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Pizzeria Bianco gets coveted honor of best pizza

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PHOENIX -

A valley pizza place is getting a lot of recognition after being named the best place in America to get a pie.

Foodandwine.com named the pizza at Pizzeria Bianco "Arguably America's Best."

According to the website, Pizzeria Bianco has beautiful wood fired crusts made with organic flour, and their choice of ingredients is what makes them so good.

The owner of the Pizzeria Bianco is honored -- saying the accolade has been great for his business.

"We've been very blessed over the years to get some attention," says owner Chris Bianco. "And for us it's just been, you know, just work harder, keep doing it. It's important, those people can't eat words, you can't eat recognition and the people here today, we're fortunate enough to come tomorrow you know we owe them."

Bianco says there is a difference in what's good and what tastes good, adding that he uses ingredients that are local and organic.

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