Pineapple Should Never Be on Pizza

Jadee Shea

 Jadee Shea

Dec. 15 2022

      Pineapple should never be on pizza, it’s bad for your health, Gordon Ramsay himself said it doesn’t belong, and even Italians, the ultimate pizza gods, dislike pineapple on pizza. 

Gordon Ramsay has expressed his distaste towards pineapple on pizza in an interview on tv, but it was recently brought up again on twitter.

First of all he tweeted himself, “Pineapple does not go on top of pizza…” and then once again it was enlightened on the platform when someone posted on a meme page saying pineapple on pizza isn’t that bad to where Ramsay commented, “This is a joke…right?”

If Gordon Ramsay, one of the most famous chefs in the world, says that it doesn’t belong, it’s best to hear him out.

As if this isn’t proof enough, pineapple on pizza is also bad for your health.

Pineapple and tomato are two acidic foods so eating something with that much acidity can cause abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, bloating, heartburn, unexplained weight loss, nausea and vomiting, and decreased appetite.

Do you want to explode your toilet?

Didn’t think so.

Don’t eat pineapple on pizza.

Finally pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza because Italian people even say it doesn’t.

Pizza originated from Italy, so if the people who literally invented pizza say pineapple doesn’t belong on it.

In fact they are said to be offended by the idea, “In Italy, the concept of putting pineapple on a pizza is unheard of. Try ordering a Hawaiian pizza and you’ll be greeted with a look of sheer horror by a flabbergasted waiter.”

If you can’t eat the nasty pizza in Italy, you might as well not eat it at all.

To conclude, pineapple should never go on pizza according to Gordon Ramsay himself, also according to the place of origin, and because it does cartwheels with your insides.