Introducing the $48 Pizza

Pizza Fusion Introduces $48 Surf & Turf Pizza

Eco-friendly, organic and all-natural pizza franchise announces launch of new gourmet specialty pie topped with lobster, shrimp and New York Strip Steak.

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (PRWEB) April 17, 2007 -- Pizza Fusion, a leader in the organic food industry and a better quality of life, announced the launch of their new Surf & Turf pizza topped with Wild Caught Key West Shrimp, Wild Caught Lobster and certified organic New York Strip Steak. The Surf & Turf pie, valued at $48, is an extension to Pizza Fusion's already unique selection of gourmet specialty pies.

"We're very excited about the launch of the Surf & Turf pizza," Michael Gordon, co-founder of Pizza Fusion, states. "The addition of lobster to our organic and all-natural topping list reinforces our belief that pizza is meant to be enjoyed as a quality, healthful, delicious meal contrary to the negative fast food image that it has been tainted with in the past."

From Pizza Fusion's organic, all-natural ingredients to each individually stamped and signed box reading, "This pizza was made with love by ______", they're setting new standards for the pizza and quick-service food industries with a concerned approach to provide high quality, nutritious food in a timely manner.

"The goal of the traditional business model is to minimize costs to the owner without jeopardizing the quality of the product to the consumer. Unfortunately, consumers have gone unaware of the diminishing quality of their products as more and more businesses have pursued shortcuts to produce faster and cheaper in an attempt to minimize overhead," Vaughan Lazar, co-founder of Pizza Fusion, explains. "We threw that approach out the window when we designed Pizza Fusion as business that doesn't take shortcuts; offering consumers a very high quality product. Eating a Pizza Fusion pie will make you realize what pizza is suppose to taste like when made with real, pure ingredients and nothing else. At Pizza Fusion, you get what you pay for. There's absolutely nothing artificial about our food and its amazing taste proves it."


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