US: Kellogg launches Kashi pizzas

By Katy Askew | 2 December 2013

Kashi launches frozen pizzas

Kashi launches frozen pizzas

Kellogg has launched a line of single-serve vegetarian pizzas in the US under the Kashi brand.

The company said today (2 December) it is rolling out two flavours: Greek Tzatziki and Indian Tikka Masala.

"Kashi's new single-serve pizzas are made from real, wholesome ingredients brought together in exciting new ways, delivering great taste with fun global flair," said John King, Kashi marketing director.

The Kashi Greek Tzatziki and Indian Tikka Masala single-serve pizzas are available in the frozen aisle of grocery retailers throughout the US with an RRP of US$3.99.

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Kashi's New Vegetarian Single-Serve Pizzas Bring Global Flair To The Frozen Foods Aisle

Greek Tzatziki and Indian Tikka Masala pizzas satisfy and nourish with unique, wholesome ingredients

BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Dec. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Expanding upon its existing line of wholesome and delicious frozen foods, Kashi® today launched new single-serve pizzas. The two flavors, Greek Tzatziki and Indian Tikka Masala, have global flair with unique flavor profiles that appeal to adventurous taste buds. In addition, Kashi's new single-serve pizzas are convenient, simple to prepare and satisfy cravings for a nourishing meal when "made-from-scratch" just isn't an option.

-- Kashi Greek Tzatziki Single-Serve Pizzas: Starts on a traditional
stone-fired crust made with Kashi Seven Whole Grains, flax and sesame,
and is topped with spinach, artichokes, tomatoes, feta, mozzarella and a
sauce of Greek Tzatziki yogurt, cucumber, dill and garlic. The
vegetarian dish provides six grams of fiber, 17 grams of protein and 23
grams of whole grains per serving.

-- Kashi Indian Tikka Masala Single-Serve Pizzas: Served on a traditional
stone-fired crust made with Kashi Seven Whole Grains, flax and sesame,
and is topped with mozzarella, fire-roasted eggplant, spinach, tomatoes,
crushed red pepper and a spicy Tikka Masala sauce. The vegetarian dish
provides seven grams of fiber, 18 grams of protein and 24 grams of whole
grains per serving.

"We're always looking for innovative ways to spice up meals and nourish progressive appetites. Kashi's new single-serve pizzas are made from real, wholesome ingredients brought together in exciting new ways, delivering great taste with fun global flair," said John King, Kashi marketing director.

The Kashi Greek Tzatziki and Indian Tikka Masala single-serve pizzas are now available in the frozen aisle of select grocery retailers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $3.99. For more information, visithttp://www.kashi.com.

Original source: Kellogg

Sectors: Frozen, Natural & organic, NPD & innovation

Companies: Kellogg

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