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Pizza Capers

Pizza Capers
Type Subsidiary and franchise system
Industry Restaurant
Founded 1996
Headquarters Queensland, Australia
Number of locations 110+
Products Pizzas, soft drinks (Coca-Cola products only), garlic bread, salads, desserts and pastas
Website www.pizzacapers.com.au

Pizza Capers is an Australian fast food chain specialising in Pizza, based in Queensland. Pizza Capers has over 110 stores throughout Australia, Pizza Capers delivers, including the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), Queensland, South Australia and Victoria and even has a foreign store in Singapore. The company is hoping to expand to the rest of Asia.[1]

History

In 1996, the first Pizza Capers store opened in suburb Kenmore, Queensland and a year later, in 1997, another store opened in Toowong, another suburb in Queensland.

Products

In addition to pizza, Pizza Capers also serves a wide variety of other food items and beverages such as soft drinks, garlic bread, salads, ice creams and gelato, pastas, chicken wings and calzones.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.pizzacapers.com.au/our-story/ Pizza Capers story

External links

  • www.pizzacapers.com.au
  • www.pizzacapers.com.sg
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