Homemade Pizza Club, hailing from northern England, has developed an HFSS (fat, salt and sugar) compliant pizza using brewer’s spent grains.
By leveraging this would-be-waste product, the company was able to develop a pizza with 22% fewer calories, 20% less sodium, twice as much fibre and 14% more protein as a standard pizza.
Homemade Pizza Club founder James Sturdy said the company was inspired to make the new pizza, coined the ‘Salubre’, after trying to balance delicious with nutritious – and sustainable.
“Healthier products are often perceived as a compromise or less of a treat. With the Salubre, we have created a product that we believe offers everything people love about eating a pizza while making it much healthier.”
The Salubre is available in a range of toppings, from nduja to grilled mixed veggies and pesto.