Domino’s Pizza officials said the brand would continue to manage through commodity pressures by carrying on the momentum it achieved during the first quarter and avoiding an increase in menu prices. Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Domino’s grew its net income 17.7 percent during the quarter ended March 23, and same-store sales rose 4.9 percent at domestic units and 7.4 percent at international units during the period. However, the company’s total cost of sales inched up 0.9 ...

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