Pizza Night with Newman’s Own

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Newman’s Own. All opinions are 100% mine.

Friday night is pizza night at our house, and we all absolutely love it.  We eat yummy pizza, then snuggle up on the couch to watch a movie. It’s a tradition that’s been going on for many years, and it’s a great way to spend time together and unwind after a busy and hectic week.  The kids also love the fact that they get to stay up late!

This past week we tried a new pizza by Newman’s Own. I was happy because I could pick up Three Cheese and Pepperoni for the kids, and the delightful Margherita with tomatoes for the adults. They’re not tomato fans, but I sure am!

It was quickly declared to be “the best pizza in the whole world”, and I was asked if we “could please have it every week”.  That’s pretty high praise coming from my little pizza gurus!

I love Newman’s Own pizza for several other reasons. They’re made from all natural and high quality ingredients, starting with a multi-grain crust.  As a mom, it makes me happy that we can have yummy pizza that the kids love, but I’m giving them something that’s good for them too.

Did you know that 100% of Newman’s Own profits go to charity? That’s more than $400 million dollars over 30 years!  They strive for great taste and quality, while promoting charity and doing good. It all started in 1982 by Paul Newman, with parchment labels going on bottles filled with his very own homemade salad dressing. I love that I can make a difference for others, while feeding my own children a delicious, high quality meal.

We will definitely be buying Newman’s Own Pizza again! You can find more information on Newman’s Own Facebook and Newman’s Own BuzzFeed Page.

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  1. Thanks for the post! I wasn’t aware that all of the profits go to charity – that is good to know, and definitely makes a difference for me in purchasing decisions.

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