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Pepperoni Cup & Char Sliced by Ezzo
  • Code: GG-3617
    Code: GG-3617

    Pepperoni Cup & Char Sliced

    Ezzo - 5 lb

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    Product Description

    From USA

    Specially developed for Buffalo, NY, sliced cup & char pepperoni by Ezzo cups up and chars beautifully when cooked, with a slightly hotter seasoning than is typically used in pepperoni. Cup & char pepperoni is a popular pizza topping for its distinct look, exceptional flavor, and dependable performance.

    • Storage & Shelf Life Info:
      • Refrigerated: Under 35°f it can be kept up to 16 weeks unopened.
      • Frozen: Under 0°f it can be kept up to 12 months unopened.
    • Suggested Applications: The hotter seasoning of this pepperoni makes it a great pizza topping.

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    Ezzo

    The Ezzo family has been making quality meats in the US for over 100 years, since 1906 when Dominic Ezzo immigrated to the United States and opened his own grocery store. In 1971 an electrical fire destroyed the family’s North Vernon factory, prompting Dominic’s son John Ezzo to send his son Scott Ezzo to search for a new home for Ezzo sausage. He converted small meat locker in Columbus Ohio into a production facility, and Bill set out to sell the sausage to grocery stores and neighborhood pizzerias. The sausages were such a big hit that Ezzo Sausage has had to expand multiple times in order to meet demand.

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    Brand:Ezzo
    Code: GG-3617
    Origin: USA
    Case Weight: 26.31 pounds
    Pack Size: 1 Case
    Producer Spotlight

    Ezzo

    The Ezzo family has been making quality meats in the US for over 100 years, since 1906 when Dominic Ezzo immigrated to the United States and opened his own grocery store. In 1971 an electrical fire destroyed the family’s North Vernon factory, prompting Dominic’s son John Ezzo to send his son Scott Ezzo to search for a new home for Ezzo sausage. He converted small meat locker in Columbus Ohio into a production facility, and Bill set out to sell the sausage to grocery stores and neighborhood pizzerias. The sausages were such a big hit that Ezzo Sausage has had to expand multiple times in order to meet demand.

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