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Pizza was introduced to mainstream America by soldiers who had been stationed in Italy during WWII.
When the soldiers returned to America, they brought their taste for pizza with them, and its popularity sky-rocketed. More »
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14 Apr 2008 ... Pizza and pizzerias have been in existence in America, mostly on the east coast, for over 100 years now, however pizza never really took off as ...
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