Passport Pizza Serves Award Winning Hand-Crafted Pizzas With Fresh Ingredients & Dough Made Daily. Also Offering Chicken Wings, Sandwiches, Pastas, Ribs, Salads & Gluten-Free Options.
Try Our Original Hand-Tossed, Detroit Style, Italian Style Deep Dish, Chicago Style Or Thin Crust Pizzas.
With Multiple Metro-Detroit Locations, Serving Macomb, Oakland & St. Clair Counties.
Open For Lunch & Late Night.
Catering & Corporate Food Service Available.
We are a family owned and operated business. Passport Pizza has evolved to what it is today from ongoing training and development of our food. Our Founder purchased his first pizza place in the 70's, called Dino's Pizza. He was also the founder of Pizza 1 in the 80's. Mike & Sue founded Pizza-N-More in the 90's. Since then, Passport Pizza has won the NRA Good Neighbor Award. Serving as a conduit for restaurants, vendors and grocery stores donating leftover food to nonprofits, shelters, pantries and soup kitchens throughout Macomb County. Our values are our people, our team members, customers
COMMITMENT TO QUALITY
It is the policy of Passport Pizza to meet or exceed our obligations under current law in respect to food safety, both State and Federal, in Michigan. The quality system of Passport Pizza focuses on the delivery of safe quality foods and products to our customers.
Management and staff are committed to implement a food safety plan that defines the minimum standards for all of our processes and follows a series of written procedures that will give you, our customers, confidence in our products and services.
We believe that our success will be achieved by:
The managers of the business leading by example
All staff members playing their part in achieving high standards of food safety
Providing ongoing training and education of all staff
Adherence to documentation procedures
Constantly reviewing and improving our food safety plan
Helping communities is equally as important as delivering great service to our customers. Passport Pizza being in the food industry has the ability to do wonderful things for the less fortunate.
Donating food is just one way we can help.
We partner with charities & non-profit organizations to strengthen the society around us.
The ultimate success is bringing happiness through our platform. Passport Pizza has helped to pass House Bill 4017.
It essentially began the relationship between Michigan neighborhood restaurants with organizations to reduce waste and provide meals who truly need them.
We continue to help with providing food for about 2,000 people a week through meals we prepare and pantries we support.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Passport Pizza in Macomb County, Was The Driving Force Behind House Bill 4017. The legislation, amends the Michigan Food Law of 2000 to provide immunity from criminal and civil liability to certain persons donating food to non-profit organizations which then distribute the food.
The legislation represents necessary progress for a cause to which Passport Pizza has made their mission. In 2014, Passport Pizza won the National Restaurant Association’s prestigious “Restaurant Neighbor Award” for their role as a conduit for restaurants, vendors, and grocery stores to donate leftover food that Passport Pizza then distributes to non-profits, shelters, and soup kitchens throughout Macomb County.
Passport Pizza takes pallets of food that may only have a three day shelf life and distributes that food to local partners who can immediately give it to those who need it most. Passport Pizza’s relationships extend to a broad span of business leaders, non-profits, and community based organizations to help countless people, including youth, families, students, churches, single mothers, and the homeless.
“Over 1.6 million people in Michigan are food insecure, meaning they don’t know where their next meal is coming from or when. I feel blessed to be able to play a role in addressing that need in Macomb County, but our efforts have hit a wall that has nothing to do with food supply,” said Sue LaTour, CEO of Passport Pizza. “The food is available, but company policies designed to avoid legal liability limit the scope and type of food available, which in turn limits what we can distribute to those in need. This legislation will go a long way to address that shortfall and provide a balanced meal for those that need it most.”
Under Michigan HR 4017, a retail food establishment, farmer, wholesaler, wholesale processor, distributor, or other person who donates food for use or distribution by a non-profit organization would not be subject to any criminal or civil liability resulting from the nature, age, condition, or packing of the food. The exception would be if the donor knew, or reasonably should have known, when the food wad donated that it was adulterated or not fit for human consumption.
“Sue LaTour and Passport Pizza are the embodiment of a giving spirit present in so many community restaurants across the state,” said MRA President and CEO Brian DeBano. “Restaurants are often the first to step up when someone in their community needs help, and in Sue’s case, she knows she can help end hunger in her community.