EU: Europe may share currency, but not favourite pizza toppings
ANN ARBOR, Mich./PRNewswire/ -- As of January 1, 2002, over 300 million people may be using the new European currency, Euro, but they won't be using it to get the same toppings on their pizza! While some of the 12 countries feel they may be losing part of their identity with this change, Domino's Pizza has discovered the different and unusual ingredients and toppings consumers enjoy on their pizza will keep them unique. Here are some examples:
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