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Chicago Town launches takeaway pizza concept

John Wood ·
Chicago Town cabinet

Frozen pizza brand Chicago Town is aiming to help convenience retailers get a big slice of the grab and go market with a hot and fresh takeaway pizza concept.

Retailers who buy the Chicago Town hot ‘Pizza to Go’ cabinet - for £550+VAT - will be reimbursed in free stock. There is also free installation, free training and free POS.

Available in the two most popular Chicago Town Pizza flavours, Loaded Cheese and Loaded Pepperoni, the 12 inch pizzas can be sold in quarter slice, half pizza or a whole pizza giving flexibility to create meal deals and price points.

Richard Cooper, senior brand manager at the brand owner Dr Oetker said: “With over 25 years’ experience in making epic pizzas, we are passionate about delivering The Ultimate Pizza Hit at Chicago Town, from the first bite to the last.

“Hot, fresh and ready to go, Chicago Town ‘Pizza to Go’ is the ideal addition to your existing hot food offering, providing all the authentic high street takeaway characteristics that always hit the spot and keep customers hungry for more.

“With sales of hot food to go predicted to go through the roof in 2019 there’s never been a better time to get your hands on one of our fantastic hot ‘Pizza to Go’ solutions. And, as a special introductory offer, every retailer who signs up will get the cost of the cabinet in FREE stock. Plus, with 50% margin available retailers really can’t afford not to get a slice of the action.”

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