Product Spotlight – June-July 2016

Pasta, spiral mixers, the bttn, online ordering, fridge magnets and more!




 

Push of a Button

With this revolutionary on-demand service, customers can order your pizza with the single push of a bttn! The stand-alone bttn device connects via Wi-Fi or cellular data and comes with a cloud-based management tool with usage statistics. Distribute bttns to your VIP and corporate customers, and let them easily order their favorite pie.

347-425-4214, bt.tn/pizza

 

Online Ordering Made Easy

Harbortouch Online Ordering allows you to accept digital orders through a customized, branded online menu. For every order, tickets are automatically generated within your POS system. It can be fully integrated with your existing POS menu to provide a seamless ordering experience, with menu changes and updates automatically synced with your system.

866-286-8744, iharbortouch.com

 

Moneymaking Magnets 

Promotional magnets from Pizzeriamagnets.com are highly visible, effective and affordable marketing tools that attract new business while helping you retain existing customers. Pizzeriamagnets.com offers free design services, complimentary digital proofs and budget-friendly pricing. Your competition uses magnets. Shouldn’t you? 

888-870-7172, pizzeriamagnets.com

 

From Freezer to Finished in Minutes

Marzetti Foodservice offers frozen, precooked pasta that’s table-ready in seconds. Just drop frozen pasta in boiling water, and it’s ready to serve in less than a minute. Marzetti Frozen Pasta is made from the finest ingredients, giving you the quality you need for signature dishes. marzettifoodservice.com

 

The Healthier Cheese Choice

Winona Reserve Goat Cheese from Winona Foods comes in logs, crumbles and a convenient tub. With a soft, creamy texture and earthy, tangy flavor, goat cheese has fewer calories and less fat than cheese produced by cow’s milk, making it a healthier choice for those customers who are watching their waistlines. This product adds real value to your menu concepts and recipes. 

920-662-2184, winonafoods.com

 

A New Line of Spiral Mixers

Precision Mixers, manufacturers of the Precision HD-60 pizza mixer, introduces its newest line of spiral mixers. With five different models to choose from, you can get the size that fits both your operation and budget. Precision spiral mixers are available in capacities ranging from 88 pounds up to 264 pounds and are covered by an industry- leading warranty. 

518-462-3387, precisionmixers@verizon.net

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