Jet’s Pizza announced that starting Tuesday it will start cutting its small and large pizzas into larger slices. A small pizza will now be cut into four slices and a large one into eight.
“With this change, our teams will be making approximately 25 million fewer cuts per year, which is a big help as the restaurant industry continues to face a labor shortage in the future. nationwide,” John Jetts, president of Jet’s America, said in a press release. “We think our customers will love the new slices because they’ll be presented with a heartier pizza with more cheese and toppings per slice.”
Jet’s is also making its popular chicken-bacon-ranch pizza a permanent menu item and increasing the size of its Jet’s Boats and Deli Boats. Calzone-style items are now back to their original size of 10 inches instead of 8 inches. They cost $1.50 more and serve two people.
Jet got its start in Sterling Heights in 1978 and now has stores in 19 states.
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