Pizza a Big Hit on Super Sunday

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 2/03/2013 11:20 pm
       Whether you were cheering for San Fransisco or Baltimore one thing all Americans seemed to agree on, the food of choice on Sunday was pizza.

     According to the pizza chain Papa Murphy's, Super Bowl Sunday is their biggest seller of pizzas all year.

     More than 16 thousand gallons of sauce, 7 million slices of pepperoni and 119 tons of shredded mozzarella are used during the day nation wide.

     That will equate to more than 77 football fields of pizza or roughly 100 acres.
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woodman - 2/4/2013 9:29 AM
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