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Our Vision ...and mission

Food has the power to prevent many of the diseases we experience today, so it makes sense to modify our recipes to use them to our advantage, not only to heal but restore our bodies too.

There is scientific evidence that fibre plays a significant role in our digestive health, the gut-brain axis is real so food affects our moods.

Due to my son's wellbeing issues, we took on the challenge to develop a different type of pizza crust, as an alternative to traditional pizza, our mission was to reverse one of the ugliest side effects of eating pizza by creating an easy-to-digest, light, crispy, extra filling, protein-rich, high-fibre and still delicious pizza crust, in simple words use this food to keeps our digestion system healthy,

Prioritizing natural or minimally processed foods like Quinoa, wholegrain, cornmeal flour, etc. can help us to stay healthy, we have no doubt, that you can still have a fantastic meal out without feeling guilty or regretful the next day.

At Dan&Angel we passionately believe in innovation, because small ideas mean BIG changes 

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Questions & Answers

Q: What is the real benefits of choosing QUINOA -WHOLEGRAIN pizzas?

A: While refined, low in fibre white flour and cheese are the best combination to clog your guts, however, fibre from QUINOA, CORNMEAL, and WHOLEGRAIN flour, which are the main ingredients of our pizzas bases, produce the opposite effect, beside this helps to feed, grow, and sustain healthy bacteria in your intestines.

Q: Are our pizzas gluten-free?

A: They are NOT, while QUINOA AND CORNMEAL are gluten-free, we still use WHOLEGRAIN flour.

Q: Does OUR pizzas make you gain weight?

A: NOBased on widely known research, plant-based foods, such as our D&A Halloumi Mediterranean, Goat Cheese Mediterranean, Vegan, Mushroom PIZZA, etc. are extremely high in fiber and low in calories, which is one of the safest ways to eat healthy and to lose weight.

Q: Does OUR pizzas contain NUTS?

A: NOour pizzas don't contain nuts?

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