There was a period of time just a few years ago, where the only way to order a pizza, or any food for that matter, was to either head over to the restaurant in question, or pick up a phone and place an order verbally.
In today’s internet-connected world, however, this is no longer the case. A pizza, regardless of how complicated or specific your taste may be, or even full meals via apps like Ritual or Feast in the Toronto area, can be ordered with a few swipes on your smartphone’s touchscreen.
While the rise of pizza ordering technology has expectedly made it difficult for smaller operations to compete, the giant’s of the industry like Pizza Pizza, Domino's and Pizza Nova, as well as a variety of other large-scale pizza chains globally, all offer customers the ability to order pizza in a simpler fashion with the help of mobile technology.
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