5 Major Pizza Chains Falling Out of Favor With Customers

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Domino's

Throughout the epidemic, the company experienced a spike in order demand and struggled to keep up, which resulted in a 3.6% decline in same-store sales in the US.

Pizza Hut

Up to 300 Pizza Hut locations had to be shut down in the end. Sadly, while things haven't been growing worse at the same rate, they also don't appear to be getting better any time soon.

Uno Pizzeria & Grill

The Chicago-based chain's operations deteriorated gradually between 2018 and 2020, reaching a crisis point during the pandemic: revenues fell by 28.5%, and the number of locations fell to 86.

Sbarro

By a wide margin, the epidemic predates Sbarro's decreasing sales. In both 2015 and 2016, the food court chain's revenue fell by more than 10%.

California Pizza Kitchen

The chain, which has its headquarters in California, battled severely during the epidemic; plans for increased franchising were scrapped as the chain was forced into bankruptcy by 35% sales losses.

In 2020, there were around 78 thousand units in the United States, which was a record high. That market is very busy.

Many chains are seeing booming business. Almost everyone turned to delivery and takeout pizza during the epidemic, and sales growth has held into the year 2022.

While it's true that most large pizza franchises prospered throughout the epidemic, many smaller businesses actually saw a decline in sales.

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