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Between These 2 Pizza Stocks, 1 Offers Tastier Gains

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Between These 2 Pizza Stocks, 1 Offers Tastier Gains
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Chowing down on the massive change in fast food trends triggered by the COVID-19 lockdowns, Papa John's International (NASDAQ: PZZA), Domino's (NYSE: DPZ), and other pizza chains rebounded faster than many restaurant-sector peers. The business model of pizza chains was already strongly aligned with takeout and delivery, greatly lessening the impact of dining room closures. With four consecutive quarters of sales increases higher than 10% to its credit, according to its first-quarter 2021 financial report, Papa John's appears to be experiencing the same tangent of growth as other pizza companies heading into 2021.

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