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Product Spotlight – April 2016

Gluten-free made easy, Roman-style pizza, modern mixers, custom-designed crusts, perfectly portioned peels and logoed bottle openers




 

Gluten-Free Made Tasty and Easy!

This gluten-free pizza crust mix from Authentic Foods makes a high-quality traditional pizza crust with no eggs, dairy or gums needed. With only water, oil and yeast, this makes dough that’s easy to stretch—great for any pizza style, calzones, garlic knots and more. 310-366-7612, authenticfoods.com

 

 

A Truly Modern Mixer

The Varimixer V60P is the product of 101 years of manufacturing know-how. The original variable-speed, belt-driven tank of the mixer, which now comes with a new digital timer, is easy to clean and operate. It has smooth surfaces with no overlapping panels or exposed bolts and no bowl latches, thanks to self-aligning bowl arms. 318-347-0193, varimixer.com

 

 

The Roman-Style Solution

Molino Polselli’s Super “00” flour is derived from the best high-protein wheat. Recommended for pizzaioli who work with a “long leavening method,” it’s perfect for authentic, crunchy, chewy and light Roman-style pizza. Thanks to a slow milling process and careful attention to detail, Polselli mills the flour without damaging the gluten, creating a perfect equilibrium between strength and elasticity.  305-406-2747, manzofood.com

 

 

Custom-Designed Pizza Crusts

Looking for a unique pizza crust to call your very own? Baker’s Quality Pizza Crusts, a third-generation, family-owned business in Milwaukee, offers custom-designed crusts made specifically for your pizzeria. Baker’s Quality has a vision and passion for great pizza crusts that has been passed down through the generations. 262-513-9237, bakersquality.com 

 

 

A Measurable Difference 

The Portion Peel’s innovative design features measuring circles to eliminate uncertainty of the size of the pizza being made on the peel. No need to ink the wood peel or stretch the dough onto its beveled edges for easy launching—our customers will receive the pizza size they ordered every time! 330-608-5928, portionpeel.com

 

 

Opening Bottles in Style

Are you looking for a great promotional giveaway? Maybe you want to add a new revenue stream with a retail line of logo-adorned products? Cymba bottle openers may be just the item you’re looking for. From staple products to modern artistic designs, Cymba can provide a variety of customized bottle opener products for your brand.
978-652-9622, cymba.com

 

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