Our factories have RTS (ready-to-ship) inventories and short lead times on many products:
- Flatware and dinnerware
- Combi Ovens
- Cup Dispensers
- Ice Machines and Dispensers
- Vaccuum Sealers
- Countertop Cooking Equipment
Call or email us for current leadtimes.
Save the date: Tuesday, 11/16/21.
A timely event is being planned for the Pecinka Ferri Culinary Center, and you are invited.
More info to follow…
The Tabletop is always evolving, and ITI is here with new products and ideas to “Refresh the Tabletop.”
Explore the variety that ITI has to offer to keep your look fresh. The right pieces can make food pop and turn dining into an experience.
Torino Ceramic Trays
Aluminum Trays have become a go-to serving piece for casual dining. Ceramic serving pieces are the standard in dining. So let’s combine the two and create the best of both worlds. Introducing Torino Ceramic Trays. The ease and appearance of aluminum trays but with the style of Ceramic. Available in two different sizes, 11″ x 8″ and 10″x 7″. It is also available in two colors, grey and bright white. Take your casual dining to the next level with the best of both worlds.
Acacia Wood Paddles
Wood paddles have become a popular choice for a way to serve tavern fare. ITI has added four Acacia wood pieces that work perfectly for casual dining. Whether used alone as a serving piece or paired with our ceramic Samplers and Tasters. Our custom-cut boards were designed to work together with our small plate pieces. Click anywhere in the image or text to download more info.
Our mini fry baskets are designed to take the ordinary side and make it into something more. It upscales the look and presentation for patrons. We have it in stock available now in two styles, round and square. These accent pieces work well with ceramic and wood serving pieces. Click anywhere in the image or text to download more info.
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Sherman Schmendrake shares the results from decades of his painstaking research as a lead donut hole technician:
He concluded that no matter the size of the hole, donuts are best fried in a Pitco.