You can now buy Zizzi pizza at Sainsbury's - here are the new flavours

Monday, 14th September 2020, 4:27 pm
Updated Monday, 14th September 2020, 4:27 pm
The pizzas are available to buy in Sainsbury's now (Photo: Sainsbury's/Zizzi)
The pizzas are available to buy in Sainsbury's now (Photo: Sainsbury's/Zizzi)

Zizzi has launched three new at-home pizzas, which are now available exclusively at Sainsbury’s stores nationwide.

The Zizzi Rustica Pizza range takes inspiration from the restaurant's most popular pizza, The Rustica. It's the company's original long pizza, hand-stretched for a bigger base, crispy texture and even more toppings.

Available in Piccante Pepperoni, Margherita Classic, and Vegan Jackfruit Pepperoni the options all feature hand-stretched, 24 hour leavened dough made with 100 per cent Italian grain in Bologna, topped with Zizzi’s signature restaurant tomato sauce, and a range of toppings.

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Fans will be pleased to hear that each pizza comes complete with a restaurant favourite mini bottle of chilli or basil oil to drizzle.

The full range

Zizzi Rustica Pizza, Piccante Pepperoni – £4

A crowd pleaser and restaurant favourite, this hand-stretched Rustica pizza comes topped with large salami, spicy pepperoni crumb and hot chilli peppers, accompanied by a mini chilli oil to drizzle.

Zizzi Rustica Pizza, Margherita Classic – £4

A Zizzi top seller, this Rustica Pizza includes the signature 30cm hand-stretched dough, which is lovingly hand-topped with mozzarella and juicy cherry tomatoes, accompanied by your very own mini basil oil to drizzle.

Zizzi Rustica Pizza, Vegan Jackfruit Pepperoni – £4.50

This plant-based pizza is a delicious vegan alternative, featuring the signature hand-stretched dough and hand-topped, with the same Jack and Bry’s jackfruit pepperoni and vegan MozzaRisella as found in Zizzi restaurants.

All three varieties of the Zizzi Rustica Pizza are now available in the frozen aisle of selected Sainsbury’s supermarkets nationwide.

A version of this article appeared on The Scotsman