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Pizzeria Venti is a Tennessee-based company of franchised sit-down Italian restaurants featuring up to 20 different pizzas by the slice and Trattoria style Italian food. It was founded in 2003 and has locations in 10 states throughout the United States.         
Pizza al taglio
Pizzeria Venti's "Sliceria" concept offers many different pizzas by the slice or full pan. Pizza and related products are made using imported water and extra virgin olive oil from Northern Italy, flour, yeast and salt. Locally grown in-season produce is used to create seasonal promotions.
Franchisee training in Italy
Franchisees are trained in the Commune of Murlo 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Siena, Italy. Franchisees learn the traditions of Italian cooking and the heritage of the company's products, with further training in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
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