There's a Pizza Vending Machine at a Popular Mall in Mississauga

 

There’s no such thing as a bad pizza (or even a bad pizza-inspired dish), and when that pizza is also incredibly affordable, things get even better.

Residents who frequent Dixie Outlet Mall in Mississauga should note that unique Canadian pizza company PizzaForno, which created an automated oven (or vending machine, if you will) that serves artisan pizzas made from fresh ingredients, is offering a limited-time pizza for Valentine’s Day.

Seriously—did you know that you could get vending machine pizza in Mississauga (and that the pizza is made in three minutes or less)?

You can see it below:

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The company is launching its ‘Lovers’ Dessert Pizza and it’ll be available from Feb. 12 to  Feb 14.

PizzaForno says the treat features a cream cheese frosting base that’s topped with heart-shaped strawberries, drizzled with a berry coulis, and finished with Nutella.

It will be available for $9. However, when purchased with any other 12-inch pizza, customers will receive both pizzas half-price, while supplies last.

“With everyone’s hectic schedules, and our new locations open across the GTA, PizzaForno will surely be coming to the rescue of many date nights this Valentine’s Day!,” said Les Tomlin, co-founder and President of PizzaForno.

We’re excited to offer the only handmade, gourmet dessert pizza, available 24 hours a day, ready in three minutes or less.”

Mississauga residents who are interested in the dessert pizza can head to the Dixie Outlet Mall food court to try it out.

As how the company’s regular offerings work, diners can choose from four different selections on an interactive screen: Chevre-miel, BBQ chicken, pepperoni, and four cheese, with additional options rolling out in 2019.

According to PizzaForno, the 12-inch pizzas are never frozen and are made by hand, and feature Romana crust, natural and locally sourced ingredients and cream and tomato sauces.

Prices range from $11 to $14 each (HST included).

Once customers order from the 32-inch interactive screen, a robotic arm takes their selection from the refrigerated section, conveys it to a patented oven where it is baked, placed in a box and delivered.

The company currently operates one vending machine in Mississauga and two in Toronto. It plans to place more machines in Vaughan and Toronto this year.

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