While you may be surprised that we included a food product in our reviews, since many techies eat a lot of pizzas, and many techies are also vegetarians, this seemed like a fitting discontinued product to support and quickly find a suitable substitute for our readers.
Kroger recently discontinued one of their most awesome organic pizzas, Spinach & Feta Pizza, which had a fantastic taste for a quick and simple pizza, or you could add your own ingredients to make it your own customized pizza.
According to a Kroger employee, the company replaced their discontinued Spinach & Feta Pizza with their new Greek Style Vegetable Pizza. In our tasters’ opinions, the Greek Style Vegetable Pizza has an ultra thin cardboard-tasting crust, a weird slimy white liquid on top even after baking it for maximum time (13 minutes at 400 degrees) until the crust was golden brown, very salty olives, and indigestion causing onions.
Why did Kroger not keep their Spinach & Feta Pizza on the shelves alongside the new Greek Style Vegetable Pizza so consumers could vote with their purchases as to which tastes best? Seems like another corporate decision without considering the desires of large numbers of consumers who, in our area of the country, would buy so many Kroger Spinach & Feta Pizzas that they would be the first to disappear from the Kroger shelves.
Kroger’s discontinued Spinach & Feta Pizza provided a great base for consumers to add the ingredients that suited their vegetarian, or other selective dietary needs. Their substitute does not provide this option.
If any of our readers know of a suitable substitute for Kroger’s discontinued Spinach & Feta Pizza, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject: Substitute for Discontinued Kroger Spinach & Feta Pizza. We will then share your suggested choices in this article.