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BRISBANE franchise Pizza Capers plans to open 20 stores in the next three months, as the brand continues its push into New South Wales.

Co-owner Scott Geiszler says his vision is for Pizza Capers to become a household brand throughout the country, with customers looking for fresh and healthier takeaway pizza.

“For some time we have been looking at expanding our presence into the competitive New South Wales market,” he says.

“Pizza Capers has performed very successfully in other states and we believe it is now time to take this next step in our business.

“We have been expanding by a minimum of four stores per month and by the end of this financial year we plan to have 100 stores in Australia.”

The franchise has the majority of its stores in Queensland, with operations also in Victoria and South Australia.

In other pizza news, Dominos has restructured with its new healthy menu to reduce salts and fats.

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