Dominos wants to help its customers while facing inflation

Dominos wants to help its customers while facing inflation.

The popular pizza chain has stated that the upsized offerings will be available across their menu, including their signature hand-tossed and thin-crust pizzas. The new, larger sizes will allow customers to enjoy more pizza for their money, helping them stretch their budgets in the face of inflation.

Domino’s Pizza CEO Richard Allison said, “We know that customers are unhappy with the pinch of rising prices, and we want to do everything we can to help. We can provide customers with more value for their money by introducing larger pizza sizes and help them feed their families without breaking the bank.”

This move by Domino’s Pizza is just one example of how businesses are responding to the challenges posed by inflation. As prices continue to rise, companies are looking for ways to maintain their profitability while keeping their customers happy. By offering larger portions at the same price, Domino’s Pizza is demonstrating its commitment to meeting the needs of its customers in an uncertain economic climate.

The new, upsized offerings will be available at Domino’s Pizza locations across the United States starting in May 2023. Customers can expect to see a range of new sizes and combinations, as well as deals and promotions designed to help them make the most of their money.

- Published By Team Australia News

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