Domino's Pizza Says Q1 Trading Strong

Domino's Pizza Group plc. (DOM.L) said that its trading in the first quarter has been strong, with exceptional trading over the new year period.

UK & Ireland system sales were 371.3 million pounds, up 18.7% on the first quarter of last year which was largely unaffected by the impact of Covid-19. Like-for-like system sales, excluding splits, were up 18.5% maintaining performance momentum.

The company noted that sales performance of delivery business has been particularly good, more than offsetting the lower sales within lockdown-impacted collection business.

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