By Yi Chen
on August 24, 2011 in

Domino’s New Artisan Pizzas Come Personally Signed

Domino’s New Artisan Pizzas come in three new flavors and will be personally signed by the pizza maker.

Ryan from Grab Grade has confirmed that the pizza franchise will be launching a new line called Domino’s Artisan Pizza. These thin crust pizzas will come in three varieties: Spinach and Feta, Sausage and Peppers, and Salami and Roasted Veggies. Furthermore, the pizza box they come will be personally signed by the pizza ‘artisan’ who handmade your meal with ‘passion and integrity’. Here’s what the pizza box reads:

We don’t wear black berets, cook with wood-fired ovens or apprentice with the masters in Italy. Though we may not be artisans in the traditional sense, inside this box you’ll find a handmade pizza crafted with the kind of passion and integrity that just might convince you we are. Which is why ever single Domino’s Artisan Pizza we make comes signed by the person responsible for it. A signature that lets you know it’s time to expect more from your local Domino’s.

The Artisan pizzas are rectangular in shape and will be reasonably priced at around $8 each. Domino’s aims to keep the pizza toppings simple, so you can only remove but not add any items. Justin Houston, a Grub Grade reader, sampled the Salami and Roasted Veggies and commented that it was ‘fairly pleasant…the whole packaging was darn good.’ No release date has been set for the Domino’s Artisan Pizzas.

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