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Free cases of Sorrentini pizza-on-the go pockets from Pan'Artisan

29 March 2012 by
Free cases of Sorrentini pizza-on-the go pockets from Pan'Artisan

Pan'Artisan, originally La Pizza Company, producers of frozen, part-baked pizza bases, dough balls and full- and part-baked speciality breads made to traditional Italian recipes, has launched the Sorrentini, and to celebrate its new company name is giving away two cases (2 x 40) of the Sorrentini to five lucky readers.

The Sorrentini is the ultimate in hot food on the move. It's made from a thin, calzone base that has been pinched together creating pockets that are filled with either Mozzarella, ham and tomato or Mozzarella and tomato. The Sorrentini is then baked, resulting in all the flavours of pizza in a format that is easy to eat.

The Sorrentini weighs 120g so is ideal as an individual, hand-held snack and is supplied frozen or part-baked; all the operator has to do is heat in an oven and serve. The Sorrentini is also available individually packed with optional thermo heat resistant boxes, offering an even more convenient option, and one which is already being used by the airline industry across Europe.

enquiries@panartisan.com. Offer closes on 13 April.

â- Not suitable for microwave ovens. Offer is only available to bone fide caterers. Terms and conditions apply and are available from enquiries@panartisan.com.

For more information on the Pan'Artisan range of products call 01730 811490 or visitwww.panartisan.com

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