Somewhere, a third-generation pizza maker in Naples is shaking his head in disgust

Domino’s, the company known more for stuffed crust than classic ‘za, opened its first Italian branch in Milan, with plans to open three more before the end of the year, Market Watch reports

“We’ve created our own recipe, starting from the original pizza recipe, with Italian products, like 100% tomato sauce and mozzarella, and products like prosciutto di Parma, gorgonzola, grana padano and mozzarella di bufala campana,” the company’s Italian operator, Alessandro Lazzaroni, says — ostensibly to endear the Italian public to a product that seems incongruous with the country’s pride in traditional, artisan pizza Read more…

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