4 out the 5 pizza restaurants in Colorado are now officially frozen, thanks to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
The state Department of Health and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department say that the Frozen Pizza Company at 1521 West Main Street in Lafayette is the latest to be able to freeze its products.
The pizza chain, which is owned by the same family that owns Papa John’s, will be able freeze all of its products by mid-July.
The frozen pizzas are being sold by Frozen Pizza to the public at a special price.
Those with a valid ID will be eligible for a free pie and a free pizza bag.
There are also a few more pizzas that have been added to the frozen list.
The Pizza Shop at the University of Colorado at Boulder is also selling frozen pizza and other products at a price of $2.99 a slice.
The Frozen Pizza franchise is now open in Aurora, Aurora, Fort Collins, Littleton and the city of Aurora.