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Domino’s healthy lunch campaign continues growing


April 11, 2012
By Canadian Pizza

April 11, 2012, Ann Arbor, Mich. – Domino's continues growing and developing its Domino's Smart Slice school lunch program, which
meets the revised USDA nutrition standards for school lunch.

April 11, 2012, Ann Arbor, Mich. – Domino's continues growing and developing its Domino's Smart Slice school lunch program, which
meets the revised USDA nutrition standards for school lunch. The
program has nearly tripled the number of participating schools in the United States in the
past year.

Freshly baked and delivered to schools, Domino's Smart Slice
features multiple nutritious ingredients like whole-grain crust, light
mozzarella cheese, reduced sodium sauce and reduced fat, reduced sodium
pepperoni. Domino's Smart Slice meets the USDA school lunch nutrition standards for calories, fat and
sodium – with each slice featuring four grams of fibre, 24 grams of
whole grains and an excellent source of calcium. Launched three years
ago, and originally developed to meet possible adjustments to these
standards, Domino's Smart Slice participating schools will not need to make any changes to meet the updated guidelines.

The number of schools that now participate in the Domino's Smart Slice program has increased from 1,100 schools in early 2011 to more than 3,000 schools across 37 states.

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For more information about Domino's Smart Slice, visit www.schoollunch.dominos.com.