August 11, 2015 |

Pizza Hut Empowers Customers With New Nutrition Tools


Nutrition calculator on Pizza Hut’s app and PizzaHut.com gives customers ability to make informed decisions on ingredients, food allergies and more

 

PLANO, TEXAS (August 10, 2015) – Pizza Hut today launched an interactive nutrition calculator tool on the Pizza Hut app and website, allowing customers to review nutritionals and ingredients in their Pizza Hut orders and make informed decisions around food allergies and food sensitivities.

The online nutrition calculator allows customers to access nutrition and ingredient information – enabling them to decide which Pizza Hut products work best for their family’s needs and dietary preferences. It’s the latest advancement in the company’s brand standards effort, which included the removal of artificial flavors and colors from nationally available pizzas by the end of July 2015, the first national pizza chain to fulfill that commitment.

Previously, Pizza Hut had eliminated partially hydrogenated oils (also known as artificial trans fats) and MSG. The company also reduced the sodium in its hand-tossed pizzas and by the end of 2015, 15 percent of Pizza Hut pizzas will have just one third of the daily recommended dietary allowance for sodium. Twenty percent of its pizzas will meet that criteria by 2020.

The nutrition calculator is available at www.pizzahut.com or via the Pizza Hut mobile app.

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