Pizza Pans

March 12, 2020

Visit LloydPans at Upcoming Pizza Expo

From March 31 to April 2, pizza industry professionals from around the world will head to Las Vegas for the annual International Pizza Expo. By the numbers, the show is impressive: 1985: The year the show began 13,000+: Attendees 569: Vendors 145: New vendors $46 billion: Annual sales of the […]
March 3, 2020

Product Innovation: Long Pizza Pan

At LloydPans, we have an extensive food solutions team dedicated to improving the quality of our existing pans, developing new pans and finding ways to increase sales in pizzerias, bakeries, restaurants and other foodservice operations. This team has helped bring revolutionary change to the industry, including the launch of our […]
February 26, 2020

Flipping Out for Flatbread: A Photo Contest

Last year’s Detroit Pizza Pan photo contest was so successful that the LloydPans innovation team decided to do another contest this year with a trending food item: flatbread. Why did we choose flatbread for this spring’s photo contest? It’s a similar process to how restaurants, bakeries and pizzerias choose their […]
February 5, 2020

National Pizza Day Celebrates ‘Za Across the Nation

There seems to be a food holiday every calendar day of the year, but the LloydPans innovation team is especially excited about a particular upcoming event — National Pizza Day! This Sunday, Feb. 9, Americans have a special opportunity to sink their teeth into their favorite pies —  from meat lovers […]
December 31, 2019

Breakfast Pizza Forecast: Sunny Side Up

No matter how you slice it, pizza is great any time of day. However, there’s a certain time period that is making a surprise rise amongst American pizza lovers — breakfast. A Technomic consumer survey showed that breakfast is the fastest growing daypart in the restaurant industry for pizza, and believe […]
December 16, 2019

The Casual Flair of Roman-Style Pizza Al Taglio

No matter how you slice it (or cut it in this case), Roman-style pizza al taglio may seem like a mouthful to say, but the concept is simple. Pizza al taglio is sold by the cut or slice, but it’s different than the large New York-style slice that’s triangular and […]