Which country is better at creating and exporting its own pizza?

When it comes to pizza, the United States has a strong hand, according to new data from the pizza company Papa John’s.

Papa John’s, the world’s biggest pizza maker, released its 2016 Pizza Portfolio on Tuesday, which ranked the 10 countries that produce the most pizza and exported the most pizzas to the world.

The top 10 countries are:United States: 1.

New York, NY, USA.

France: 1, Denmark, Denmark.

Germany: 2, Netherlands, The Netherlands.

Italy: 3, Italy, Italy.UK: 4, Belgium, Belgium.

Norway: 5, Norway, Norway.

Canada: 6, Canada, Canada.

France, Germany, Italy: 8, Italy and the Netherlands.

The data also revealed that the United Kingdom is the only country in the world that does not export pizza to other countries.

The United Kingdom’s export of pizzas from other countries is a major source of its income.

The country’s Pizza Portfolios data shows that its exports are $14 billion annually.

The UK exported $2.9 billion worth of pizzis in 2016, which means that, on average, the UK exports over $5 million worth of pizza per year.

This is in addition to the $2 billion that the UK exported in total in 2016.

Pizza is the most consumed food product in the UK, with the average Briton consuming 4.3 pizzas per day.

The U.S. is second, with an average of 4.2 pizzas a day, followed by Canada with 3.6 pizzas.

Germany and Italy are the only other countries in the top 10 that do not export any pizza to the U.K.

While the U, S. and the U-K are the countries that do export pizza, most pizza exports are to Europe, China, Japan and India.

The U.k. exported over $1 billion worth in pizza in 2016 and is the top export market for the U U.A.E., which has the highest per capita pizza consumption in the EU, and Italy.

The pizza exports from Italy, the European Union, China and Japan are a significant portion of Italy’s total revenue, according the Pizza Portraits data.

In 2016, the U., S. had the second highest pizza export volume of all 10 countries, behind only China.

Italy exported over 2.7 billion pizzas, which made it the fourth most important export market, behind Germany, according data from Pizza Portrait.

The average export value of the Italian pie is $3.5 million.

Italy is the third most important market for U. S. exports of pizza after Germany, followed closely by the U A.E. and India, according Pizza Portaits data.

The top 10 most important markets for U S exports of pizzameters pizza in 2015 were China, Germany and Japan.

The next 10 most significant markets are India, United Kingdom, Australia, Australia and France.

The Pizza Portabilities data also showed that the U S exported a total of $7.4 billion worth pizza in the last two years, which makes it the largest export market in the U .


Paprika, a pizza-making region in Italy, has been the country’s top export producer in recent years, according a report from Euromonitor International.

Euromonitor reported that the region, which produces the Sicilian-style pizzas that are widely consumed across Europe, had a revenue of $3 billion in 2016 compared to $2 trillion in 2014.