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Imo's Pizza

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Imo's Pizza is a U.S. chain of pizza restaurants based in the greater St. Louis, Missouri area. It is headquartered in unincorporated St. Louis County.[1]

The chain is known for its version of St. Louis-style pizza, which is common in the area and features provel cheese—a combination of cheddar, swiss, and provolone with a low melting point and gooey texture.[2] The restaurants also sell an assortment of salads, appetizers, and desserts. The chain joined in on the trend of selling desserts that can be made in a pizza oven. While mostly found in the St. Louis area, the franchised pizzerias are also found scattered throughout select locations in the Midwest.

There are currently over 90 locations in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas. The company is based in St. Louis, Missouri.[3]

As of November 2012, Imo's was ranked the 35th largest pizza chain in the United States; the chain tallied gross sales of $74.7 million.[4] Cecil Whittaker's Pizza and Elicia's Pizza are two competing local chains.


  1. ^ "Contact Us." Imo's Pizza. Retrieved on August 19, 2009.
  2. ^ Provel cheese
  3. ^ Imo's Pizza - The Square Beyond Compare - Contact Us
  4. ^ 2012 November - Top 100 Companies List - Pizza Today Magazine

See also

External links

  • Imo's Pizza website.
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