Product Spotlight – October 2015

Featuring sandwich solutions, gluten-free crusts, suction cup banners and more.




 

Your Gluten-Free Search Is Over

Kalo’s 10” and 12” par-baked gluten-free artisan crusts have the great taste and texture of a regular pizza crust. They will please gluten-free customers looking for a delicious pizza and end your search for the perfect gluten-free crust. Kalo is an exclusively gluten-free facility. 336-949-4802, kalofoods.com

 

The Sandwich Solution

Want to add high-quality hoagies or subs to your pizzeria? Cellone’s hearth-baked rolls provide an easy solution with frozen and par-baked breads. Proofed on peel boards and baked in tunnel ovens, Cellone’s sub and hoagie rolls come in white, golden honey wheat, multigrain and sourdough. Ask Mark Wutz about custom formulations for larger volume accounts. 800-334-8438, mwutz@cellones.com

 

Welcome to the Neighborhood

Our Town America helps pizzerias reach their target neighborhood demographic while sticking to a budget. It lets operators put a cap on the number of new movers they wish to reach monthly while offering the same great product and benefits, including category exclusivity, locking out local competitors. 800-497-8360, ourtownamerica.com

 

POS Profitability

Harbortouch Echo combines the power and functionality of a traditional POS system with the simplicity and sleek design of a tablet. It features intuitive software for quick, accurate order taking, has a built-in time clock to track labor and is fully EMV/NFC compliant. It even allows you to remotely run reports and manage your system from anywhere. 866-286-8744, iharbortouch.com

 

Banners On the Roll

Suction cup banners from Banner Marketing Group are perfect for vehicle windshields and windows. They can be printed with any full-color photo or text and are finished with reversible suction cups inserted into brass grommets. They’re easy to install and guaranteed to draw attention. 805-528-5018, bannermarketinggroup.com

 

Making Dough With Precision

The Precision HD-60 Pizza Mixer is one of the toughest—and least expensive—planetary mixers on the market. It’s backed by an industry-only seven-year unconditional warranty on all gears and shafts. It can handle a 50-pound bag of flour with ice and water in its 80-quart bowl. 877-764-9377, precisionmixers.com

 

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