“I’d love to have a pizza every day,” said Barto, a pizza delivery driver in Chicago.
“I really want it to taste good, and I think the best pizza in the world is usually the best.”
The pizzas have been popular for generations, and for generations they’ve also served as a symbol of the country’s economic strength.
The pizza was invented in Naples, Italy, in 1625.
Its origins are shrouded in mystery.
Pizza is often referred to as the nation’s “bread,” and the Italians had a reputation for their baking.
The Italians had also developed the technique of making pies from scratch, and they invented the technique for baking bread in 1636.
Pizza also is a staple of American restaurants, which have long used it in pies and other baked goods.
For decades, the pizza industry in America has thrived.
But it has also suffered from competition.
The most popular pizzas in America are made in China, a country that is home to more than 30% of the world’s pizza.
That has put the U.S. economy at risk.
Pizza has long been the world center of the pizza trade, with about 3.5 million square feet of retail space, according to industry trade group the Pizza Association.
That number is expected to jump by at least 2 million square foot to nearly 6.5 billion by 2025, according the Pizza Industry Association.
The U.K. has more than 1 million square miles of pizza, the Pizza Group says.
A U.N. panel this week urged countries to set limits on the number of pizza factories, citing an increase in the number, use and growth of food safety and food-borne illness.
Pizza industry leaders said that restrictions would help them avoid bottlenecks.
But they also warned that they could put pressure on consumers to stop buying and eating the pizza.
“If people are not eating pizza, they will stop buying it,” said Tom Cavanagh, chief executive of the American Pizza Institute.
“We can’t keep up with the demand for pizza in America.”