Pizza Fusion, a four-year-old concept featuring organic pizza prepared in eco-friendly stores, is hoping to capitalize on both consumers’ growing health consciousness and their mounting environmental concerns. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based chain is expanding through franchising, and officials expect to open 10 more stores in 2010, pushing its unit count from 19 to 29 by the end of the year. Plans call for the opening of 220 more stores by 2015. Vaughan Lazar, Pizza Fusion’s ...

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