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Domino’s launches everyday value meals

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Domino’s Sri Lanka created a paradigm shift in the Quick Service Restaurant Industry by launching its everyday value offers for its discerning consumers.

Speaking on the above, Country Head Suresh Tissaaratchy said “As always we believe in giving our consumers great pizza with great value. Now consumers don’t need special days to avail themselves of our pizzas since we have an offer for them every day. This together with our new menu which entails having much more cheese and toppings will be an irresistible combination to all our loyal consumers.”

Now medium pizzas which were at Rs.990 could be bought at Rs.590 and large pizzas which were at Rs.1750 could be bought at Rs.990 for a minimum order of two pizzas using the everyday value offer.
Spear heading growth with innovation, Domino’s, having 25 restaurants in Sri Lanka has also made ordering easy for its loyal consumers by introducing a short code dialing number ‘7889’, where more information on our everyday value meals could be ascertained.

Domino’s enhanced product portfolio brings world famous pizzas and sides tailor made to the Sri Lankan palette. Jerk, Pulled, Teriyaki and BBQ Chicken, Prawn, Pepperoni and Tuna  whilst introducing innovative sides such as Baked Chunky Chicken Strips for the chicken lovers, Rice options, New Pastas, and its world famous Choco lava to name a few.

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