Alamar Foods, the master franchisee of Domino’s Pizza in the Middle East, North Africa and Pakistan and for America's top coffee and baked goods chain Dunkin’ in Egypt and Morocco, has announced the opening of its milestone 600th Domino’s store in Dubai.

The group has organised a special event to celebrate the launch of the new store at Uptown Mirdif in Dubai, which was attended by Domino’s Pizza CEO Russell Weiner along with senior officials of Alamar Foods incluidng its Chairman Ibrahim AlJammaz and Group CEO Filippo Sgattoni.

Lauding the milestone, Weiner said: "We always believe that our number-one asset is our relationship with our franchisees. Alamar Foods have played an important role in the successful expansion of Domino’s in the Menap region."

"We are delighted to partner with Alamar Foods because of their rich history in franchising and operations," he stated at the opening.

The launch was also attended by Shobhit Tandon, Chief Operating Officer of Domino’s International Markets at Alamar Foods, Ibrahim AlSuhaibani, Chief Operating Officer of Domino’s KSA and Art D’Elia, Executive VP of Domino’s Pizza International.

"The UAE has always remained a strategic market for Alamar Foods, and by expanding in the UAE, Alamar has created more opportunities for talented individuals to join their workforce and be a part of their success story," he added.

Sgattoni said Domino's is committed to support the region by focusing on local talents, building partnerships with local industry leaders and connecting with the local community.

"We are happy to lead the category through innovation in product and technology, aimed to enhance the customer experience. I would encourage our customers to witness the same in this new Pizza Theater design," he added.

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