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Technology Duplicates Local Water Formula For Authentic Local Baked Goods

March 19, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Water, water everywhere, but only New York City water makes genuine New York pizzas. At least that’s the theory behind a patent-pending technology developed by a Big Apple start-up. New York WaterMaker, whose product duplicates the molecular structure of local water, says it is drawing interest from foodservice companies around the world. The “water replication system” allows restaurants, pizzerias, bakeries, bagel stores, etc., to replicate the specific type of water used in a specific geographic location, such as New York City or San Francisco. According to the company, restaurants around the world have wasted millions of dollars trying to copy New York City food taste and quality. Now, using the WaterMaker system, “recipes will be tastier, bread will be crispier, and pizza and bagels will be authentic New York City style, not an imitation.” [Image Credit: © New York Watermaker   ]
"New York WaterMaker to Enable Restaurateurs to Serve Genuine New York City Pizza and Bagels Anywhere", News release, New York WaterMaker, March 19, 2018, © New York WaterMaker
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