Fresh Brothers Hides Veggies in Pizza Sauce While Creating a Stir with the Cast of "The Doctors" TV Show.

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On Wednesday, January 18th, "The Doctors" TV show will feature Fresh Brothers, a family-owned chain of pizzerias located in Southern California. Fresh Brothers sauce, the "Fresh Kids Special," is jam packed with veggies that are finely ground up into tiny pieces. Kids don't know that they are eating veggies, but their moms do!

As the food fight continues in Congress about whether or not the tomato paste served on school lunch pizza can be considered a true serving of vegetables, Fresh Brothers, a chain of Southern California pizzerias, is being lauded for one special menu item called the "Fresh Kids Special."

The Fresh Kids Special is a pizza sauce mixed with a blend of five fresh veggies that are ground up into tiny pieces as small as a piece of minced garlic. The kids don't know that they are eating veggies, but smart moms do!

On Wednesday, January 18th, "The Doctors" the team of doctors debates the merits of pizza on the school lunch menu, and whether or not tomato sauce can be considered a serving of vegetables within school lunches. During the discussion, Fresh Brothers pizzas topped with the Fresh Kids Special are served to the Doctors and happy audience members. Even adults enjoy Fresh Brothers healthy pizza!

Fresh Brothers Founder & CEO, Adam Goldberg, said "The Fresh Kids Special is really tasty, and its really stealth. It's become a staple for moms ordering pizza from each of our stores. It's an easy add-on, just like pepperoni."

Lisa Vitale, a Fresh Brothers customer and mother of five-year old twins, said "My kids hate vegetables. The Fresh Kids Special makes it easy for me to ensure they are getting more nutrition. They think they are just eating pizza. And it shall remain that way!"

Fresh Brothers has been voted "Best Pizza" in L.A. three years in a row. RedTri's readers recently voted Fresh Brothers "The Most Awesome Kid-Friendly Restaurant."


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