pizza pans

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 […]
May 28, 2020

Breakfast Pizza’s Ingredients Add to Mouthwatering All-Day Popularity

A multitude of words in the English language are a result of obvious combinations. Breakfast is one example that is derived from late Middle English origins: simply put, breakfast is the first meal that’s a break from the nightly fast. We’ve spent all night sleeping, and breakfast is traditionally 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 […]
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 […]
April 25, 2017

Creating a hearth-baked pizza without the hearth

You want to create a hearth-baked pizza, but your restaurant or foodservice operation doesn’t have the space for a hearth-baked oven. We feel your pain. Nothing quite beats the taste of a pizza crust that you get with a hearth oven. But what if you could replicate a hearth-baked oven […]
March 21, 2017

Let’s Talk About Pan Coatings and Performance

If you visit our manufacturing plant in Spokane Valley, Washington, you’ll notice two things. First, yes, we really do manufacture our pans in the United States. Second, we do things differently, combining a unique anodizing process with water-based pan coatings to produce pans that eliminate re-glazing. It’s truly a proprietary […]