Carbohydrate lovers would be better off lining up.
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The Italian national chain Villa Italian Kitchen is launching a new specialty pizza for those who apparently want to eat pizza, but without all the sauce, cheese and toppings.
The brand's new "Just the Crust" pizza seems to be exactly that: the sliced crust and assembled in a box to look like a slice of traditional pizza.
"We know that crust is the favorite part of pizza, so going straight to selling pizza crusts just seemed like the perfect idea," said Mimi Wunderlich, director of communications and digital market, Villa Italian Kitchen.
However, this knowledge might not be as accepted as Villa Italian Kitchen claims.
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According to Twitter, people seem to have more questions about this strange new element – mainly about how society recovers crusts. Some also think that Villa Italian Kitchen could be a joke to customers.
"It looks a little rude, like scabs of people that they have not eaten and put in a box," wrote one person on Instagram.
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"It looks like an April fish," stressed another.
Although some additions have had an impact on some followers on Instagram.
"Yes yes yes," wrote one of them.
"My dream!" Commented another.
"Only if they are drunk," wrote a fan.
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Regardless of the mixed reactions, Villa Italian Kitchen thinks it knows what it knows best and launches its "great biting pleasure" to "pizza enthusiasts" at participating locations starting July 18th at an approximate price of $ 2.75.