The aim of this section is to help our customers make informed food choices. In line with this, you will find scientific data, allergy details, general nutritional tips and links to other sites. Pizzaville would like this section to be as interactive as possible so we invite you to send us any nutritional questions, concerns or suggestions you may have.
Pizzaville Announces Participation in Health Check™ Program
Health Check™ is one way the Heart and Stroke Foundation helps Canadians make healthy food choices. Health Check™ provides consumers with a quick visual reference (a symbol) on food packaging and, in a growing number of restaurants, beside healthy menu options. The symbol guarantees the food product or menu item has met specific nutrient criteria developed by the Heart and Stroke Foundation's registered dietitians, based on recommendations in Canada's Food Guide.Learn more about Health Check™
Pizzaville's Health Check™ menu items
Introducing Gluten Free Crust with Flaxseed
Our Gluten-Free crust has ben prepared in a dedicated Gluten-free facility. Our Gluten-Free crust with Flaxseed is high in fibre, gluten-free, transfat free, lactose free, soy free, corn free and wheat free. It does however contain yeast. Due to the nature of our pizza restaurants, the Gluten-free crust will become exposed to items that contain gluten.
Even though precaution has been put in place to prevent cross-contamination, we recommend that you make the final determination on consuming a Gluten-Free Crust Pizza based on the severity of your gluten intolerance
We at Pizzaville have taken the following measures to minimize cross-contamination such as:
1. Using Dedicated utensils solely for Gluten-Free Crust Pizzas.
2. Utensils will be stored in a glass enclosed display to minimize exposure to flour and other gluten ingredients/toppings in the restaurant.
3. Any pizza with a Gluten-Free Crust will be baked on a special screen designated SOLELY for Gluten-Free Crust Pizzas.
Food & Nutrition
Eating well with Canada's Food Guide! Learning more about Eating well with Canada's Food Guide will help you and your family know how much food you need, what types of food are better you, and the important of physical activity in your day.
Pizza is a great way to meet your daily intake of carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables and dairy as prescribed by Eating Well with Canada's Food GuideLearn more about nutrition from Canada's Food Guide
As food allergies continue to be a growing public concern Pizzaville would like to do its best to help those suffering in every way it can. Attached is the letter we provide schools regarding Trans-Fat and Peanut Allergies as well as a brief outline of some of the allergies associated with some of our most popular products. This list is intended as a general guide and is not all inclusive and thus we strongly recommend that any specific allergenic concerns be addressed directly to a supervisor in our call center at (416) 736-3636 or via email inquiry which can be made through our comment section found on this page.