Across the globe, Pizza Hut is known for coming up with a variety of quirky innovations and now the Japan chain has created new on-the-go Lunch Pack sandwiches in collaboration with Yamazaki Baking Company. The bread-baking company is one of the largest in the world as they produced about 400 million Lunch Packs with over 150 variations last year.
As most can find cream-filled with fruits or “Paper Tiger” sandwiches around Japan, the duo formed two new flavors based on the pizza chain’s best-selling pies. The Terimayo Chicken Lunch Pack layers chicken filling, teriyaki sauce and cheese mayo sauce in between fluffy white bread slices providing a sweet and spicy experience. For those who prefer a sweet and salty flavor, the Quattro Formage Lunch Pack is stacked with Camembert, mozzarella, Parmesan, and cream cheese filling with a drizzle of maple syrup to bring out the cheesy flavor.
Both Lunch Packs are now available at supermarkets and convenience stores across Japan.