A new generation of Domino-branded pizza products will debut later this year, the company announced Tuesday.
The new product line will include three flavors of pizza, which will be available in three different sizes: a 10-inch “fancy” Domino, a medium-sized “pizza” and a large pizza, the pizza company said in a news release.
The pizza will include toppings such as mozzarella and pepperoni.
“Domino’s Pizza is the only pizza chain to have a full-service franchise,” said Mike McFarland, chief marketing officer at Domino.
“These new products will be a great way for customers to experience the pizzas we all love.”
Pizza’s popularity has been on the rise, and it’s hard to imagine Domino doesn’t see the growth in the pie pie market, too.
“We’re excited to see the pizzerias that are opening up in this new wave of pizza and will be able to offer them to the fans,” McFarion said.
“We’re looking forward to seeing how they do.”
Domino Pizza will also offer new delivery options to its customers, including a “premium delivery” service that will include a “delivery driver” who will be responsible for delivering the pizza to your door, McFarions said.
In addition to its new product offerings, Domino will be adding a new way to order pizza.
When a customer enters the delivery room, he will see a list of options that will be displayed in real time on the touchscreen.
He can select the pizza option that is most convenient to him and then tap on that option to get a menu item.
The Domino Pizza app also has a new “favorites” feature that lets customers add pizza options to their favorite pizzas.
Pizzas are currently sold in seven different varieties, with four variations, the first being the pizza with sausage, the second being a sausage-based pizza, and the third is a sausage pie.
Domino is offering the first two flavors of the pizza in four-pack boxes with two slices of bread and cheese.
Dominos newest delivery option will be in the form of a large box, which comes in at about $25 per pack.
The Domino pizza company has not yet released the price for the delivery option.