Amazing. Read fast before they delete


It’s come to the point I see if you criticize this site they erase the post. I’ve been emailing the customer service of this site for a week and they won’t reply about and order I’d love to place. After no replies I decided to criticize them in a post and they deleted the page. Andrew Mancini replied but the page was deleted. I WANT TO SPEND MONEY IN TOUR STORE. WHY NOT ANSWER MY EMAILS OR REPLY TO MY POST. I DONT UNDERSTAND. I LIKE THE BIBLE I JUST WANT TO BUY FLOUR. I guess next I’ll be bared from the site.

Ben A
posted 12 days ago

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Raj
Can you reply to my emails about buying from the on line store. I see you reply to most posts. Then delete my post. I would like to buy 20 lbs of flour and malt and semolina. That’s all. Can I call it in? Please!!!

Ben A
posted 12 days ago


All i want is some all trumps or the high gluten sampler!

Andrew M.
posted 12 days ago


Hello Andrew
I know I just want to purchase items from the store. I thought I could straighten this out with an email to them but after 2-3 emails I thought I’d post a question. You replied to the one post that was deleted. My intention was to buy flour and other items not to complain about the site. Actually I love what I’ve been reading it’s a great place for information.

Now for the good news. One of vendors TONY mentioned in the Bible and on this site sells everything or most everything at better prices and I live 20 miles away so hopefully I’m in luck. Since I was not getting the answers I was looking for I started searching. Pennsylvania Macaroni in Pittsburgh sells the flour and sauce and whatever I think I need. They offer an on line store, possibly you can find what you need on their site. PENN MAC as we all refer to it in Pittsburgh is a great Italian store. Two brothers owned two stores on Penn Ave in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. The Strip as we call it is an area of Pittsburgh that is a huge whole sale market area. Maybe 15-18 blocks of any kind of food you can think of. A great local and tourist destination. So here in my own back yard I hopefully found what I need.

Thank you for the replies
Enjoy your pizza
Ben

Ben A
posted 12 days ago

Ill check it. I know penn mac

- Andrew   12 days ago


Andrew
Is it just a coincidence that your last name is the same as the legendary bread makers in Pittsburgh?

Mancini bread has been a name associated with Pittsburgh like the Steelers or Mellon family. If my memory serves me correctly the original bakery was in McKees Rocks just down river from the Point

I guess you wouldn’t be looking for flour if you we’re from a family of bakers, right?

Ben A
posted 12 days ago

Mancini is a really popular italian name, like Smith. I am up in MA

- Andrew   12 days ago


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