Industry News | June 29, 2015

Pieology Pizzeria Opens 60th Restaurant

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Pieology Pizzeria is announcing that it has opened its 60th restaurant, with its newest location in Rancho Cordova, California.

“Since its founding in 2011, Pieology has followed a unique business philosophy that is focused on quality over quantity, a model that we will continue to employ throughout our nationwide expansion,” says Carl Chang, founder and CEO. “Because of our unwavering dedication to this model, where we seek to partner with franchisees who share our business ethics and commitment to community, we’re confident we’re doing what’s best for the concept and our valued guests.”

Pieology Pizzeria evolved from the simple idea to turn one of America’s most craveable food into an affordable and interactive experience. Today, a leading contender in the competitive category, Pieology is on schedule to open 110 restaurants by the end of 2015, with commitments for 500. Furthermore, Technomic, the leading fact-based consulting and research firm serving the food industry, reported Pieology as the fastest growing limited service restaurant chain, having more than tripled both sales and unit growth in 2014. Pieology is the first fast casual, build-your-own pizza concept to enter the ranking amongst the nation’s largest brands.

 The company recently introduced a new facility décor program, which features a custom salad platform allowing guests to personalize pizzas in addition to fresh-tossed salads. Salad lovers can choose from three fresh lettuce options including organic field greens, romaine hearts, or spinach, and then select from any of Pieology’s large variety of toppings including sunflower seeds, garbanzo beans, and candied walnuts, along with a choice of house-made dressings. The majority of future franchised restaurants and all corporate-owned locations will feature the new facility décor and salad program.

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