Domino’s U.S. same-store sales rose 14% in first two months of the quarter


An employee carries an order for a customer at a Domino’s Pizza restaurant in Detroit.

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Domino’s Pizza said Tuesday that its U.S. same-store sales climbed 14% during the first two months of its second quarter.

As the broader fast-food industry has seen many of its customers return, Domino’s has also noticed a lift to its own sales. The pizza chain reported U.S. same-store sales growth of 20.9% from April 20 to May 17. During the previous four weeks, its domestic same-store sales rose just 7.1%.

“We are seeing a tailwind as consumer behavior across the restaurant industry has shifted toward delivery and carryout, though we are not sure whether this…

Source cnbc.com

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