Wawa announced in a press release that it has completed the launch of Wawa Pizza in more than 900 of its locations across the Mid-Atlantic and Florida. Wawa started rolling out pizza to select stores in early June.
Wawa Pizza comes in two size options, 14 or 16 inches, and can be ordered in-store via Wawa’s touchscreen kiosks or through the Wawa app. Select stores offer a special, personal-size pizza. All Wawa Pizza is made-to-order using Wawa’s freshly made dough, proprietary pizza sauce and whole milk mozzarella. The pizzas are then baked in dedicated pizza ovens that have been added to most Wawa locations. Currently, Wawa is offering several pizza varieties, including plain, pepperoni, sausage, mushroom and veggie. Expanded options are to come in the future.
“We are absolutely thrilled to launch Wawa Pizza and give our customers another delicious dinner meal option to pair with our expansive selection of other fresh-to-order foods, snacks, drinks and more,” said Mary-Rose Hannum, vice president of fresh food & beverages for Wawa. “Pizza is one of the most beloved foods in America, so we couldn’t be more excited to make it a part of Wawa’s fast-casual-to-go offering and create a restaurant-like experience with our high-quality ingredients, great value and the convenience we’re known for. It’s officially a pizza night at Wawa!”
In 2022, Wawa debuted the Wawa burger and fries. Since then, Wawa has continued to expand the platform with dinner salads, crispy chicken, dinner sides and more.
Prices for Wawa Pizza start at $12.99 per pie. Wawa Pizza will be available from 4 p.m. to 3 a.m. in stores that are open 24 hours.
Wawa has been known for its hoagies and continues to promote that signature offering. Last month it celebrated Hoagiefest for the 15th year.
Nancy Wilson, director of quality assurance, risk management and safety at Wawa, will be one of a handful of food safety experts speaking at this year’s NACS Food Safety Forum. Wilson will share the stage with Amy Costello, director of food safety and quality assurance at Casey’s, and moderator Jeremy Zenlea, director, head of health and safety at EG America, for a panel discussion on their approaches to food safety, how Wawa and Casey’s support their store teams, and the movement toward food safety culture.
Register today at convenience.org/foodsafetyforum today.