Product Spotlight – March 2015

Inflatable cash machines, hot bags, salad dressings, craft sodas and more!


Blowin’ in the Wind

Everyone likes free stuff—especially money—and custom-printed inflatable cash machines from Banner Marketing make it easy to win every time. Customers will line up for the opportunity to grab bills or coupons flying around in the cash machines. Custom designs are available. 805-528-5018,


Bags for Every Need

Delivery Bag Depot has every type of delivery bag a pizzeria could need. All bags are made with premier 600 Denier PVC materials with nylon lining for durability and heat retention. From pizzas and sandwiches to catering orders, Delivery Bags Depot can help you make the perfect delivery. 844-468-2247,


Dressings to Thrill

Brianna’s Fine Salad Dressings are made with heart-healthy canola oil and contain no added MSG, trans fats or high-fructose corn syrup. Eleven of the 15 flavors are gluten-free, two are fat-free, nine are certified kosher, and one contains no sugar. Customers will appreciate Brianna’s “homestyle” flavors. 979-836-5978,


Jumping for Joia

Influenced by today’s cocktail trends focused on complex, sophisticated flavors, Joia is an all-natural soda and mixer with unique flavor combinations of fruits, herbs and spices. Lightly sweetened with evaporated cane sugar, Joia delivers distinct taste and refreshment, by itself or as part of a cocktail. 612-483-9100,


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,


The Dragon Cut

Shorter and wider than standard mozzarella shreds, Dragon Cut Shreds from Galbani produce a more natural-looking melt with better coverage so pizza makers can do more with less. And its great yield means the gorgeously browned, caramelized sweetness stays where it belongs—on your pizza! 877-522-8254,


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