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Grilled Pizza is Hot!

It’s a hot debate whether grilled pizza began in Memphis or Rhode Island. Some say, owners Johanne Killeen and George Germon served the first at Al Forno restaurant in Providence, RI. Others swear it was Coletta’s in Memphis. Whether Northern roots or Southern, what is true is that the flavor and smokiness from grilling pizza on real charcoal cannot be beat. If you then add pepperoni on the pizza, you …



All Natural and Organic Options Emerging for Pizzerias

When people picture the perfect pizza, they might imagine a deep-dish Chicago slice covered in various meats, a thin crust Margherita slice straight out of Italy, or a massive folded-over slice of Brooklyn pie. Regardless of personal preference over the ideal pizza, most consumers can agree that they’d appreciate their slice to contain quality ingredients. Which for today’s pizza lovers means natural or organic ingredients. European consumers have always associated …



126 EXPERT IDEAS FOR YOUR RESTAURANT BUSINESS PLAN

The fact that everybody needs food and that this need occurs every day, makes running a food business fun, exciting, and so full of possibilities. But just because food is a universal need doesn’t necessarily mean every food business is bound for success. With so much competition in the food business industry today, it’ll all 

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Loyalty Programs: Creating and Maintaining Long-term Customers

Pizzerias are neighborhood fixtures, serving the community as a friendly hotspot to dine in or to order take out. People tend to select a favorite pizza place and stick to it for a variety of reasons: preferred pizzas and toppings, convenient location, speedy delivery, the atmosphere of the restaurant itself, or for the excellent loyalty program. Every pizzeria strives to have loyal customers as they are the building blocks of …



New Product Development – A Recipe for Success

“9 out of 10 products are introduced, to fill a void in the company’s product line, not to fill a void in the market.” Al Ries & Jack Trout- authors of “Positioning”. Not much about new product development has changed since 1981, when the marketing classic, “Positioning”, introduced a generation to the concept. This was 

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