Asda launches a HEART shaped PIZZA for Valentine’s Day!

by Jane McGuire |
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Whatever you’re planning on doing this Valentine’s Day, nothing says I love you like a heart shaped pizza!

First came the heart shaped crumpets, and now Asda are bringing you a Love Heart Pizza in time for Valentine’s Day! Available from the pizza counters in Asda stores, the special shaped pizzas are available in five different flavours:

  • Cheese Meltdown

  • Pepperoni Feast

  • Very Veggie Supreme

  • American Sizzler

  • Mighty Meat Feast

For that extra special surprise for the cheese to your tomato, in select Asda stores you can even create your own pizza topping!

Katherine Tunnicliffe, Pizza Product Development Manager at Asda said: ‘We are, without doubt, a nation of pizza lovers, with the teatime treat recently named the most popular choice for Brits. Our Heart Shaped Pizza is the ideal meal to further this love for our favourite doughy dish, sure to steal hearts this Valentine’s Day.’

Starting from £2, Asda’s Love Heart Pizzas are available now.

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