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8/26/17 9:18 P

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I will check out Amazon for these crust and their other products

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8/16/17 6:15 P

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Amazon sells them.

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I live in Canada,so no such store. I can not have wheat anyway. I buy a gluten free crust mix and make it at home as I am also allergic to tomatoes as well as other foods.

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6/26/12 8:57 P

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WHITEANGEL, A couple of people said they haven't seen these so I looked at the World Market web site and couldn't find them on that. I know they are new to the store I go to in Peoria, AZ because I go there every 2-3 weeks to buy coffee and saw them for the first time back by the international foods. I did some investigating and the company that makes them has a web site. They are out of Chicago (have been there for 80 years) they do sell retail, and they ship everywhere in the USA EXCEPT Illinois because they are located in that state. Looks like they sell pizza sauces and oils and vinegar and these pizza crusts are a new item. I also noticed they have a lot more varieties of crust you can order - like a olive oil and basil crust, etc. I couldn't find the prices or the quantities you have to buy in (sometime you have to buy a case when ordering foods on line???) but you can check it out if you want. Just Google - Pastorelli Pizza Crust - that's how I found it. emoticon

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6/26/12 7:25 P

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I have not seen these at World Market, but I will be looking for them. We make regular stops there for some of the things they carry that we really like

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6/20/12 5:37 P

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Thanks I will check it out. We make our own usually but these sound good and yup easy. Thanks again

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Donnaeda - I'm in Arizona but I think the World Market stores are all pretty much set up the same. I found them hanging from one of those hooks they put in front of a bunker of shelves by where they have the international foods at the back of the store - near where we grind our coffee. I go to World Market for coffee at least every couple of weeks and I know these are new or believe me, I would have spotted them before because I love pizza. emoticon

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I was just there the other day.................I didn't see it. I will look for it on Friday

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I will have to look for some. Thank you.

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6/20/12 9:53 A

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Good to know, thanks

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6/20/12 2:21 A

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I stumbled upon a good pizza crust at World Market last week. It is Pastorelli Ultra Thin 100% Whole Wheat Pizza Crust made with real olive oil. It has 150 calories in a 2 oz. serving and is low in fat, sugar, and sodium. They come 3 crusts in a resealable bag and it was $4.99. I made one tonight and it was enough for DH and I. I bought the whole wheat crusts but they also had it in a plain (regular) crust. The whole crust is 15 oz. I made a cheese and pepperoni one for DH tonight, but next time I'm going to load it up with veggies - that's my favorite.

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