Domino’s is adding a new pizza to its New Zealand menu, the much-loved Kiwi classic – the Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza.
Domino’s General Manager, Cameron Toomey said the company was constantly looking for new Kiwi flavours to add to the menu.
“The Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza is a classic that so many Kiwis have grown up enjoying. The pizza itself has always been somewhat controversial but when something tastes so good it can’t possibly be bad.
“Our hope is that our new pizza brings back some fond, nostalgic memories and helps to create some new ones.
“Let’s be frank – there’s nothing better than a culinary mash-up,” Mr Toomey said.
The new Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza will feature New Zealand favourites, delicious spaghetti, succulent pineapple and high-quality manuka smoked ham, and will sit within Domino’s Traditional range.
A date for the launch is yet to be announced, however people should keep an eye out on the Domino’s New Zealand Facebook page this week.
"The new Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza will be available for a limited time, so it will be first in, best dressed – or best fed in this case. With over 280,000 fans, we expect the new pizza will be snapped up fast,” said Mr Toomey.
Customers will also be able to upgrade the Hawaiian Spaghetti pizza to Domino’s new XL size – 50% more pizza for just $3.
For more information on Domino’s, please visit www.dominos.co.nz.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (DMP) is Domino’s largest franchisee outside of the USA. It holds the master franchise rights to the Domino’s brand and network in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Japan, Germany and Luxembourg. Today, DMP has a network of more than 2,450 stores.