Fan-Favorite Buffalo Chicken Pizza Back at Hunt Brothers

LTO combines classic flavors, debuted in 2008
Hunt Brothers LTO Buffalo Chicken Pizza
Photograph courtesy of Hunt Brothers Pizza

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The most popular limited-time offer (LTO) from Hunt Brothers Pizza is back for another go-around.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza, which debuted in 2008, combines all-natural chicken with spicy buffalo wing sauce and ranch dressing.

The trend of chicken atop pizza is one that pizza lovers continue to crave, making this the 14th year Hunt Brothers Buffalo Chicken Pizza will make an appearance, the company said. Over the years, the recipe has remained unchanged, including a special combination of ingredients made to bring spicy and savory flavors together.

Buffalo Chicken Pizza combines Hunt Brothers Pizza’s original crust topped with a mixture of ranch dressing and buffalo wing sauce, a blend of 100% natural part-skim mozzarella and Monterey Jack cheeses, and 100% all-natural chicken breast. The final touch is a sprinkling of Hunt Brothers Pizza’s Just Rite Spice.

“We are thrilled to bring back our most sought-after LTO and look forward to helping our store partners bring back this flavor favorite to their stores, driving both foot traffic and profits,” said Dee Cleveland, director of marketing. “The mix of buffalo and ranch sauces with chicken on top of our classic pizza continues to be incredibly popular among our consumers with many asking when the LTO will be brought back throughout the year.”

Consumers can buy the Buffalo Chicken Pizza as a large 12-inch whole pizza or a Hunk A Pizza, which is one-quarter of a 12-inch pizza, while supplies last.

Family-owned and -operated Hunt Brothers Pizza, with more than 8,000 locations in 30 states, is a leading brand of made-to-order pizza in the c-store industry. It offers original and thin crust pizzas. The company, based in Nashville, Tenn., celebrated 30 years in 2021.

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