy our delicious cheese and distinctive ingredients, and we’re offering it at a price point that will allow them to eat Toppers more often. Unlike the other guys, our hand-tossed dough is made-from-scratch in each and every one of our restaurants every single day, and we use real Wisconsin cheese in all of our products. No matter the price tag, we’ll never steer from our focus on quality.”
The new quesadillas are made with flaky tortillas and come in three flavors:
- Buffalo Chicken: diced buffalo chicken, pepper jack cheese, buffalo ranch sauce and a mild buffalo sauce drizzle
- Chipotle Chicken: grilled chicken, salsa, pepper jack cheese and chipotle seasoning
- 3-Cheese Quesadillas: mozzarella, pepper jack and cheddar cheeses and salsa
Earlier this year, Toppers Pizza rolled out its Pick 2 or More for $5.99 Value Menu, which features a variety of value-priced menu favorites including: any medium 2-Topping pizza, any single order of Topperstix, any ½ pound Boneless Wings, any baked Mac ‘N Cheese and now, any Quesadilla.
“For nearly 30 years, we’ve taught our fans that they shouldn’t compromise when ordering the world’s best food, and they’re not going to get it from the cookie-cutter corporate chains that use frozen cheese and truck-delivered dough,” said Scott Iversen, Vice President of Marketing for Toppers Pizza. “We work tirelessly to keep our flavors interesting and to provide new and exciting options at any price point, and we will never sacrifice our quality to deliver value to our fans.”