Just three months after its launch, Minute Pizza is experiencing amazing growth and to meet the demand across the county it has just joined a gem in the Mauricie region. Greek pizza is now in vending machines.
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Minute Pizza continues its momentum and collaborates with Le Grec Baie-Jolie. A pizza ready in three minutes has become the one cooked by the restaurant’s legendary team.
“They have production capacity. They are pizza manufacturers and we are distributors. Everyone has their own chair and we will succeed in supplying without our machines running out every time. They help us grow,” says Sebastien Manso, President of Minute Pizza.
The partnership between the two entities was concluded in order to better meet the high demand. The Trois-Rivières plant, which already makes frozen Greek pizzas sold in grocery stores, will produce thousands of pizzas for vending machines.
“It’s to the point. We have the capacity and we have free time in the factory. So we come in to fill our hours and get our people to work. It’s the best of both worlds”And commented Dimitris Yiannopoulos, President of Grec Baie Jolie Restaurant & Products.
“We adapted the product to Minute Pizza recipes. There are more inputs and ingredients since the vending machines cook like a commercial oven. It’s not the same as the needs of a traditional oven at home,” Continue.
Forty vending machines produce between 10,000 and 16,000 pizzas a week. By the end of July, 100 Minute Pizza machines will be in operation in the county. Projection greatly exceeds expectations.
Other products will also be added to the menu over the next few days, such as spaghetti au gratin, nachos, and even breakfast pizza from Le Grec.
Interest is growing. Minute Pizza entrepreneurs are breaking into the Outaouais, Ontario regions. The Magdalen Islands are even in demand.
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