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Cali'flour Foods on SheKnows

A Complete Ranking of the Best Frozen Pizzas

Cali'flour Foods' is listed as one of the best frozen pizzas on SheKnows! They reference how our crusts are"not only a healthier alternative to frozen pizzas, but they also have hundreds of positive reviews...on Amazon!"

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Cali'flour Foods Expands!

Cali'flour Foods expands to Walmart locations nationwide, more Kroger locations

This July, Cali’flour Foods—the original low carb, gluten-free cauliflower crust pizza maker—is launching into Walmart locations nationwide and expanding its existing Kroger footprint. 

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Thrive Global: Surviving to Thriving!

Amy Lacey, the Californian entrepreneur and autoimmune activist, on how changing her diet helped save her life.

— Published on August 5, 2019

Amy Lacey, the founder of Cali’flour Foods, was diagnosed with Lupus in 2010, becoming one of 50 million people suffering from an autoimmune disease in the United States. Prior to her diagnosis, her Friday evenings consisted of pizza and game nights with her family — but oftentimes, she’d wake up the next morning in pain.

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Eat This Not That Talks Pizza and Cali'flour!

Is Pizza Healthy? A Registered Dietitian Reveals the Truth About Your Favorite Food


Cali’flour Foods cauliflower crust is an undeniably smart choice for your health! It includes three simple ingredients: fresh cauliflower, mozzarella, and egg whites. Not to mention, one serving is only 90 calories and 2 grams of carbs, which means it will easily fit within your healthy eating lifestyle.

So yes, pizza can be healthy, especially when done the Cali’flour way! Moderation and balance are always the key!

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Cali'flour Foods Featured in Food Processing

5 Disruptors to Watch in the Food Industry: Cali’flour

A lot of people want or need, to cut back on carbs. And almost everyone could stand to eat more vegetables. How’s this for a twofer: making pizza crust out of vegetables.

Cali’flour Foods got its start when Amy Lacey didn’t want to give up pizza for family game night despite being compelled by an illness to change her diet. Needing to consume more vegetables, the mother of three tried out recipes for pizza crust made from mashed cauliflower with the help of her then grade-school daughter.

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