National Pizza Month – October 2020
Hey pizza lovers, it’s National Pizza month in the states and that means….. eat more Pizza.
National Pizza Month first started in October 1984 when Indiana pizza shop owner Gerry Durnell published a magazine called “Pizza Today” and declared October as National Pizza Month. (Sounds like a good idea to me).
So, every year on October 1st until October 31st I guess you can eat as much pizza as you like, that’s what I reckon anyway.
Here are a few fun facts form National Today about pizza.
Americans eat a whole lotta pizza
According to Pizza.com, 94 percent of Americans eat pizza at least once a month. That adds up to about 45 slices per person per year.
That sssoundsss like a ssstrange pizzsssa
In 2009, Mamma Mia! Pizza Kitchen in Levelland, Texas, created a Rattlesnake Pizza in honor of National Pizza Month.
Just one slice for me, please
The world’s largest pizza was baked in 2012 in Rome, Italy. It measured 13,570 square feet.
None for me, please
Nino’s Bellissima pizzeria in New York City is known for selling a caviar pizza that costs $1,000.
Eat pizza everyday
A survey released by California Pizza Kitchen found that 20 percent of Americans would choose pizza if they were forced to eat just one food for the rest of their lives.
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