With no artificial ingredients. Gluten free. Made with ancient grains. Certified Gluten-free. Smart facts! Milk from cows not treated with rBGH (The FDA has said there is no significant difference between milk from cows treated with rBGH and untreated cows. No test can now distinguish between milk from treated and untreated cows). No MSG or preservatives. Excellent source of protein and calcium. Free of gluten, egg, soy, and rice. Ancient grains for a modern world. Whole Grain: 9 g or more per serving. Go Texan. Eat smart! What began in Austin, Texas in 2005 as a simple gesture of goodwill to help a friend diagnosed with Celiac disease, has grown into a thriving business that produces a variety of exceptional gluten-free products. Smart Flour is our unique gluten-free flour blend of ancient grains sorghum, amaranth and teff. These whole grains are the cornerstone of our amazingly tasty and nutritious products. Smart Flour is free of gluten/wheat, casein/milk, egg, soy and rice. The ancient grains used in our Smart Flour blend provide vitamins and minerals that are missing from so many other gluten-free products. We are pleased to offer our own fabulous line of frozen pizzas, created from our great tasting Smart Flour curst. Many restaurants across the country are already proudly using our crust as the foundation for great gluten-free pizza. Their loyal customers will tell you, It's the best! At Smart Flour Foods, we won't settle for crumbly, tasteless gluten-free pizza, and neither should you! Be happy! Our Classic Cheese pizza starts with a savory Smart Flour gluten-free pizza crust, pre-baked to perfection. The crust is then slathered with our old-world pizza sauce of vine-ripened tomatoes, olive oil and a precision sprinkling of garlic, basil and oregano. The final step is a generous coating of our mozzarella and provolone cheese medley made from milk certified to be free of the synthetic growth hormone rBGH. It's delicious, nutritious, expeditious - it's the Smart Flour Classic Cheese! Who knew gluten-free pizza could taste this good? Please recycle.