Domino’s launches Paratha Pizza range
Domino’s Pizza, the global pizza delivery chain, today announced the launch of its Paratha Pizza range in India.
This new range offers a desi twist to the traditional pizza, with a Paratha crust in place of the regular dough crust.
Available in two variants – Cheese and Paneer, the Paratha Pizzas are made with 100% vegetarian ingredients.
The Cheese variant is topped with mozzarella cheese and Parmesan cheese, while the Paneer variant is topped with Indian cottage cheese and capsicum.
,Speaking about the launch, Chief Marketing Officer, Domino’s Pizza India, Sandeep Anand said, “At Domino’s, we are always looking for innovations that combine great taste with convenience.
With our new Paratha Pizzas, we are offering our customers a unique pizza experience that has a desi twist. We are confident that these pizzas will be a big hit with our consumers.”
The Paratha Pizzas are available at all Domino’s Pizza stores across India starting today. They are priced at ₹ 199/- for a regular size and ₹ 299/- for a large size. Customers can also order these pizzas online or on the Domino’s mobile app.
About Domino’s Pizza in India
Domino’s Pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery and digital ordering platforms. Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza operates in more than 85 countries around the globe.
In India, the company started its journey in 1996 and currently has a network of 1,200+ stores across 350+ cities.
The company is committed to ‘Leading the way in Digital’, being the first pizza company in India to introduce online ordering platform for its customers.
Indian consumers can order their favorite Domino’s pizzas by simply visiting www.dominos.co.in or on the Domino’s mobile app which can be downloaded. How To Open Domino’s Pizza Franchise in India: Business Idea
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