Pizza Hut once made a delivery to the International Space Station in 2001. They paid the Russians $1 million to transport the Pizza (and make a commercial from it).
In New York City, for the last half century, the price of a slice of pizza and that of a subway ride have been nearly exactly the same. And a rise in one predicts the other.
In 2011, two Domino’s Pizza Store Managers were charged with arson after burning down a nearby Papa John’s in north Florida.
The unique taste of NYC pizza is attributed to the city’s water.
Papa Johns was sued for false advertising for its “Better Ingredients, Better Pizza” and admitted that it did not use better ingredients than Pizza Hut.
Domino’s Pizza dropped their “30 minutes or it’s free” campaign in 1993 due to the auto-wrecks it caused.
“Hawaiian pizza” was invented by two Greek brothers in Ontario, Canada.
The price of pizza has matched, with uncanny precision, the cost of a NYC subway ride for 50 years. Economists have named it “The Pizza Principle”.
Americans on average eat 18 acres of pizza a day.