The UK’s favourite pizza toppings have been revealed, and the results may surprise you.
Those lovely lot at Goodfella’s Pizza polled the nation to find out what we love best on top of a pizza.
And some food fans may be surprised that the classic Margherita didn’t come out on top.
The survey found that pepperoni is the nation’s favourite pizza topping, with a resounding 30% of the vote.
Some may be shocked to learn that the traditional Neapolitan Margherita only came in third place in the poll, with 23% of the vote.
It was beaten to second place by barbecue chicken, which racked up an impressive 29% of the vote.
Controversially, the classic Hawaiian pizza, topped with ham and pineapple came in fourth place (23%).
This seems to prove that despite many claiming to detest pineapple on pizza, a lot of Brits clearly love it.
Finishing up the top five was the meatball pizza, with 16% of the vote.
The rest of the top ten were Quattro Formaggio (four cheese) pizza finishing, with 14%, calzone (12%), prosciutto ham (11%), Fiorentina (spinach and egg) with 10% and Diavolo (hot and spicy) with 6%.
Talking about the research, spokesperson for Goodfella’s Pizza, said: “Our research indicates that the perfect pizza continues to be an important area of discussion for Brits, and we can now reveal that the nation’s best loved pizza is the classic pepperoni.
“With people spending so much time at home, we’ve seen a big increase in demand for frozen pizza and our sales are up 16% compared to last year.
“We’ve also noticed a shift in customer behaviour, as many people are having pizza for a quick and tasty lunch – but are also being more experimental with their topping choices.”
Goodfella’s added: “Saying that, we’re not surprised to see pepperoni topping the nation’s favourite list, as our Stonebaked Thin Pepperoni Pizza has long been a best seller.”
According to the 2,000 Brits surveyed, 11% were adamant that sweetcorn has no place on a pizza, while 15% said the biggest pizza topping crime was adding kebab meat.
So what is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below.