Niman Ranch partners with Miami-based pizzeria

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Harry's Pizzeria will be topping its pizzas with Niman Ranch meats.
 
MIAMI – Miami-based Harry’s Pizzeria has partnered with Niman Ranch to bring its responsibly sourced beef and pork products to Harry’s menu. Pizza toppings including hot soppressata, shredded pulled pork shoulder, braised short rib, meatballs and bacon from Niman Ranch will be available at the pizza chain’s three South Florida locations.

“Harry’s is about much more than pizza,” said James Beard Award-winning Chef Michael Schwartz. “We are committed to building community and a genuine experience for our guests, and this is a perfect way for us to check all those boxes. It feels good to support independent American family farmers who raise their livestock without antibiotics or added hormones. Not only can we stand behind a product that is top-quality and tastes amazing, but we’re able to work with a supplier that shares our passion for doing the right thing.”

Harry’s Pizzeria will hold a family-style dinner co-hosted by Chef Schwartz and Niman Ranch’s family farmer advocate, Sarah Willis, at the original Harry’s Pizzeria in the Miami Design District on Wednesday, Sept. 27 at 7 pm. Tickets are available through harryspizzeria.com for $89.

“We are proud to have Niman Ranch showcased on Harry’s delicious pizza,” said Jeff Tripician, Niman Ranch general manager. “The folks at Harry’s, under the vision of Chef Schwartz, serve up terrific dishes that are a perfect pairing for our meat, not to mention our company values. We’re proud to be associated and a part of such a progressive chef-centered enterprise that cares deeply about where their food comes from.”

Chef Schwartz’s Neighborhood American Pizzeria, named one of the top 25 pizzerias in America by Food & Wine Magazine, has plans to expand to 20 restaurants by 2020. The chain will add restaurants in Miami Beach, Aventura and Sunrise, Florida, as well as its first out-of-state locations in Cleveland and Atlanta. 

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