Domino’s Pizza has introduced a reduced fat "Smart Slice" pizza for delivery to schools, the chain said Monday. The pizza, which is made with white whole wheat and has fewer calories, fat and sodium than Domino's regular pizza, is in place in 120 school districts, a number the chain hopes to double within a year. The Smart Slice is not available outside of schools, a spokesman said. Patrick Doyle, chief executive of the 9,169-unit chain based in Ann Arbor, Mich., said the ...
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