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Pizza Rolls are a frozen snack product inspired by Asian egg rolls, but made with pizza ingredients. Invented by Jeno Paulucci in 1968, Paulucci later sold his Jeno's Pizza Rolls line to the Pillsbury Company for more than $140 million. Pillsbury later sold the brand to General Mills, who rebranded it under their Totino's line in 1993.
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