Product Spotlight – December 2015

Featuring red pepper, hot bags, pasta cookers, PCI compliance solutions, upholstery and carousel horses.




 

The Better Red Pepper

The Spice Kit Company offers a better crushed red pepper. Its unique milling and grinding process yields a product with virtually no seeds, providing a warm, sweet flavor unparalleled by any other crushed red pepper. It’s easy to pour and spread for even coverage, adding perfect flavor in all of your recipes. 
877-531-5536, thespicekit.com

 

Keeping It Hot

The electric hot bag from Check Corporation comes in several sizes, each of which keeps the contents at a constant temperature of 160°F to 175°F. This hot bag will increase your customers’ satisfaction and help you to expand your delivery range. Start with just a few bags and build them into the system as your business grows. 800-927-6787, hotbag.com

 

Straight From Italy 

The AX-GPC-1 from MVP Group is a great pasta cooker for any chef. Its numerous features save precious cooking time. Additionally, the AX-S12U slicer can slice cheese, pepperoni, sausages and all other pizza toppings. Both pieces of equipment are manufactured in Italy and help operators bring out the best in their restaurants. 
888-275-4538, mvpgroupcorp.com

 

The PCI Compliance Solution

Signature Systems introduces PCI-in-a-Box, a PCI compliance solution for any POS system from any vendor. As required by the credit card companies, operators must become PCI-compliant to protect their pizzerias—and customers—from credit card fraud and network cyber-attacks. The comprehensive, cost-effective PCI-in-a-Box is fully compliant with EMV and PCI. 877-968-6430, PDQpos.com

 

Cover-to-Cover Beauty

Vinyl Repair Master provides high-quality vinyl, leather and fabric upholstery to pizzerias and offers coast-to-coast shipping. Specializing in remodeling, custom design, building, maintaining and repairing, the company employs the finest craftsmen, and all work is customized to fit any type of restaurant booth and chair. 
561-981-6200, vinylrepairmaster.com

 

Attracting a Family Crowd

The new American Classic Carousel has four beautifully decorated, detailed horses that raise and lower. Each horse includes a mounting bar, footrest and handle and will hold 100 pounds. Five musical masterpieces introduce the children to classical carousel music as lights flash. It’s a great way to attract families to increase your business. 
330-938-2000, americanclassictoy.com

 

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