February 19, 2021

Localized Pizza Ingredients For the Win

Americans have their favorites: favorite crust, favorite sauce, favorite go-to pizzeria, favorite cheese, favorite style. But, pizza lovers are stretching their imaginations and taste buds in a larger direction — through toppings. Even though traditional ingredients like pepperoni, mozzarella and green peppers are here to stay, consumers are demanding unique, localized […]
February 9, 2021

Social Media Campaign: Why Do You Love LloydPans?

It’s the month of love, and we’re celebrating our love for both LloydPans and our faithful customers who have launched us to our highest sales month — January — in the history of the company. Throughout the month of February, we’re asking our customers what they love about LloydPans. Post on Facebook […]
February 5, 2021

LloydPans Celebrates National Pizza Day with Regional Standouts

As if we need a reason to celebrate, on Feb. 9 we will stop and take a moment to hopefully grab a slice (or two) of one of America’s favorite foods: pizza. National Pizza Day is collectively celebrated nationwide, but regionally there are some favorites.  Lawnstarter (yes, the landscaping company; […]
February 1, 2021

LloydPans Adds Second Anodization Line to Manufacturing Plant

Our customers have spoken, and we’re excited to announce our second anodization line in our Spokane Valley, Wash., location — where the LloydPans magic happens.  We do things a little differently at LloydPans, combining our anodizing process with water-based pan coatings, eliminating the reglazing process necessary for other pans. It’s a […]
January 24, 2021

LloydPans Cookie Sheets Help Americans Get Their Cookie Fix

There’s a reason there is no Cake Monster, Doughnut Monster or Pastry Monster. The story goes that the now-beloved Cookie Monster “won a quiz show,” and was given the choice of $10,000, a new car, a trip to Hawaii or a cookie. Like many Americans, he opted for the cookie, […]
January 15, 2021

The Gastronorm Pan: Combining Food Science with Culture

Gastronomy isn’t just cooking for an empty stomach. It goes deeper, defined as “the study of the relationship between food and culture, the art of preparing and serving rich or delicate and appetizing food, the cooking styles of particular regions and the science of good eating. Theoretical gastronomy … is […]