Domino’s Pizza Brazil opens pasta factory in São Paulo with the support from InvestSP
Unit in Itapecerica da Serra is part of the expansion plan of the brand in the countryInvest São Paulo
Domino’s Pizza Brazil, the national operation of the world’s largest pizza delivery chain, opened its new pasta factory in the city of Itapecerica da Serra, in São Paulo. The unit, which covers an area of 5000 square meters and employs approximately 50 people, is part of the expansion plan of the brand in Brazil.
Domino’s Pizza currently has more than 240 outlets in the country and plans to more than triple that number over the next five years. The factory in São Paulo produces nearly 100 tons of pizza dough per month and is responsible for supplying 60% of the stores in operation today.
The investment project relied on the support from InvestSP, which provided tax, environmental and infrastructure advice to the company.
“The food industry is very important for São Paulo. It is responsible for processing large part of what is produced in the field, generating many jobs and income. We want to serve more companies in the food sector, which like Domino’s believe in the growth potential of Brazilian consumption,” said the president of InvestSP, Wilson Mello.
“To talk about pasta consumption is to talk about a worldwide passion. So, in addition to celebrating the arrival of Domino's Pizza Brazil, with one of the most consumed products in the world, Itapecerica da Serra also celebrates the new achievements that are to come, such as the creation of jobs, income and investments,” says mayor Jorge Costa.