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Pizza Hut Reformulates Pizzas To Cut Artificial Ingredients, Trans Fats, Sodium

May 26, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Yum! Foods subsidiary Pizza Hut says it is removing all artificial flavors and colors from its pizza line by the end of July. The company is working with suppliers to reformulate its menu following continuous testing to make sure flavors have been preserved. It has already gotten rid of hydrogenated oils (artificial trans fats) and MSG, and has cut sodium levels. Its Nutrition Bold Goal is to reduce sodium content in 20 percent of its pizzas to one-third of the daily recommended dietary allowance by the end of 2020.
"Pizza Hut Announces New Brand Standards For Ingredients", News release, Pizza Hut, May 26, 2015, © Pizza Hut, Inc.
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