Pizzeria Takes Hawaiian Pizza Off The Menu After Customers Vote Bàcaro Pizzeria in Montreal, Canada, took a poll to let its customers settle this matter: Pineapple — yay or nay? Pineapple haters won with 53%. The pizzeria took Hawaiian pizza off the menu.
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Pizzeria Takes Hawaiian Pizza Off The Menu After Customers Vote

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Pizzeria Takes Hawaiian Pizza Off The Menu After Customers Vote

Pizzeria Takes Hawaiian Pizza Off The Menu After Customers Vote

Pizzeria Takes Hawaiian Pizza Off The Menu After Customers Vote

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Bàcaro Pizzeria in Montreal, Canada, took a poll to let its customers settle this matter: Pineapple — yay or nay? Pineapple haters won with 53%. The pizzeria took Hawaiian pizza off the menu.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. If you like pizza, you likely have an opinion on the following - pineapple, yea or nay? Bacaro Pizzeria in Montreal, Canada, took a poll to let its customers settle the matter. And the result - pineapple haters won with 53%, so the pizzeria took Hawaiian pizza off the menu. The people have spoken, said Tommaso Mule, the co-founder of the pizza chain. He said there may be another referendum in four years.

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