April 23, 2020

LloydPans Launches #LPFamilyFunNight

Friday nights may have a different look lately, as carry out and delivery are becoming the new norm instead of dining out in public. But, that’s no reason not to bring the excitement into the house this weekend! The LloydPans innovation team wants to unite families around the world during […]
April 15, 2020

Proper Pan and Surface Cleaning Techniques

As more information about COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus, comes to light, the LloydPans innovation team would like to share some reminders about cleaning and disinfecting our pizza pans and surfaces in commercial kitchens that are still providing carry out and delivery services to customers.  General Pan Cleaning and […]
April 2, 2020

Join Virtual Pizza Expo April 6-10

The LloydPans innovation team was saddened that we couldn’t speak to each of you in person at this year’s trade show, but we’re excited to see that the International Pizza Expo is going virtual April 6-10!  Brought to you by Pizza Today, Virtual International Pizza Expo is bringing the sauce […]
March 26, 2020

World Famous Toppings Inspire American Eateries

The best part of getting pizza when you were younger was when your parents would ask what you wanted on it. Pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, cheese, of course. But, what about pickled ginger? How about bananas, anyone? Did someone say canned tuna? Not every country is famous for the traditional pepperoni […]
March 17, 2020

Detroit-Style Pizza Craze Spreads Beyond the Motor City

Becoming more mainstream than ever, Detroit-style pizza is spreading its wings and flying to American markets beyond the Motor City.  We first saw Detroit-style’s rise in popularity in 2018, when dedicated pizzerias to this style grew in larger cities like New York and Chicago, among hundreds of others. Regional pizza […]
March 16, 2020

Pizza Delivery Demand Heightens as Coronavirus Quarantines Grow

Just when we thought cabin fever from the winter was over, events, get-togethers, competitions and work have been canceled or limited for many Americans in March — and possibly beyond. Droves of people are heading to the grocery stores for pantry staples, but for those who are fearful of leaving the […]