Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Archer Farm's Pizza from Target

I was intrigued by the Archer Farms Pizza from Target. Goat's cheese, spinach, tomatoes--right up my Italian alley. This pizza is imported from Italy and only cost $4.99 (but is on sale this week for $4). I was pleasantly surprised at how well it tasted. The ingredients tasted fresh and the crust was light. In addition, it has very little "junk" added to it--I guess in Italy, they don't feel the need to process everything they make! I give this an A for a frozen pizza!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I agree. I have my freezer stocked with the spinach and goat cheese individual pizzas. I also like the Archer Farms appetizers (i.e. Lobster rangoon, portobello mushroom purses) A taste of luxury at home without going out to a restaurant and paying 3x the price

Anonymous said...

These are my favorite pizzas, I have tried the goat cheese and spinach, the four cheese, the margherita and the mediterranean. They are all good and I love that the crust is thin, and they have no weird ingredients, just flour, cheese and vegetables, like they are meant to be!

Anonymous said...

They are yummy!

Anonymous said...

We just tried the "four cheese" for the first time last night and boy was I shocked. They are hands down the best thing to come out of any freezer case. Nothing like a frozen pizza.

wicky said...

Yes, the goat cheese pizza is very good. I also did a comparison on Archer Farms Margherita Pizza and the new Shop Rite "imported from Italy" pizza, as is Archer Farms. Thinking they were possibly from the same vendor, they can't be. The nutrition labels are quite different. Shop Rite's is superior in taste and the crust tastes like it's from my local pizza guy. If you are in the Northeast, try the Shop Rite pizza and see for yourself.
Rick in NJ Foodiewicky.blogspot.com

Unknown said...

the buffalo cheese margherita was only so so. the cheese may as well been skim milk regular mozzarella and the pizza was quite dry. i am taste testing every frozen pizza i can find anywhere and none are worth raving about.

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