DOMINO’S GOES ALL GOOEY FOR ITS NEW LIMITED EDITION CHOC ORANGE COOKIES
London, 19 October 2020: With the clocks about to go back and the night’s drawing in, Domino’s, the nation’s best loved pizza company, has baked the perfect winter warmer with the launch of its delicious new Choc Orange Cookies.
Domino’s has taken its much-loved Cookie recipe to the next level with the new Choc Orange range, loaded with moreish choc chunks and gooey ‘melt-in-the-middle’ chocolate orange centre.
Available from today and delivered nationwide in boxes of four, these new indulgent sweet treats can be ordered in store or online via the Domino’s app.
Josh Engleman, Domino's Melt-In-The-Middle Maestro said: “Who doesn’t love a Domino's cookie as a sweet treat after a delicious piping hot pizza? Well, we've been working hard on bringing another crowd pleaser to the menu and we're delighted to introduce the new Choc Orange Cookies.
"After listening to our legions of loyal fans s, the smart cookies back at Domino's HQ kitchen spent months carefully testing and trialling dozens of different recipes to ensure we create the ultimate dessert. We're sure our new melt-in-the-middle delights are the perfect way to warm any winter evening."
Domino’s Choc Orange Cookies are available in stores across the UK and ROI now and can be ordered via the app and online on www.dominos.co.uk.
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For further info contact the Domino’s team at One Green Bean on 020 3196 8963 or email email@example.com.
Notes to Editor
Choc Orange Cookies have an RSP of £4.99, though please note prices may vary slightly from store to store. They are available to order for a limited time.
About Domino’s Pizza Group
Domino’s Pizza Group plc is the UK’s leading pizza brand and a major player in the Irish market. We hold the master franchise agreement to own, operate and franchise Domino’s stores in the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Switzerland, Sweden, Iceland and Liechtenstein. In addition, we have associate investments in the holders of the Domino’s master franchise agreements in Germany and Luxembourg.