The second annual Global Pizza Submit will be held in New York City on January 19 and 20, 2015. Pizza makers from the U.S. and Canada will compete to be crowned the first Caputo Cup USA Pizzaiuolo Champion and take home $1,000 and a pallet of flour for their pizzeria.
Seminar participants will attend sessions on new and informative industry techniques and network with others in the pizza business. This year’s pizza summit topics are: current pizza/industry trends, gluten-free menu options, mozzarella making and social media marketing. Other topics include: “Bringing ‘Italian’ Back to Traditional Pizza,” “Top Industry Manufacturers from Naples Talk Tomatoes and Flour” and “Caputo NY Style Flour Pizza Making Demo.” Seminar reservations are due January 1, 2015.
The inaugural Caputo Cup competition categories are: New York-style pizza and Neapolitan STG (margherita, margherita-plus and marinara). The contest will be judged by a technical jury, using a point system (10-500). Contestants must register by January 20, 2014.
For more on the Global Pizza Summit and the Caputo Cup, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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