In January, Pizza Hut announced that it was expanding its pizza business by purchasing an additional $1 billion worth of pizza from Papa John’s.
The purchase will make Pizza Hut the third-largest pizza brand in the world, behind only Domino’s and Pizza Hut, according to the Wall Street Journal.
In an interview with the WSJ, Pizza House CEO Jim Rogers said that Papa John was the “most innovative company” he has ever worked with.
The deal is expected to generate about $100 million in annual sales for Papa John.
In fact, Rogers said he expects that Pizza Hut will be the largest pizza chain in the U.S. by 2020.
Pizza Hut’s acquisition is one of the most significant changes to the company’s brand since the 1980s, when its parent company, Pizza Brands, acquired the chain.
Since then, Pizza is become synonymous with the iconic red, white and blue logo.
“I have to tell you, we don’t have a single pizza brand that is not our brand,” Rogers told the WSZ.
“There are so many, so many pizza chains around the world.
There are so much pizza brands out there.”
While the acquisition will result in Pizza Hut becoming the world’s largest pizza brand, it won’t impact the company as a whole.
The new Pizza Hut is still one of Pizza Hut and Papa Johns largest franchises, with a total of about 3,000 locations worldwide.
In addition to Pizza Hut serving a wide variety of pizzas, Papa John is also the parent company of The New York Times and Pizza Express.
The Times has a reputation for its pizza, and the two companies have worked together on a range of pizza promotions and promotions.
In recent years, Papa has been pushing its own pizzas to compete with The Times’ pizzas.
But the two have recently been at odds over the companys policies and practices, and recently a lawsuit was filed against Papa for allegedly abusing its position as a major advertiser on its flagship network.
The New Yorker reported that Pizza is “one of the biggest sponsors of the Times and Times New York, the newspapers’ flagship television network.
As a result, it’s often the one that sells the newspaper.”