Domino’s expands in Northern Ireland

 
March 21, 2011

Domino’s Pizza has opened three new stores in Larne, Armagh and Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland.

The new units bring 100 jobs to the region.

“We are delighted to be opening three new stores in Northern Ireland. We continue to thrive as the No. 1 pizza delivery expert and bringing 100 new jobs is a fantastic achievement for us and a welcome boost for the local economies,” said Chris Moore, CEO for Domino’s Pizza U.K. and Ireland.

The company’s goal is to open 60 new stores in the U.K. and Ireland this year.

As of late December, there were 665 stores in the two countries. Of these, 527 are in England, 47 in Scotland, 26 in Wales, 15 in Northern Ireland, 48 in the Republic of Ireland, one on the Isle of Man, and one is a mobile unit.

New Zealand unit launches “Good Choice” lineup

On the other side of the world, Domino’s New Zealand has rolled out the “Good Choice Range,” which offers healthier selections with less than 390 calories per individual sized meal. The menu has been designed to offer more variety and transparency about the food’s nutritional value.

According to Showroom, the Good Choice Range, already available in Australia, features items with lower calories, fat and sodium than traditional pizzas.

From the story:

"Our new range ensures customers can make healthier choices if they want to. We know health-conscious people still want to go out and have fun or order takeaway with friends or family, and the Good Choice Range ensures they can still lead a balanced life," said Josh Kilimnik, Domino’s NZ general manager.


Topics: Domino's Pizza , Food & Beverage , Franchising & Growth , Health & Nutrition


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