The crust is made from a mixture of 10 grains and probiotics. They do not add sugar, high fructose corn syrup, or hydrogenated oil. They list the nutritional value on their site for a basic cheese pizza on original or thin crust.
The basics: We got 2-10" original crust pizzas with 3 toppings each. One had mushrooms, ham and feta. The 2nd had hamburger, roasted red peppers and feta. The total with tip came to $26.00.
The taste: The spices in the sauce were not too heavy. It was a flavorful sauce and for me it was great there were no tomato pieces since I can not have that. I did not feel like there was a layer of greasy oil on the top of the pizza that needed to be blotted off. We are glad we got the original crust and not the thin. I think the thin would have been too cracker thin. The original crust had a almost nutty taste and not too chewy or 'fiber' tasting. The toppings complimented the sauce and cheese.
Overall: I found the pizza very tasty and satisfying. I had 3 pieces and enjoyed every bite. I really want to try the spinach salad one time.