Through a partnership with Ready Pac foods, Domino’s Pizza Inc will begin selling salads all over the United States starting Monday to broaden the appeal of its menu thanks to hefty competition from other restaurants and even grocery stores. This isn’t the first time that Domino’s has offered salads to customers at their stores, but this time it’s going to stick.
And, the order for salads will not only be limited to in-store eating, customers who prefer home delivery can also get their hands on these delicious new salads. In a statement, the company said that it’s “because sometimes, there’s that one person who only wants a salad on pizza night”.
On their menu, will be three salads priced at $5.99, when paired with other items from its ‘mix and match’ menu. If you’re getting just the salad, it will be priced at $6.49.
Domino’s isn’t the first fast-food chain to offer salads as part of their regular menu. McDonald’s Corp have been offering salads for diners who want the McDonald’s experience, but don’t want to indulge in the burgers and fries. These salad options will also cater to a healthier crowd, a group of people who enjoy eating out at fast-food chains, but don’t want to eat the carbs and the grease that comes with eating a pizza.