Domino’s Pizza Launches BurgerPizza in India

Domino’s Pizza BurgerPizzaLooks like a Burger Tastes like a Pizza it’s BurgerPizza, Domino’s the world’s largest pizza brand launches its first hybrid, the Burger-Pizza. And so takes the fight for the Indian QSR space to the burger kingdom.

“It only looks like a burger, but has all the goodness of a pizza inside,” says Dev Amritesh, president and chief business officer of Domino’s Pizza India. Perhaps, that’s the reason why the pizza maker is not calling it a burger but a BurgerPizza — a cross between the two. The BurgerPizza will come in two vegetarian and non-vegetarian variants, with a starting price tag of `89. Unlike most burgers, it doesn’t have a patty, is loaded with herbs, tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese — ingredients that are central to pizzas — and is oven baked. Continue reading

Domino’s Opens 1,000th Store in India

DominosDomino’s Pizza, the recognized world leader in pizza delivery, celebrated the grand opening of its 1,000th store in India, Domino’s fastest-growing international market, last week. The store, located in Unity One Mall, Janakpuri, Delhi, opened on Feb. 5.  India has more Domino’s stores than any other market outside the United States and Domino’s is the largest pizza brand in India. Continue reading

Australia’s pizza chain Eagle Boys seeks India expansion

Eagle Boys Pizza logoAustralian pizza chain Eagle Boys is rapidly expanding its base in India and  has targeted 50 outlets in India by end of 2015.  Their current outlet base of 14 outlets is spread out across six outlets in Mumbai, four in Pune, one in Chennai and three in Hyderabad. Recently, the company has opened its sixth outlet in Pune.  So far, the company has invested over Rs 50 crore in India. Continue reading

Pizza Hut to open 100 outlets in India to counter competition

Pizza HutPizza Hut, the world’s largest pizza chain, is set to add 100 outlets in India over the next 12 months as it seeks to counter competition from nimbler rivals. Of the 100 outlets that Pizza Hut plans to add, 75% will be small-format delivery and dine-in outlets, as it seeks to compete with the country’s largest pizza chain, and more recent entrants.

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