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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

[Pizza News] Domino's Has Improved Sales, Still Sucks

Looks like those commercials where the people at Domino's admitted they were ashamed to make such shitty pizza have paid off. Per the Associated Press, Domino's has seen increased sales and revenue after "re-launching" with their new and improved recipe. If anyone has actually tried this new recipe, please leave it in the comments below. Also, I miss the NOID.

3 comments:

  1. I've tried it. As far as I can tell its just an over-seasoned crust. If the sauce was different I couldn't tell. Kelly liked the new crust. I will never eat it again. Avoid the crust, bring back the Noid.

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  2. I, too, gave the revamped Dominos a whirl. Ryan pretty much hit it square on the head - obligatory garlic butter with Italian spices on each pie's crust is the only really noticable difference. That includes the Hawaiian pizza I bought (Hawaiian is one of my go-to's when I order from a plebian pizzeria such as Dominos, since canned pineapple and deli ham are essentially status quo to my taste buds). I certainly can't endorse that combo of flavors (garlic & pineapple, et al). On other, more run-of-the-mill pies, I could see this being an okay way for them to stand out a little bit, as well as getting their customers thinking critically about where they spend their pizza dollars.

    On a side note, I will say that I haven't given the Oak Park (Illinois) Dominos a test with this new recipe. They were historically one of the worst Dominos I had eaten before, and I'm curious to see if they've assimilated to the new world Dominos order.

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  3. I'm going to look for a Noid FaceBook group. And if it exists, I will join it. I also enjoyed the Noid video game.

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