REUTERS/Danny Moloshok Papa John's founder John Schnatter told hosts of the "H3 Podcast," that he did not actually eat 40 pizzas in 30 days, a claim he made in November.  The founder said he was simply "inspecting" the pizzas, taste-testing slices.  Schnatter was ousted from the company after using the n-word in a company conference call in 2018.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Papa John's Pizza founde...

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