Frozen pizza is not a medium known for its quality. DiGiorno is rarely better than serviceable, and most other such pies are similar: the convenience of the gimmick far outweighs any concern for how the pizza actually tastes. Publix's own GreenWise house brand, though, has done something remarkable.
That's right: it's a frozen pizza that actually tastes like a pizza one might have at a normal restaurant. It's easily prepared, small and easy to eat, and miles above most of its class. Granted, the Publix pizza has its problems. Its thinness sometimes detracts from the flavor, it has to be cut by hand, and the limited quantity of pizza tends to leave a consumer hungry.
What Publix has done, though, cannot be understated. For a frozen pizza, it knocks the competition out of the running, and that alone makes it worthy of my thorough recommendation.