Domino’s new Super Premium Pizzas are so good the company is seeking official recognition from Australia’s most prestigious food guide.
The five exclusive Super Premium pizzas, which were released today, feature indulgent and surprising new flavours using the “finest quality local ingredients from around the country,” Domino’s said.
This includes mouth-watering slow-cooked beef brisket from Western Australia; crispy BBQ Peking duck from Victoria’s Wimmera region; farm fresh Aussie rocket; vintage Tasmanian cheddar, and award-winning parmesan cheese made in the NSW Hastings Valley.
“This is Domino’s, but not as you know it,” Domino’s ANZ chief executive Nick Knight said.
“We have worked closely with some of Australia’s best producers to source amazing ingredients that really take our pizzas to a whole new level.
“From the pastures of Tasmania to the paddocks of Western Australia, we are bringing a premium dining experience right to your table—no reservation required.”
Domino’s is so confident customers will be blown away by the new menu additions that the company is marketing them by petitioning the Australian Good Food Guide (AGFG) for consideration for a coveted Chef Hat.
The Chef Hat awards recognise culinary excellence based on several key factors including ingredients, taste, presentation, technique, value, and consistency.
“We believe we tick all the boxes and more,” Knight said.
“Our Super Premium pizzas not only deliver exceptional quality, but also exceptional value.
“We invite both our customers and the esteemed judges from AGFG to try our Super Premium Pizzas and decide for themselves. In this case, tasting really is believing!”
The new pizzas are available now with Domino’s Any Pizza Delivered for $15 deal.
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