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Product Spotlight – June-July 2015

Featuring high-speed ovens, bakeware, hazelnut spread, magical spoons and wine in a can.




 

Taking the Heat

Carlson’s unmatched anodizing and aluminum metal craft produces bakeware that can take the heat and stay in the kitchen. Carlson’s commercial-grade bakeware provides excellent performance every time and can be found in 2,500-plus restaurants worldwide. Check out their extremely durable and lightweight, non-warping
CP-DRE pans. carlsonpans.com, 316-722-0265

 

 

Wine in a Can

Winestar offers award-winning French wines in single-serve canettes. These Chateaux wines, imported from the best wineries and perfectly preserved in special canettes, are ideal with pizza, pasta, meat, poultry, soups, salads and appetizers. Pizzerias can serve red, white or rosé by the glass without opening a full bottle and increase their tickets by 50% to 75%!. winestarUSA.com, 662-801-0878

 

 

The Original Hazelnut Spread

People around the world enjoy Nutella, the original hazelnut spread. Nutella’s versatility makes it an easy addition to pizzeria menus. Pizza makers can use it to create delicious dessert pizzas, calzones and other menu items. Contact Nutella for recipes and more information. nutellafoodservice.com, 410-268-0030 ext. 259

 

 

Goodbye to Soggy Crust

The MultiChef high-speed oven uses convection, direct infrared and Rotary Air Impingement to cook rapidly without microwaves. That means pizzeria operators can cook, toast, bake, melt and reheat items without sacrificing food quality. It has a small footprint and no hoods or venting, so you can serve an entire menu without expensive kitchen renovations! multichef.com, 800-348-2976

 

 

Do You Believe in Magic?

Kids will love the Magic line of color-changing spoons, straws and cups from Frozen Solutions. These items change colors—from pink to purple or white to blue, for example—when they are exposed to cold temperatures. They’re perfect for ice cream and frozen yogurt. Even better, Frozen Solutions offers customizable items just for your pizzeria. frozensolutions.com, 888-698-1711

 

 

Don’t Miss the FireShow

New York Brick Ovens Company has introduced the FireShow, a gas-fired, revolving brick oven for super-high production and a consistent product. Features include a flame centered for a warm display, small footprint and high output. Easy to use and train on, it’s the oven of choice for the Pizza School of New York! 800-683-6053, nybrickovens.com

 

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