Cheese Overload! Viral Video Praises Frozen Pizza Aisle
| LAST UPDATE 10/18/2022
Wisconsin is known as America’s Dairyland. The Cheesehead state is one of the nation’s leading dairy producers. Now a viral video is bringing to light a new and hilarious way the state has won over locals - its impressive frozen pizza selection at the grocery store.
It all started when Twitter user @MikeBradleyMKE shared a video on his account documenting the never-ending frozen pizza aisle. It is buck wild! For a full minute, Bradley pushes his grocery cart through the aisle and shows the freezer section that is completely stocked with a variety of frozen pizzas. Once he is done with the aisle, he turns to the right and continues going down another section that is also full of frozen pizza. His caption for the video is simple: “a frozen pizza section in Wisconsin.” And this is unlike anything that people have seen before! It has racked up over 6 million views at this point and has over 100 thousand likes and about 8,000 retweets.
But it seems Wisconsinites are not surprised by the magnitude of this display. In fact, this is normal for them! The state is the biggest consumer of frozen pizzas in the United States. Also, it is where many major frozen pizza brands, like DiGiorno and Tombstone, produce their products. It makes sense that the country’s leading dairy producer would also have a booming frozen pizza business to accompany it. TODAY Food even reached out to the grocery store’s owner to confirm just how many pizzas they actually carry in their story. Clint Woodman, who is the president of Woodman’s Markets, told them that they stock 50 different pizza brands, and their frozen pizza alone occupies about 600 square feet of space in their store.
A frozen pizza section in Wisconsin. pic.twitter.com/YDMOL4b7o3— Michael Bradley (@MikeBradleyMKE) October 13, 2022
That is a whole lot of pizza! And people all over the world have continued to marvel at the video. "This is like one of my mom's texts," one user hilariously joked of the endless selections. "It Just. Keeps. GOING," commented another. One thing we have got to ask: who wants to go for a slice of pizza right now?