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erienewsnow.com 13 Jan, 2022 01:30 am

Domino's is giving customers fewer wings as prices surge - Erie News Now

Domino's is giving customers fewer wings as prices surge - Erie News Now
By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business

Domino's CEO Richard Allison said the company expects to deal with "unprecedented increases" in food prices, explaining that the costs of its ingredients are increasing 8% to 10% compared to last year.The changes will take effect in a couple of weeks, Allison said.The pizza chain said it's cutting the number of wings in its $7.Domino's joins rival pizza chain Little Caesars in tweaking its offerings because of rising prices.

Earlier this month, Little Caesars hiked the price of its signature $5 Hot-N-Ready pizza by 11%, to $5.By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business Domino's Pizza customers ordering chicken wings will soon get fewer of them for the same price.

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