DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- – Better4U Foods, a food company that produces all natural gluten free and thin crust pizzas, has announced that Whole Foods Markets will begin selling their frozen pizzas in Florida stores beginning this month. Whole Foods Market, which will have 18 Florida stores by end of month, has over 300 stores nationwide and is considered to be a leader in the natural and organic foods supermarket industry.
"Selling into Whole Foods Market is a terrific accomplishment for any natural product," says Jack Lotker, Better4U Foods Founder and CEO. "We're confident that Whole Foods' consumers will appreciate that our pizzas have the right mix of great taste and superior nutritionals (dramatically lower than the competition in calories, fat and sodium)."
Better4U produces four varieties of wood fired thin crust pizza: Four Cheese, Roasted Vegetable, Uncured Pepperoni and Mediterranean. The wood fired pizzas contain 8 whole grains and 19g of whole grains per serving. The company also makes five varieties of gluten free pizza, produced in Better4U Foods' Gluten Free Certified Facility, certified by the GFCO (Gluten Free Certification Organization). The gluten free multigrain crust contains 8g of whole grains per serving. The gluten free varieties are: Gluten Free Four Cheese, Gluten Free Uncured Pepperoni, Gluten Free Roasted Vegetable, Gluten Free Mediterranean and Dairy Free Gluten Free Roasted Vegetable.
About Better4U Foods
Better4U Foods is headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida and maintains a certified gluten free facility in Ontario, Canada. The company is dedicated to using the freshest ingredients available and selling products that taste better and are better nutritionally. All natural Better4U frozen pizzas are high in protein, fiber and complex carbohydrates and low in calories, sodium and fat. All Better4U pizzas are made free from artificial preservatives. To learn more, visit the Better4U Foods website, Facebook page or follow @Better4UFoods on Twitter.
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