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The supersized Shaq-a-Roni boasts double the cheese and pepperoni.
Same-store sales rose 33.5% in May, even as states started reopening restaurants for dine-in service.
The chain took some big risks with delivery and its menu, and as consumers stayed home, its sales flourished.
The chain’s same-store sales rose 27% as third-party delivery and consumers staying home bolstered its performance.
The chain’s sales slowed in the first quarter but remained better than other restaurants as consumers opt for more delivery.
Pizza Hut said it is hiring 30,000 workers as the pizza chains both work to fill open positions and meet growing demand.
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The chain is using a centralized call center to handle phone orders as it works to improve operations and franchisees’ profits.
Company executives promise more innovation as the chain pushes into more dayparts and different products.
These emerging chains are the growth vehicles to watch—the ones poised to be major industry players in the coming years.
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