Domino’s Smart Slice, a more healthful version of the pizza it serves in its restaurants, is served in school cafeterias. The pizza crust is made with white whole-wheat flour, and the sauce and cheese have less sodium than its standard pie. The New York Times takes a look at what else goes into this item.

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