It’s going to be an enigma until the day I die – the frozen pizza industry in the US is dominated by a few big players that probably account for 99% of all frozen pizzas sold; and then there is Trader Joe’s, which might account for – a miniscule proportion, yet their product stands alone for quality and taste. Why can’t the big guys make a pizza that tastes LIKE PIZZA? Trader Joe’s can.
Their Pizza Margherita, made in Italy, is a straight-up cheese pie, topped with Mozzarella and Grana Cheeses.
Check out the exotic ingredient list: flour, water, salt, yeast, oil, tomato, herbs, spices, and cheese. That’s right, no extenders, preservatives, things that come from a lab. Pure food. Pure deliciousness.
The 15 oz pie is done in 8 minutes. The crisp is crusty, the cheese full-flavored.
All of the TJ’s pizzas I have tried are imported, either from France or Italy. A there isn’t a single one of them that hasn’t reminded me of some special meal I have had in those respective countrys. Great job, TJ.
The “big guys” could learn a thing or two from you!