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Offline Laura

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Sbarro to Sell Jarred Sauce
« on: February 14, 2006, 10:38:50 AM »
Sbarro Introduces Pasta Sauce by the Jar; Available in Four Flavors: Vodka,
                     Marinara, Tomato Basil and Bolognese


   
  Mama Sbarro's Signature Sauces to be Sold at Select Sbarro Locations Throughout the Nation; Sauce Launch Kicks Off Company's 50th Anniversary Celebration
    MELVILLE, N.Y., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Sbarro, the nation's leading quick service Italian restaurant company, today announced that for the first time ever, its signature pasta sauces will be available for purchase at select Sbarro locations throughout the nation.  Italian food lovers can now enjoy Sbarro's high-quality sauces at their own dinner tables.

The sauces, which come in 25 oz. jars, are offered in four flavors, Vodka, Marinara, Tomato Basil and Bolognese, and are made with 100% imported Italian tomatoes.  The recipes for the sauces come straight from Mama Sbarro's first kitchen in Naples, Italy and have been passed down through the Sbarro family for generations.

    The launch of the sauce coincides with the 50th anniversary celebration of the arrival of Sbarro founders Carmela and Gennaro Sbarro to the U.S.  Over the past five decades, Sbarro has grown from one store in Brooklyn, N.Y. to more than 1,000 locations throughout the world.

    "We're proud to kick off our anniversary celebration by giving our loyal customers and pasta lovers everywhere a chance to replicate our classic recipes in their own homes," said Joe Borruso, corporate chef for Sbarro.  "These sauces stay true to the Sbarro tradition of creating authentic, Southern Italian foods using only the freshest, highest-quality ingredients including imported tomatoes and carefully selected spices."

    "For the first time ever, we are extending the Sbarro experience beyond the four walls of our restaurants," said Peter Beaudrault, president and CEO of Sbarro.  "Now families across the country can bring home the famous sauce and old world flavors that helped Sbarro grow from a single restaurant into the world's leading quick service Italian restaurant company."

    In addition to selling the sauce in select restaurants, Sbarro will look to increase its availability to the public through partnerships with leading supermarkets and gift basket companies.

About Sbarro
   
Over the past five decades, Sbarro has grown into the nation's leading quick service Italian restaurant company with more than 1,000 locations across 30 countries.  Sbarro's deep Italian roots date back three generations to Naples, Italy and later Brooklyn, N.Y.  The company offers an extensive menu of more than 200 items based on authentic Southern Italian recipes passed down through the Sbarro family.  Sbarro restaurants can be found in shopping centers, airports, universities, rest stops, hotels, stadiums and hospitals throughout the world.  For five out of the past six years, Sbarro has been
ranked by Entrepreneur magazine as the #1 quick service Italian restaurant.  Other brands owned by the company include Mama Sbarro and Carmela's of Brooklyn.  Sbarro is in a joint venture under the name Boulder Creek Ventures, operating steakhouses including Boulder Creek Steakhouse, Rothmann's Steakhouse, Sagamore Steakhouse, Blackstone Steakhouse and Burton & Doyle.
For more information, visit http://www.sbarro.com.


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Re: Sbarro to Sell Jarred Sauce
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2006, 10:48:42 AM »
Laura,

Welcome back.

Steve commented on the introduction of the Sbarro sauces recently. As noted from the excerpt below of his recent post, some of the new spaghetti sauces may be similar to their pizza sauces.

It appears that Sbarro's is now selling 8 of its sauces for the make-it-at-home crowd. Yes, these sauces are primarily for their spaghetti, but I asked the girl behind the counter and she pointed to two of the sauces and said that they were very close to their pizza sauce (I believe it was the marinara sauce and I can't remember the other.) So, you might want to pick up a few jars of these sauces and see which tastes the closest then see what's on the ingredient list.

Peter
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Re: Sbarro to Sell Jarred Sauce
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2006, 05:29:53 AM »
I doubt that the girl behind the counter would know.  ::)

No one in her restaurant would probably know the recipes or what's "close" (since the pizza sauce comes in canned and have been that way for a while).

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Re: Sbarro to Sell Jarred Sauce
« Reply #3 on: April 27, 2006, 08:09:42 AM »
I doubt that the girl behind the counter would know.  ::)

No one in her restaurant would probably know the recipes or what's "close" (since the pizza sauce comes in canned and have been that way for a while).

I have to agree with you on this.  :-\
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