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How Domino's needs to get its mojo back

Restaurant Business Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Maze joins Editor-at-Large Peter Romeo in looking at how the Noid has snuck back into the pizza giant's headquarters.

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Two of today’s most powerful sales drivers for restaurants are delivery and digital technology. Both have been extraordinary strengths for Domino’s. Why, then, is the pizza giant hitting an uncharacteristic slowdown?

This week’s episode of Restaurant Rewind looks back at how the pie maker got to its position of prominence in the off-premise market and what the trajectory is likely to be near-term. Joining podcast host and Restaurant Business Editor-at-Large Peter Romeo is Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Maze, who recently underscored the length of Domino’s sales streak by listing all the chains that have sprouted since the pizza brand’s last sales downturn.

Give a listen to learn what went into Domino’s DNA, and what genetic engineering it may need to try to get comps positive again. Download this and every episode from wherever you get your podcasts.

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