Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza Back at Hunt Brothers

7th LTO for popular recipe offered in two options
Hunt Brothers LTO Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza
Photograph courtesy of Hunt Brothers Pizza

NASHVILLE, Tenn. One of the most popular limited-time offers (LTO) on the Hunt Brothers Pizza menu, Chicken Bacon Ranch, is back on the menu until supplies last.

This specialty pizza, marking its seventh LTO, is a combination of ranch sauce, all-natural chicken breast, a blend of 100% natural part-skim mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, bacon pieces and a sprinkling of the company’s signature Just Rite Spice.

“Our LTOs are created for easy preparation to fit seamlessly into our store partners’ current Hunt Brothers Pizza program so that they can offer an exciting new item with ease,” said Dee Cleveland, director of marketing at Hunt Brothers Pizza, which celebrated 30 years in July. “Whether it’s a brand-new LTO or a flavor favorite, like Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza, these specialty offers continue to provide c-stores with the opportunity for increased foot traffic and boosted sales.”

This pizza is offered in two options, a made-to-order large 12-inch whole pizza or a grab-and-go Hunk A Pizza (one-quarter of a 12-inch pizza).

Hunt Brothers in April brought back its Chicken Alfredo Pizza for a second year and started 2021 by rolling out the Buffalo Chicken Pizza for the 14th time in a limited capacity.

Family-owned and -operated Hunt Brothers Pizza, with more than 7,800 locations in 30 states, is a leading brand of made-to-order pizza in the c-store industry. Hunt Brothers Pizza offers original and thin crust pizzas.

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