|Product type||Frozen pizza and pizza products|
|Previous owners||Rose and Jim Totino (Totino's)
Jeno's Inc. (Jeno's)
Rose Totino and her husband, Jim, founded a take-out pizzeria in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1951. They later expanded it to a full-service restaurant, which moved in 2007 and closed in 2011. They also founded a frozen-pizza manufacturing company. The Totinos eventually sold the frozen pizza business to the Pillsbury Company, where Rose Totino was named a vice-president. The Totino's brand was acquired by General Mills with its purchase of Pillsbury.
Separately, Jeno Paulucci developed a series of food businesses starting in the late 1940s, including the Chun King line of Chinese foods. After selling Chun King in 1966, he founded Jeno’s Inc. in 1968, where he developed Pizza Rolls, a type of egg roll filled with pizza ingredients. In 1985, Paulucci sold his Jeno's Pizza Rolls brand to Pillsbury for $135 million.
The Jeno's line of pizza rolls was rebranded as Totino's in 1993. Totino's and Jeno's products are manufactured in Wellston, Ohio. The brands produce about 1.4 million pizzas a day and sell an average of about 240 million each year. Pizza rolls are also manufactured.
- Totino's Big Party Pizza: Cheese, Pepperoni
- Totino's Party Pizza: Canadian style bacon, Cheese, Classic pepperoni, Triple Pepperoni, Combination, Hamburger, Pepperoni, Pepperoni trio, Sausage, Supreme, Three cheese, Three meat
- Totino's Family Size Pizza: Pepperoni, Cheese, Combination, Sausage
- Totino's Pizza Rolls snacks: Cheese, Cheesy taco, Combination, Pepperoni, Pepperoni trio, Sausage, Supreme, Triple cheese, Triple meat, Nacho Cheese, Buffalo Chicken, Spicy Taco
- Totino's Pizza Stuffers: Pepperoni, Cheese, Combination
- Totino's Pizza Chips: Pepperoni
- Jeno's Crisp 'N Tasty Pizza: Pepperoni, Cheese, Combination, Supreme
Health and nutrition issues
Totino's products contain cheese substitutes made with hydrogenated oil. Totino's products have been criticized for their high amount of trans fat and sodium. In 2011, Consumer Reports rated Totino's as "only fair for nutrition" because of "high total fat and trans fat and low fiber."  By at least October 2013, packaging on Totino's brand pizza now indicates 0 trans fat per serving.
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