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Deals are a draw in both quick service and casual dining, finds Technomic.
U.S. same-store sales are up 14% so far this quarter, including 21% the past four weeks, as consumers stay in and order pizza.
Sale changed dramatically as consumers adjusted their behavior, but international sales have been weaker.
The pizza chain said the shutdown has impacted its sales in ways that it cannot yet “fully quantify” and says 1,400 global locations are temporarily closed.
Domino’s and Jet's are hiring for various positions as deliveries surge.
The pizza chain’s same-store sales rose more than expected, sending the company’s shares to all-time highs.
The two casual-dining giants accounted for eight of last week’s 10 most effective ads for full-service brands. On the QSR side, chicken and pizza spots dominated.
Tom Sterrett succeeds Bill Van Epps in the top job for New England Authentic Eats.
Full-service TV advertising was dominated by Applebee's and Olive Garden, which both put a spotlight on attractively priced new offers.
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