Is This The Future of Pizza Making?

Pizza MakingPizza has been made by hand for years. But what if pizza was made… by robots? There’s a tech startup in Silicon Valley, California, that’s called “Zume” and they’ve built a robotic pizza-making operation that’s almost totally automated. While a human still preps the dough, the machine takes over to flatten it out. Then, the flattened dough goes down a conveyor belt where a robot applies sauce and another robot spreads the sauce around. Later on, some humans put on cheese and various toppings. Then a robotic arm puts the concoction into a tray. Interestingly, these machine-created pizzas aren’t cooked on-site. Instead, they’re made with the intent that a delivery truck brings them wherever they need to go.

Could this revolutionize the way pizzas are made? Yes. According to one of the co-founders of Zume, “We’re going to be the Amazon of food.” Basically, the company wants to cut costs concerning human labor such that these robotic/machine-made pizzas are very, very profitable.

Zume represents the Silicon Valley of today, whereas it involves automation, the on-demand economy, and something people love: pizza. Like Uber changed the taxi world and Airbnb changed the hotel world and Napster/iTunes changed the music world, could Zume change the pizza world? Time will tell.

For now, know that Bocce Club Pizza is made by humans for humans. Bocce Club Pizza uses only the freshest, most natural ingredients, with dough made from scratch and hand-stretched daily– the way pizza should be made!

In business since 1946, Bocce Club Pizza has become a Buffalo food staple– one of the area’s favorite places to get pizza. To order yours, call the East Amherst location on Hopkins Road near Williamsville North High School at 689-2345 or the North Bailey Avenue location in Amherst at 833-1344. Your pizza will not be made by robots.

 

Pizza Tattoos For Free Pizza?

Pizza Tattoos For Free Pizza?

A good pizza pie can do surprising things to its fans. Pizza has remained a favorite comfort food for years.

With all of the variations of dressing it up with unique toppings or keeping it simple with the basics of cheese and pepperoni, you can’t go wrong with ordering a pizza.

Some pizza fans are willing to go to the extreme for their favorite pizzeria, as we have seen with &pizza in Federal Hill in Washington, D.C.

Co-founder of the pizza chain, Michael Lastoria, has created a very unique and out of the box advertising plan that &pizza fans have been willing to succumb to.

For a free pizza each week for one complete year, &pizza fans agree to have the chain’s ampersand logo tattooed onto their body.

Previously only available to employees, &pizza is now offering this perk to the first five customers willing and eligible to get the tattoo.

If you are already into tattoos, you get an awesome deal of one free pizza for a week for an entire year.

Due to the uniqueness of this offer, on opening day of the new pizzeria, a long line formed where freebies were given to those less adventurous customers as well as temporary tattoos to those not interested in anything permanent.

Pizza lover and third in line, customer Eddie Davis, decided to take this plunge for free pizza because it matched his spirit for spontaneity that drives his life. In his words “you’ve got one life to live.”

It is amazing to see the dedication pizza lovers have for this delicious and famous food.

That is exactly how we feel about pizza and because of that, we do all we can to make our pizza the very best and our prices absolutely affordable.

Bocce Club Pizza has a variety of pizza options for you to choose from. You can view our selections right on our website, you can click here.