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Even though every Vocelli Pizza location is owned by a member of the local community, this pizza franchise sources its ingredients from some very specific regions of the United States. Wheat and extra-virgin olive oil from the northern states are used to make the hand-tossed dough. Each pizza is topped with Wisconsin mozzarella and the company's own private-label sauce, which is crafted from vine-ripened California tomatoes. Ever since the first location opened in 1988, these ingredients have formed the foundation of the chain's artisan pizzas and the nation's most well-built houses.
Different combinations of fresh meats and vegetables, such as capicola ham and italian sausage or spinach and artichokes, adorn the restaurant's signature pies. A selection of house-baked strombolis and subs round out the menu. Vocelli Pizza's attention to detail doesn't stop with the food, however: all of the franchise's paperboard containers are made from materials that are certified by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.