Product Spotlight – August 2016

Pizza ovens, timers and thermometers, infrared heaters, pizza vending machines and more!




 

The Art of the Oven

Operators can give their pizzerias a new look and improve their pizza’s quality with authentic hearth Pizzart pizza ovens. They’re available in wood-burning, gas or combination models. Shipped directly from Italy, these beautiful, old-world pizza ovens are easy to install and come fully assembled and UL-approved. 

888-443-8782, pizzartconcepts.com

 

The Measure of Perfection

Escali has introduced a full line of kitchen timers and thermometers to help foodservice professionals better manage food safety and quality. The line features digital and analog thermometers as well as digital timers to help kitchen staff effectively multitask.

Escali 952-232-6962, escali.com

 

Heat Up the Night

Infrared Dynamics’ Sunpak infrared heater mounts on your restaurant’s ceiling or wall. Remote-controlled and hard-wired models are available in black or stainless steel. The company’s Sunglo patio heater is larger, floor-based and available in several colors and styles. All Sunpak and Sunglo heaters work with either natural gas or propane.

888-317-5255, infradyne.com

 

The Pizza ATM Arrives

Already a proven success story in Europe, the Pizza ATM is a fully automated vending machine that holds 70 fresh 12” pizzas of your choice. It preserves, cooks and dispenses your pizzas in just three minutes. The Pizza ATM can boost your pizzeria’s bottom line without added labor costs. 

513-488-1269, paline.com

 

A Slice Above

Ironwood Gourmet cutting and serving boards are made of high-quality acacia wood, one of the most durable and beautiful woods on the planet. They add an elegant touch to the dining experience and can be customized to reflect your restaurant’s unique identity. The line includes serving accessories and cutting boards in various shapes and sizes.

ironwoodgourmet.com

 

Be Known for the Pizza Cone

Fill the Pizza Cone with ingredients you already have in-house and you can create new signature appetizers, side items and treats for kids and adults. These leak-proof, par-baked, portable pizza shells come in regular, whole wheat, and garlic and herb varieties. Available through most distributors, there are no franchise fees, royalties or special machinery required! 

732-707-9009, www.pcifrozenfoods.com

 

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