TEMPE, ARIZ. — Consumers seeking alternative plant-based pizza crust now have another option with the nationwide roll-out of Spinato’s Fine Foods’ Broccoli Crust pizza.

The pizza, which launched in October 2018, is available in four varieties: Mediterranean supreme; primavera; aged asiago, romano, mozzarella; and Margherita with slow-roasted tomatoes.

“Grocery stores are seeing a great demand for plant-based pizza alternatives, and not just with cauliflower,” said Anthony Spinato, co-founder and president of Spinato’s. “After tasting our broccoli crust pizza, consumers are just as excited about our products as we are. We are thrilled that more shoppers nationwide will now be able to give our pizzas a try.”

The pizzas are certified gluten-free, MSG-free and trans-fat-free. They have a suggested retail price of $8.99 per 14-oz pizza, and will be available in more than 2,000 grocery stores, including Albertsons, Safeway and Sprouts.