the Mack's baked their pies in a conventional range,
but later used industrial ovens such as Bakers Pride
and Blodgett. In 1966 a new innovation in pizza cooking
was introduced to the industry called the Roto-Flex
Oven. This bakery oven features four rotating decks
allowing more than 20 pies to be cooked at the same
time and in 1971 Mack's decided to give them a try.
This new process of baking pizza took some time to
get used to, but with a little tweaking and the proper
adjustments they got the ovens working perfectly.
( To sit at the counter and not only watch your pie
being made, but to actually watch it rotate and cook
through the glass oven doors has always been a real
treat.) Eventually they purchased a total of eight
ovens for the Seaside, Ocean City and Wildwood stores.