Menu FAQ

Still have some questions? Can´t find your answers on our website? No worries – it happens! Here are some answers to a few asks we often receive.

  • Does your pizza contain peanuts or peanut oil?

    No. Peanut and/or peanut oil is not used in the manufacture of any of our products. However, some of Pizza Pizza’s ingredients are processed in plants of third party suppliers who also process nut products in the same plants. Although these suppliers practice strict sanitation procedures and preventative measures for cross-contamination, Pizza Pizza cannot guarantee that all of our products are 100% nut-free.

  • Do you have information on peanuts or nuts?

    The allergen & ingredient lists are available on our website. None of the foods on the menu contain peanuts or nuts and Pizza Pizza always strives to choose menu items that do not contain peanuts or nuts.


    Note: Pizza Pizza is unable to provide a guarantee of “100% peanut-free”. Pizza Pizza is a restaurant environment, serving foods that are not in sealed packages. Therefore, we unfortunately cannot guarantee a 100% allergy-free environment. If you have a food allergy, please be aware that Pizza Pizza products may have come into contact with possible allergens.

  • Does your cheese contain enzyme(s) derived from animal source?

    Our mozzarella and goat cheese contain microbial enzyme that is derived from non-animal source.

    Our cheese blend, feta, provolone and parmesan cheese contain lipase originates from animal source.

  • Is there egg in your pizzas?

    Only pizza with meatball topping has egg in it. All other pizza does not contain egg as an ingredient.  

  • How do you prepare your gluten free crust?

    Our premade gluten free crust is prepared, cooked and cut with dedicated utensils. It does not require dusting flour. We offer many gluten free toppings. Please refer to our ingredient and allergen lists for gluten information. If you have  a food allergy or intolerance, please be aware that Pizza Pizza products may have come into contact with possible allergens. Pizza Pizza is a restaurant environment, serving foods that are not in sealed packages. Therefore, we unfortunately cannot guarantee a 100% allergy-free environment.