ARTISANAL PRESS — One clear winner has emerged from yesterday’s Super Bowl XLIX showdown: a national vendor called Standard American Dishes (NASDAQ: SAD), that tailors to the vertical market of the fast food pizza-making industry. Yesterday was the first trial run of the latest item in SAD’s catalog, test-marketed for just one day only to consumers via select retail food outlets in various cities across the United States: the Pigskin Turducken Pizza™.
It’s a chicken stuffed inside of a duck, stuffed inside of a real turkey crust, topped with cheese & your favorite toppings, and served with a side of Italian three-meat stuffing — along with your choice of favorite dipping sauces: ranch giblet gravy, buffalo beef juice, barbeque blood curd, or honey mustard smoked salmon paté. All delivered to your door in a box made out of sizzling bacon, in 30 minutes or less, guaranteed.
Sold for a mere suggested retail price of $74.99 (plus toppings), the Pigskin Turducken Pizza™ has smashed all previous records for a successful product trial offering — proving that SAD truly does have its finger on the pulse of the American consumer.
So, where can the average delivery food connoisseur order a Pigskin Turducken Pizza™? Luckily, you’ll soon be able to get it from just about any national pizza chain, anywhere in the country. As it turns out, as far as food product vendors go, pretty much every single restaurant chain in America relies exclusively on the same one.