Mar 15, 2012

News: Papa John's - New Buffalo Chicken Pizza for $10

Papa John's has a new pizza out just in time for March Madness. The new, limited-time Buffalo Chicken pizza is topped with Ranch sauce, white-meat sliced chicken strips, bacon, fresh-sliced onions and mozzarella cheese, finished with a swirl of tangy, spicy buffalo sauce.

It's only available through the end of April (Editor's note 6/29 - apparently it's still available) and will cost you $10 for a large.

Nutritional Info - Papa John's Buffalo Chicken Pizza (Large Original Crust)
Serving Size - 1 slice (146g)
Calories - 370 (from Fat - 160)
Fat - 17g (Saturated Fat - 6g)
Sodium - 1050mg
Carbs - 39g (Sugar - 4g)
Protein - 15g


  1. Ranch? Ranch?! Blue Cheese is the only thing that you have with wings!

  2. Is it necessary to differentiate ones' offerings to such an extreme extent?
    Are one's "normal toppings that are time-tested and likely preferable by the majority of pizza buyers/eaters so untasty that these off-the-wall likely minimally ordered pizza-types required to remain a viable pizza joint?

    Am I totally off base and the Papa John's marketing folks and corporate higher-ups following an intelligent path?

    If I was a head honcho I would do all possible to optimize my proven sellers; make them THE pizza to grab that conveys the maximum pleasurable, pleasing yumminess.

    I would also have researchers poking through the food review sites.

    I have left ample mentions across the Web highly recommending crumbled linguicia as a topping and encouraging folks travelling who notice it in an area new to them to order it.

    Most folks I know trying it for the first time were delighted and ordered frequently thereafter in the areas where available.

    Oh well.

    Just one Disgruntled Old Coot's Opinion.


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