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Celebrate National Pizza Day 2/9 with Tri-State Marketing!

Pizza was invented in Naples, Italy in the 10th century. In 1905, America’s first pizzeria was opened in New York, named Lombardi’s. Since then, dozens of chain stores have emerged. Pizza is one of the most popular foods in America. In fact, 3 billion pizzas are sold in American each year. That amounts to 46 slices or 23 pounds of pizza per person per year. Pepperoni tops the list as the favorite, equally 251.7 million pounds of pepperoni per year piled on top of our pizzas. (Excerpt from National Day Archives)

Create the Perfect Pizza with These Products

When it comes to pizza, we represent a variety of factories and product categories to create the perfect pizza pie!

Wood Stone: Wood Stone Corporation, based in Bellingham, Washington, has been manufacturing stone hearth and specialty commercial cooking equipment for the foodservice industry since 1990. Wood Stone built its reputation on their family of stone hearth ovens. Their technologically advanced ceramics and engineering expertise, coupled with high quality construction techniques and attention to detail, are typical of all of their products.

Hoshizaki: Perfectly store your pizza crafting ingredients in a state-of-the-art Pizza Prep Table by Hoshizaki. Your product is kept at ideal temperatures so no matter what the item, it is fresh and easily accessible for your team to use.

Mercer Culinary: Mercer's razor sharp edge helps you cut with procession all with the help of a slip resistant handle. Ultra smooth mechanism for faster and easier cutting.

Vollrath: Vollrath pizza delivery bags are constructed with quality and precision to keep pizza piping hot and ready to eat. With an eye for durability and attention to detail, these bags make the delivery driver’s job easier than ever.

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Check out some yummy pizza pies made with Wood Stone Stone Hearth ovens!

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