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Ohio City Pizzeria Employs the Needy and Homeless

This Friday, July 19, a social enterprise pizzeria will open its doors to feed and assist the needy and unfortunate in Cleveland. Ohio City Pizzeria stands out not just for its 1,700 square-foot building redesigned in an old-school Italian setting but for its owner: The West Side Catholic Center (WSCC). … More

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Square Pie Guys: A Journey from Instagram to Grand Opening

On July 16, the two founders and chefs of Square Pie Guys, have realized a long-time dream: opening their own brick-and-mortar restaurant. Marc Schechter and Danny Stoller began as diehard pizza fans. Stoller is a chef with 12 years of experience at award-winning restaurants Tilith, Revel, and Luc. Schechter is … More

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Canadian Pizzerias Achieve Guinness World Record for Largest Calzone

Five Ontario pizzerias shattered a five-year-old Guinness World Record for the largest calzone at the Vaughan Pizza Fest. Roberto “Pizza Dude” Vergalito, owner of Roberto’s Pizza Passion in St. Catharines, led five pizza makers and 20 helpers in this herculean effort. They collaborated with Hot Rocks Stone Ovens, whose  stone … More

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Celebrate National Gummi Worm Day with Pizza

Every day is a holiday, especially here in the United States. Today is no exception: July 15 is the National Gummi Worm Day. Pizza is universal so naturally, there are gummy worm pizzas out there.  You can even order a box of 48 E.Frutti gummy pizzas from Old Time Candy. … More

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How I Went Out of Business: The Hard Lessons of Failure

Ask an experienced operator for advice on starting out in the pizza industry, and a common response is, “Don’t do it!” Between the long hours, rising costs and ever-increasing competition, this industry can be as unforgiving as it is rewarding. Even those who jump into pizzeria ownership with great … More

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Frozen Pizza Company Aims to Reduce Food Waste

Around 30 to 40 percent of all food in the U.S. is wasted daily. The United States Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service estimates the food loss in 2010 to be approximately 133 billion pounds and $161 billion in value on consumer and retail levels. USDA said that this amount … More