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Michelle R.
Ordering is quick, easy, and makes me feel good because I know I’m doing right by my pizzeria. Plus, the app lets me reorder instantly!
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Alex
Bottom line, Slice saves us a ton of money. We’ve been able to keep our prices low, use high-quality ingredients, and provide a better order experience for our customers.
Alex, Bravo Kosher Pizza, Manhattan
Jeremy B.
The app is like a magic pizza button on my phone. I can find deals, customize my pie, and my local shop prefers it too. Win, win.
Jeremy B., Slice User
With the Slice app, local pizzerias get a bigger piece of the market.
– The New York Times
Slice helps local pizzerias get online and fight back against Domino's.
– Forbes
Your food delivery habit is killing local pizza shops, but this app wants to help.
– Munchies
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– Los Angeles Times