Pizza Pans

January 29, 2018

Coming to a show near you….

We’re already a month into 2018, and we’re getting the itch to get back on the road. To talk to our existing customers and potential new clients about our complete line of pizza tools, bakeware, cookware, and custom pans and equipment. Here’s a list of where we’ll be in 2018! […]
January 23, 2018

Is it a flatbread or a pizza? Does it matter?

Flatbreads are big business nowadays, appearing on menus from quick service restaurants to fine dining. We’re not surprised. We’re big fans of any bread-based product topped with ingredients. However, sometimes we order a flatbread and what comes is what we would call a pizza. Or vice versa. They both taste […]
January 4, 2018

More innovation and custom capabilities on tap for 2018

Happy New Year from LloydPans! As usual, the holidays at a baking and pizza pan manufacturer are quite hectic. Our commercial customers placed quite a few last minute orders before the end of the year, and our consumer customers were buying individual pans and cookware for presents. Needless to say, […]
December 18, 2017

What’s Next: Pizza Trends in 2018

What’s going to drive pizza sales in 2018? Our food solutions experts weigh in on the top trends expected to make headlines in the pizza industry next year. Building a “healthier” pizza The restaurant and packaged foods industries have been forced to expand new product development goals from great taste to […]
December 12, 2017

A Year in the News, a Year in Review

2017 was a banner year for LloydPans. We made more pans than we ever have and received quite a bit of recognition for the quality of our pans and the dedication of our team. In case you missed any of these articles when they were first published, we’ve created this […]
November 30, 2017

Ask Paul: What is a Grandma Pizza? Is it what I think it is?

Paul Tiffany, our resident food and pan expert tackles your baking and pizza pan questions. Have a question for Paul, leave a comment or email us at sales@lloydpans.com We’ve received this question more times than you can imagine since we introduced our Grandma Pizza Pans earlier this year. More than likely, a Grandma […]