Ooni (formerly Uuni)

Ooni is a European company started in 2012 under the name Uuni with the premise of, "making the world’s first portable wood-fired pizza oven." They kicked it off with 142 Kickstarter supporters and have since grown to a global enterprise. Ooni currently offers two models and some pizza making accessories. In 2018 they changed the name from Uuni to Ooni, feeling the new spelling is easier to remember and pronounce correctly.

Street: 
Unit 4, Bishopsgate Business Center, 189 W. Main St.
City: 
Boxburn
Zip: 
EH52 5LH
Country: 
Scotland
Contact First name: 
Kristian
Contact Last Name: 
Tapaninaho
Contact Title: 
CEO
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Business Phone: 
(718) 560-3039
Email: 
kristian@ooni.com
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