Although two chains received an A grade—Chipotle and Panera—most of the quick-service restaurants scored much lower. Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A, which is the inspiration for the Pizza for Good pie “Closed on Sundays,” earned a B.
From the post:
The report notes that Chick-fil-A, the largest U.S. chicken chain by domestic sales volume, has committed to serve 100-percent no-antibiotics chicken by 2019 and indicates that, as of March 2015, 20 percent of its chicken meets this standard, reports Food Safety News.
Bad news for the cellar-dwellers, though:
No companies receive a ‘D’ in the report. Twenty top fast food chains receive an ‘F.’ Companies graded ‘F’ include: Applebee’s, Arby’s, Burger King, Chili’s, Dairy Queen, Denny’s, Domino’s Pizza, KFC, Olive Garden, Papa John’s, Sonic, Starbucks, Subway and Wendy’s.
Make your pizza at home! You’ll have more control over ingredients and it’ll be way healthier, too.
Huffington Post is most usually a rag, but at times *every news outlet tells the truth.
Every October, we in these United States celebrate America’s fave dish. Like we need an excuse to eat pizza, right?
National Pizza Month means we focus on the nitty gritty of pie-making. So, in the spirit of encouraging you to buy the book, make your pizza fresh and help a worthy cause, here’s what you can expect this month:
• a new recipe every few days, with pictures, video and full instructions
• two new episodes of my podcast, “The Pizza Dish”
• reports on fun and interesting events, including the annual Slice Out Hunger in NYC
• and many other surprises!
If you have a recipe you’d like to share on the blog, please post it here in the comments or on the Facebook page. Cheers to delicious, gooey, foldable ‘za! — WP
If you hate microwaved pizza as much as I, you’ll really dig this clip. check it out:
Very excited to report that Pizza for Good has been nominated for the following awards:
We should start hearing soon about the results, so stay tuned. I’ll likely submit to a few more before the year is out, too.