Hunt Brothers Relaunch Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza

Limited-time offer comes in two sizes
Photograph courtesy of Hunt Brothers Pizza

NASHVILLE — Convenience-store pizza distributor Hunt Brothers Pizza has relaunched its Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza limited-time-offering (LTO) for the fifth year in a row, the company said.

The Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza comes in two sizes: a small 3-inch option, also known as a Hunk-a-Pizza, and a large 12-inch variety. The pizza relaunched on July 29 will be available while supplies last at participating retailers that sell Hunt Brothers Pizza. 

“Year after year, our store partners look forward to offering Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza, as it is consistently a fan favorite,” said Dee Cleveland, director of marketing for Hunt Brothers Pizza. “The unique flavors of our LTOs are designed to give our store partners a boost in sales, and with many families traveling during the summer, Chicken Bacon Ranch appeals to both new and longtime customers looking for a convenient, flavorful road trip snack or meal.”

Hunt Brothers’ Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza is topped with white meat chicken breast, crispy bacon, mozzarella and cheddar cheeses, ranch sauce and the company’s flagship Just Rite Spice. The pizza is ideal for consumers seeking a portable option, the company said.

Based in Nashville, Hunt Brothers Pizza offers grab-and-go, customizable thin-crust pizzas at more than 7,800 locations in 28 states. The family-owned company has served the convenience-store industry for nearly 30 years.

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