While delivery can be tough on some profit margins, operators are finding that offering the service can address both their appetite for sales and the consumer’s hunger for convenience.
 Long a key component of pizza operations around the country, delivery is being explored by a growing number of restaurateurs, from fast-casual players to frozen-yogurt chains, as a way of boosting volume and offering a service not available from their competition.
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