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When we set out to create a new frozen pizza brand, we started by asking ourselves one question: what kind of pizza is our kind of pizza?

So, we got our own digs, decided the only rule was “no same old same old,” and travelled the country eating pizza. Lots of pizza.

We tasted every flavor of truffle-dusted pizza du jour you can imagine.  But the ones we really loved -— the slices we daydreamed about —- weren’t from the sea of Neapolitan knockoffs.  They were the lesser-known regional styles from places that reminded us of our hometowns.

While Italy may be the birthplace of pizza, the US reinvented it. Over and over and over again.

These off-the-grid hole-in-the-wall pizza joints weren’t in New York or Chicago. But they served distinct styles that had one thing in common. They tasted damn good.

Outsiders Pizza was born to celebrate these under-respected regional styles. Because damn good pizza can come from anywhere.

Outsiders: Damn Good





Where can I find you?

Head over to our product locator to see if we’re in a freezer aisle near you.  If not, contact us and let us know if we should be!

Where is the box?

We are committed to the environment and by using the minimum amount of packaging and cardboard, we can show off our best features!

Where is your restaurant?

We’re frozen aisle only – but don’t be surprised if your taste buds get confused.

Where can I access more allergen information?

Dietary and allergy information can be found by visiting the nutritional information sections on each product page.

Where do you source your ingredients?

We work very closely with trusted suppliers to ensure only the best ingredients like Peppadew Peppers and WI Brick Cheese get to sit atop our damn good pizza.

Who owns Outsiders?

We are part of Foundry Foods, an innovation incubator backed by Nestlé USA designed to support small, emerging brands.