A writer who tried to identify the “better ingredients” in Papa John’s pizza says she was shut down by the company. Melanie Warner from US News And World Report says she was curious about the ingredients Papa John’s has advertised for so long. While packaged product companies have to disclose ingredients, restaurants don’t, Warner writes .
Still, chains like Taco Bell, McDonald’s, and Subway voluntarily provide the information.
Warner went to her local Boulder Papa John’s and asked an employee for more information about the ingredients. He directed her to the company’s website , but ingredients aren’t listed online either.
Finally, Warner left messages with various company representatives but says no one got back to her. She did gain some insight from a worker named Charlie, however, who told her that the company’s “never frozen” mantra is bogus: “We get deliveries in every three days, so nothing that’s in the fridge is more […]
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