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PizzaForno owner donating proceeds to Sudbury Five program

Amit Parmar owns Pizza Forno vending machines in Sudbury and North Bay, and plans on donating the proceeds from three locations to the Sudbury Five Community Ticket Program
PizzaForno co-founder William Moyer and local owner Amit Parmar are seen next to one of the automated pizza machines.

A self-professed Sudbury Five “superfan,” Amit Parmar is donating a portion of PizzaForno pizza sales from three locations to the team’s Community Ticket Program.

“Nothing brings people together like sports,” Parmar said in a media release. “I’m excited to kick off this partnership and support local talent.”

Founded in 2018, PizzaForno is an automated pizza vending machine service, which cooks “artisanal pizzas” in less than three minutes.

There are five of the computerized ovens, refrigerators and ordering units in Greater Sudbury for which Parmar is a master licensee, including:

  • 82 Ignatius St. in Sudbury
  • 84 Elgin St. in Sudbury
  • 1465 Bancroft Dr. in Sudbury
  • 3000 Hwy. 69 in Val Caron
  • 7 Cote Blvd. Unit 1 in Hanmer

The Sudbury Five Community Ticket Program provides complimentary tickets to see the game to community groups who might need a little hand up. Groups can apply for tickets by emailing [email protected].

Parmar plans on donating a portion of proceeds from the Bancroft Drive, Elgin Street, and Val Caron locations to the fund until April.

Originally from India, Parmar has been in Sudbury for 10 years and owns the Kwik-Way corner store in Minnow Lake (1465 Bancroft Dr.) where a PizzaForno machine is located.

With the touch of a screen, the PizzaForno kiosk serves up seven different delicious pizzeria style pizzas: BBQ Chicken, Honey & Goat Cheese, Meat Lovers, Four Cheese, Pepperoni, Veggie, and Hawaiian, starting from $8.99. 

They feature quality meats, cheeses, veggies, and homemade tomato sauces.


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