The most popular pizza toppings found across a regional publisher’s portfolio have been revealed in a project by the company’s central data unit.
Trinity Mirror’s data unit, based in Manchester, compiled the lists determining which types of pizza are most widely available in each area of the country.
The unit used data from the online service Just Eat, which allows users to browse menus and order takeaways through its website, to collection the information.
Localised information was then shared with all of Trinity Mirror’s regional titles.
In Coventry, Hawaiian pizza was the most widely available with 282 outlets offering the ham and pineapple combinations.
Meanwhile, the Echo reported seafood pizzas topped the charts, with 138 takeaways serving it on Merseyside.
The unit was founded in 2013 and has previously worked on projects including an annual guide to schools across its papers’ patches, and localised ‘reader manifestos’ ahead of MAy’s General Election.