Domino’s Pizza Sri Lanka has further cemented its position as the country’s fastest-growing chain of quick service restaurants, living up to Domino’s Pizza’s global reputation as the world’s largest pizza brand. This month, the brand is joyously commemorating the monumental milestone of becoming the fastest QSR to reach 50 stores across Sri Lanka, with the opening of its newest store in Panadura.
To celebrate this momentous occasion and further highlight its commitment towards Sri Lanka, Domino’s Pizza is taking the opportunity to give back to the communities that have supported its success. In a heart-warming gesture, Domino’s Sri Lanka, the leading pizza chain in the country, is donating 5,000 meals to Child Action Lanka (CAL) as part of their commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of underprivileged children. This donation comes as part of the company’s ongoing efforts to give back to the community and spread joy during the joyous occasion. Recognizing the love children have for pizza, Domino’s has chosen to sponsor meals for kids at CAL’s Colombo Centre. An official Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed during a special event on the 3rd of August, between Domino’s Pizza and CAL.
Debbie Edirisinghe – Founder and Director of CAL, expressed her gratitude saying, “It is very encouraging to receive such generous support from Domino’s Pizza Sri Lanka. These meals will help to provide a ray of hope for the children under our care.”
Child Action Lanka is a dedicated charity organization with a mission to secure a brighter future for vulnerable children, by ensuring that their essential needs are met. Recognizing that children are key to breaking the viscous cycle of poverty, CAL plays a vital role in realizing the vision of a prosperous future for all.
Sameer Khetarpal, MD & CEO of Jubilant FoodWorks Limited, the master franchise for Domino’s in Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh, on the momentous occasion of opening of Domino’s 50th stores remarked, “We’re thrilled to be celebrating the milestone of our 50th store in Sri Lanka, and we believe in giving back to the communities that have embraced us with open arms. Through our partnership with Child Action Lanka, we hope to make a positive impact on the lives of children and contribute to their wellbeing.”
Domino’s Sri Lanka, the renowned pizza chain with a heart for its customers and communities, has once again demonstrated its unwavering dedication to supporting the people of Sri Lanka. Amid the COVID-19 lockdown and national fuel crisis, the brand’s commendable efforts have not only sustained its commitment to engaging with kids through the Junior Pizza Maker programme but have also extended to providing essential services and ensuring continuous access to fresh pizzas for its valued customers.
Reflecting on the company’s journey and future growth, Iranga Dharmawardhana – Country Head & Director at Jubilant FoodWorks Lanka Limited added, “We’re excited about the growth journey of Domino’s in Sri Lanka and the promising future ahead. We’ve created unique toppings for an authentic pizza experience, while sourcing 55% of our materials locally to support the local economy and communities in Sri Lanka. With the opening of our 50th stores, we reaffirm our commitment to serving Sri Lankans with the best pizza experience, while expanding our footprint across the country, creating many employment and other value opportunities for Sri Lankans.”
Domino’s Pizza continues to set new benchmarks for the industry, assuring customers of a consistently enjoyable and risk-free dining and delivery experience. HACCP certification for its warehouses for its pizza dough manufacturing, pasta production, vegetable repacking and chocolate lava cake manufacturing processes stands as a testament to Domino’s Pizza’s dedication to food safety, ensuring that every step of the production journey adheres to the highest standards of quality control. By adopting this globally recognized system, Domino’s demonstrates its determination to provide not only delectable flavors but also uncompromising safety in every bite.
Worldwide, Domino’s Pizza serves over 1 million customers in more than 90 countries, daily, through a vast global network of over 20,000 stores. The company is renowned globally for offering great tasting pizzas with-in its hallmark 30-mins delivery guarantee.
To order piping hot pizzas from Domino’s in Sri Lanka, users can simply visit the website m.dominoslk.com, or download the Domino’s Pizza Sri Lanka App called Domino’s, available on both Android and iOS.
About Domino’s Pizza
Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world, with a significant business in both delivery and carryout pizza. It ranks among the world’s top public restaurant brands with a global enterprise of more than 20,000 stores in over 90 markets.
In Sri Lanka, Domino’s Pizza is operated by Jubilant Food Works Lanka Ltd, a subsidiary of India’s largest food service company, Jubilant FoodWorks Limited. Since its launch in Sri Lanka in 2011, Domino’s Pizza has rapidly expanded its presence, serving customers across the Island. In just 12 years, the brand has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the fastest QSR to reach 50 stores, making it the fastest-growing quick service restaurant in Sri Lanka.