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It's National Pizza Month and Ace Endico is Celebrating with 850 Degrees and Serafina Pizza Delivered to Your Door!

 

850 Degrees and Serafina Pizza at Your Doorstep 

It’s National Pizza Month and ACE Endico To Go is celebrating America’s beloved savory pie by offering a discount on their locally made pizza pies including Ridgefield-based 850 Degrees and Serafina pizza, rooted in Westchester County.

Order your pizza (and choose from over 2,000 restaurant-quality items) online HERE and your items will be at your doorstep tomorrow. There is no delivery fee for orders of $200.00 or more!

The Serifina Margherita Classico Pizza is made with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and basil, this classic Margherita pizza will delight the senses. The pie is restaurant-grade, handmade and cooked in a wood-burning oven.

Enjoy 850 Degrees famous classic cheese pizza in the comfort of your own home! This delectable pie features a thin New York Style crust, tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella cheese. Cook from frozen at 425° for 8-12 minutes. Place directly on the center oven for best results. 

850’s New York Style 12” Margarita Pizza features a thin New York Style crust, tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella and fresh basil. Cook from frozen at 425° for 8-12 minutes. Place directly on the center oven rack or preheated baking sheet for best results.

According to the National Day Calendar, National Pizza Month began in October 1984 and was created by the publisher of Pizza Today magazine and pizzeria owner, Gerry Durnell. He chose October because it’s the month the first issue of his magazine debuted. 

Ace Endico, a family-owned business that began with humble roots in a small garage in Mt. Vernon, New York in 1982  is now the leading regional food purveyor and foodservice distributor in the Northeast, employing over 400 employees!

ACE ENDICO wants to assure you that their drivers are wearing gloves, and using sanitizing wipes and disinfectant sprays between deliveries. 

To place your order, click HERE.

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