How Pizza Express Improved Their Loading Bay and Bakery Processes

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Pizza Express began with a single mom and pop store in the 1960s and gradually added locations until they reached their status of 300 restaurant franchises. They serve 16 million customers per year with traditional Italian pizzas. Their popularity is largely due to their traditional cooking methods and the authentic Italian taste. As business picked up, it was no longer possible to make and bake all of the pizzas from scratch on site. Therefore, Pizza Express opened a baking facility where the dough is made.

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