Paavo's Pizza opens six outlets across Dubai

EPPCO, the master franchise holder, plans 10 more outlets in the city this year

Paavo's Pizza
Paavo's Pizza

Fuel station company EPPCO has opened first six outlets for Paavo’s Pizza across Dubai. It has acquired master franchise holder rights from Orion Food Systems in the USA, and plans to open more than 60 branches across the GCC in the next five years.

Paavo’s Pizza features a ‘build-your-own’ pizza concept, with quick service and fast casual restaurant environment. Customers can choose their own toppings and the pizza is then baked and served in less than five minutes.

EPPCO managing director Burhan Al Hashemi said: “With the opening of the first six stores, we have begun the unique concept of custom pizza-making. The opening of our new stores is just the first step in building a successful brand based on customer involvement with our operations.”

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Paavo’s Pizza has opened outlets in Tecom, Jumeriah road, Khawaneej, Rashidiya, Qusais and Warqaa, and has plans to establish 10 more in Dubai this year.

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