Domino’s Pizza Opens First Store In Mauritius

Domino’s Pizza, the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, is continuing its global growth momentum with the opening of its first store in Port Louis, Mauritius.

This was accomplished through a partnership with local operator Island Living – the master franchisee for Mauritius.

“We are delighted to bring Domino’s to Mauritius, as it is the world’s leading pizza brand,” said Richard S. Stedman, chief executive officer of Island Living. “We are committed to winning the hearts and minds of those in the community with our freshly-made hand-tossed pizza, using only high-quality ingredients. We look forward to serving customers in-store, through carry out and via delivery using Domino’s world-class online ordering system.”


Domino’s has been on a mission to bring the great pizza and excellent customer service of a renowned international brand to neighborhoods throughout Mauritius.

The first location is in the center of Port Louis – Mauritius’ capital city – and features the new pizza theater design with an inviting and authentic interior, spacious seating, a kid’s corner, as well as a front row seat to watch all the action of pizza-making.

A second location will open later this year in the heart of the Beau Bassin community – a great food hub for Mauritians.

“Establishing ourselves in Mauritius provides an excellent opportunity for our brand to continue growing globally,” said Joe Jordan, executive vice president of Domino’s International. “Domino’s, partnering with Richard and the Island Living team, has terrific potential to offer an unmatched pizza experience to the people of Mauritius.”

Domino’s now operates in more than 85 markets worldwide, with more than half of its global retail sales coming from international stores.


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