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Domino’s Engineers A Smarter Slice For School Lunch

Domino’s Engineers A Smarter Slice For School Lunch
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Domino's Pizza has an ambitious new plan to expand into double the number of grade school cafeterias that feature their pizza nationwide.

Peter Jacobson
  • 20 january 2011

Domino’s Pizza has an ambitious new plan to expand into double the number of grade school cafeterias that feature their pizza nationwide. But it’s not what you think. The new Smart Slice is engineered to meet new federal guidelines for school lunches. The pizza boasts 50% whole wheat flour and lite mozzarella cheese and the plain version without toppings comes in at three hundred calories and contains 50% of the recommended daily calcium. While fast food companies in schools might give one pause, at least Domino’s is making an effort to create a somewhat more healthy option. Kids do love pizza.

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[via Slashfood]

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