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8 Easy Ways to Make Social Media Work for Your Pizzeria

Are you a pizzeria operator who struggles on social media? Looking for some new ideas? I’d like to share some tips that helped grow Perfect Crust Pizza Liners’ followers by more than 1,500 percent in four months! With platforms like Facebook and Instagram, you have the opportunity to give your … More

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Derrick Tung Shares 4 Tips for Social Media Success

Serving up some of the best pizza in Chicago doesn’t guarantee success. As owner of Paulie Gee’s Logan Square, Derrick Tung also understands the power of building relationships—with his customers, with the surrounding business community and with the global family of pizza makers and pizza lovers. “I’ve always believed that … More

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Making the Grades: An Introduction to Olive Oils

Olives were first cultivated in the eastern Mediterranean region, moving westward over the millennia. For thousands of years, the mystique of olive oil has permeated Mediterranean culture; ancient Greeks and Romans appreciated its mystical and medicinal properties. Today, people the world over appreciate this nectar of the olive for its … More

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Outta Hand Pizza Leads the Way in Community Engagement

A Westfield, New Jersey pizzeria made national headlines when it broke the Guinness World Record on the largest Sicilian pizza made in the shape of the U.S. Flag.  But the 17-month old pizzeria has accomplished much more than that in its short time. Owner Burim Regjaj opened Outta Hand Pizza … More

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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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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