The largest pizza ever produced was baked in Norwood, South Africa in 1990. It was a enormous 100 feet across.
The term pizza was originally spelt as”pitsa” Americans eat countless pieces of pizza annually; in fact the yearly per capita pizza consumption is 23 lbs!
America’s favorite pizza topping is pepperoni.
America’s least favorite pizza topping is anchovies.
Americans consume 90 to 100 acres of pizza daily.
Throughout TV news broadcasts, most pizza is arranged during the weather prediction, and the delivery people report that girls, not surprisingly, are much better tippers!
Post Columbus berries have been brought back to Europe in the New World in the 16th century. Originally they were thought by many to be poisonous, but afterwards became approved and added to bread and pizza in Italy.
From the 16th century, Maria Carolina, the Queen of Naples finally convinced her husband, King Ferdinand IV, to enable the peasant dish pizza to really be made from the royal oven.
Outside of Italy, Argentina are the 2nd best place for Italian food, especially pizza. Over sixty percent of Buenos Aires’ inhabitants are of Italian descent, which is evidenced by the gigantic number of pizzerias lining the city’s beautiful roads. But America might be a close second or third too.
The people of America eat around 350 slices of pizza every second, or 90 to 100 acres daily. Annually, the pizza market is a $30 billion business.
From the U.S. alone there are approximately 61,269 pizza parlours.
Everybody in the United States eats about 23 lbs., or 46 pieces, each year. That’s plenty of pizza!
Each year in the USA, more than 3 billion pizzas are sold.
The most popular ethnic food in the usa today is Italian.
Children aged 3 to 11 prefer pizza over all other foods for lunch and dinner, that is according to a new Gallup Poll.
We consume around 251,770,000 lbs of pepperonis each year.