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General Assembly Pizza Closes Oversubscribed Series-A Financing Round

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TORONTO — General Assembly Holdings Limited (GA Pizza) has closed an oversubscribed $13-million Series-A financing round, far exceeding its $3.5-million target. Gravitas Securities Inc. led...

COBS Bread Now Offers Nabati Cheeze

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EDMONTON — Nabati Foods Inc.’s plant-based Nabati Cheeze is now offered at COBS Bread as a key ingredient in the chain’s Beyond Sausage Arrabbiata...

Pat Finelli Named COO/CMO at Pizzaiolo

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TORONTO — Pizzaiolo has officially brought on Pat Finelli, accomplished marketing pioneer, to assume the dual role of Chief Operating and Marketing Officer. Finelli...

Heart-Shaped Pizza Returns to Boston Pizza

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Boston Pizza’s annual Valentine’s Day fundraising drive has returned to raise money for local charities through sales of heart-shaped pizzas. Until February...

Pizza Nova Set to Launch Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni to all...

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TORONTO — Pizza Nova will begin offering Field Roast Plant-Based Pepperoni to all Pizza Nova locations. Delivering a similar flavour and texture to traditional...

Pizza Hut Partners with Beyond Meat

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PLANO, Texas — Pizza Hut has partnered with Beyond Meat, becoming the first national pizza company in the U.S.to do so. Under the new partnership,...

MAS.E.MO Pizza Launches in Toronto and Burlington

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TORONTO — On October 14, Mohamad Fakih and Massimo Capra launched their new MAS.E.MO Pizza concept out of Paramount Fine Foods’ Paramount Middle Eastern...

Pizza 73 Celebrates 35 Years

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EDMONTON — Pizza 73 is celebrating its 35th anniversary by offering its small recipe pizzas for only $7.35 until September 20. Philip Goudreau, Chief Operating...

Now Open: Pizza Nova, Collingwood, Ont.

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TORONTO — Pizza Nova opened a new location in Collingwood, Ont. yesterday. To help celebrate and share their spirit of community, Pizza Nova offered...

The 2020 Pizza and Pasta Report

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Pizza and pasta are commonly considered as comfort-food classics among Canadians, so it should come as no surprise that the predominant trend shaping these...